Enterprises Department

  • The ILO has a mandate, recognized in the 2008 Declaration, to promote sustainable enterprises as an integral part of the Decent Work Agenda.

    Guy Ryder, Director-General
    International Labour Organization

What's new

  1. High-Level Policy Dialogue and Knowledge Fair

    The Future of Work in the Transition to Inclusive Green Economies

    This event will inaugurate the second global PAGE Academy on the Green Economy, to be held in Turin, from 3 to 14 October 2016.

  2. News

    ILO COOP NewsUpdate Issue No. 3

    06 September 2016

  3. Publication

    The enabling environment for sustainable Enterprises in Kyrgyzstan- 2016

    29 August 2016

    Comprehensive evaluation of the business environment of Kyrgyzstan. It provides a full review of the 17 factors identified by the International Labour Conference as the key conditions for an enabling business environment.

  4. Publication

    Public policies for the Social and Solidarity Economy: Towards a favourable environment The case of the Philippines

    26 August 2016

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) has a long tradition and extensive experience on the Social and Solidarity Economy (SSE). In fact, the first official document making direct reference to social economy enterprises dates back to 1922. The ILO’s commitment to the advancement of the SSE is grounded on its Constitution and on the 2008 ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization, which states that, in a globalized world, “productive, profitable and sustainable enterprises, together with a strong social economy and a viable public sector, are critical to sustainable economic development and employment opportunities”.

  5. News

    G20 Labour and Employment Ministers launch a G20 Entrepreneurship Action Plan

    02 August 2016


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