ILO in the Caribbean

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  1. 50 for freedom campaign to end modern day slavery

    Universal campaign

    50 for Freedom

    21 million people in forced labour. $150 billion in illegal profits.
    Support the international treaty to end modern slavery for good.
    The ILO's Protocol on Forced Labour could restore hope and freedom to millions of people trapped in modern slavery.
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  2. ILO Centenary

    Centenary initiatives

    As the oldest Specialized Agency of the United Nations, the ILO will celebrate its 100th Anniversary in 2019. The Organization has implemented 7 century initiatives to equip it to successfully take up the challenges of its social justice mandate in the future.


  1. Media Advisory: ILO hosts workshop to help countries fulfil reporting requirements

    13 September 2017

    ILO Workshop on "Reporting on ILO Conventions and Recommendations" underway in Guyana today, and is attended by representatives from 13 ILO Caribbean member States. Government and workers' and employers' representatives are receiving training on the planning, preparation and writing the reports to government officials who coordinate the preparation of reports on International Labour Standards.

  2. Media Advisory: Trade, investments and projects from China generate 1.8 million jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean

    06 September 2017

    The first study conducted on the impact of economic relations with China in terms of quantity and quality of jobs in this region demonstrated the lack of information in this regard, but at the same time suggests various characteristics of a relationship which has intensified and taken on “a growing complexity”.

  3. © Caia Image / Science Photo Lib 2017

    New Global Estimates on Workplace Injury and Illness and Emerging OSH Challenges to be presented

    29 August 2017


  1. Webinar: Knowledge sharing session on the recently concluded 43rd meeting of the ILO/CINTERFOR Technical Committee

    27 October 2017

    Hassan Ndahi, Senior Specialist, Skills and Employability with the ILO Decent Work Team and Office for the Caribbean and Mr. Steve Arman, CEO of the National Training Agency of Trinidad and Tobago, will present on this topic, followed by a 30 minute question and answer session.

  2. Webinar: Can better working conditions improve the performance of SME?

    26 October 2017

    Kelvin Sergeant, Specialist, Sustainable Enterprise Development and Job Creation with the ILO Decent Work Team and Office for the Caribbean, will present on this topic, and hold a 30 minute question and answer session following his presentation.

  3. Webinar: Future of Work for Journalists

    20 October 2017

    Denis Chabrol, Caribbean Journalist, will have a 30 minute presentation on this topic, followed by Q and A