ILO Caribbean NewsLink January-March 2019

In this issue: Future of Work conference focuses on the role of unions in achieving decent work for all in the Caribbean; Curaçao strengthens its social dialogue system; Guyana advances Decent Work Country Programme commitments; ILO / Ministry of Labour hackathons seek to tailor on-the-job-training programmes to youth employment in Trinidad and Tobago; UNICEF U-Report Network asks: what do you think about Trinidad and Tobago’s On-the-Job Training Programme? Suriname officially launches Report on National Child Labour Survey; ILO Convenes the First Meeting of the WED Assessment Working Group; A glimpse at our centenary initiatives; Belize hosts social protection event and affirms commitment to developing national employment policy; Mastercard Foundation partners with ILO to create new database on youth in the labour market; ILO Caribbean Office welcomes new Communications and Information Officer; and more