ILO in the Caribbean

News

  1. Caribbean Employers’ Organizations to meet in Barbados for CARIFORUM discussions

    15 June 2015

    Organizations to present on key areas of particular concern or importance to their country/territory.

  2. Guy Ryder: Anticipating the Future of Work essential for advancing social justice

    13 June 2015

    The 104th International Labour Conference closes with a consensus to move ahead with a major Initiative on the future of the world of work.

  3. New ILO Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean

    02 June 2015

    On 1 June 2015, José Manuel Salazar Xirinachs of Costa Rica assumed the role of ILO Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean.

Events

  1. Facilitating participation of CARIFORUM civil society in regional development and integration processes

    22 - 24 June 2015

    The Forum is part of the programme of activities under the European Union-funded Project entitled Challenges to CARIFORUM Labour, Private Sector and Employers to fulfil their EPA Obligations: Caribbean Employers’ Confederation (CEC) and the Caribbean Congress of Labour (CCL) Component of the Support to Facilitate Participation of CARIFORUM Civil Society in Regional Development and Integration Process.

  2. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s decent work country programmes, strategies and actions in the Caribbean (2010-15)

    1 April - 31 July 2015

    The ILO is conducting an evaluation of the ILO’s decent work country programmes, strategies and actions in the Caribbean. The evaluation will be managed by the Evaluation Office in close coordination with the ILO DWT/CO-Port of Spain and the Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (RO-Lima) DWT/CO- Port of Spain.

  3. 9th ILO Caribbean Labour Ministers' Meeting - Decent Work for Sustainable Development

    3 - 4 March 2015

    The Meeting will address labour issues which are high on the agenda of the labour administrations within the region, with a particular focus on youth employment, green economy and the implementation of the Decent Work Agenda in the Caribbean