Feature articles

2018

  1. Taking social dialogue to the next level

    12 December 2018

  2. Navigating successful trade unions

    12 December 2018

  3. Enhancing access to new skills for vulnerable workers in Bangladesh

    09 August 2018

    ILO’s Canadian funded Bangladesh Skills for Employment and Productivity (B-SEP) Project facilitates workplace inclusion by making training accessible to disadvantaged groups such as poor women, persons with disabilities, indigenous youth.

  4. A journey towards workplace safety in the garment sector of Bangladesh

    17 May 2018

  5. Building better industrial relations through conciliation

    16 May 2018

  6. Bangladesh: Improving safety in the garment industry

    17 January 2018

    An ILO programme is helping garment factories in Bangladesh improve safety and minimize the risk of another tragedy like the one that claimed more than 1,100 lives in 2013.

2017

  1. A win-win result through social dialogue

    31 December 2017

    Social dialogue training builds empathy between employers and workers in Bangladesh

  2. Upgrading skills in Bangladesh: Lower staff turnover, higher benefits for employers and employees alike

    03 October 2017

    Lack of opportunities for acquiring and upgrading skills in a systematic manner is a major constraint for the development of the Bangladeshi ready-made garment industry. The ILO is helping companies to meet this challenge.

  3. Seeking a win-win situation on migration

    11 September 2017

    ILO’s Application of Migration Policy for Decent Work for Migrant Workers project, funded by the Swiss Agency for Cooperation and Development is working with the Government of Bangladesh to operationalize policy and legal measures to support migrant workers. Chief Technical Advisor Deepa Bharati talks about what the initiative is trying to achieve.

  4. Better Work cartoons spark conversations from the boardroom to the factory floor

    25 August 2017

    Joint ILO-IFC programme promotes innovative approach to improve industrial relations in the global garment industry.