16 November 2022
In seeking to reduce working poverty and inequality, it focuses on improving the adequacy of statutory minimum wages as well as the promotion of collective bargaining.
22 April 2022
Raya Ubenova asked herself what she could do about climate change. Her solution: to plant a forest of 7,500 trees in her home country, Bulgaria.
17 March 2022
Despite years of study, it was difficult for Elena Epuri to find a job. Elena has cerebral palsy and uses a walker to help with her mobility. Becoming a mother motivated her to continue her job search and two years ago she was hired by a company that actively seeks to recruit people with disabilities.
09 June 2021
New ILO research on the honey and berry value chains in the Republic of Moldova reveals how these two sectors can further grow and promote inclusive employment. Honey exports increased 10 times in the past decade. The berry sector has grown to engage up to 100,000 farmers in the past 5 years, most of them being women.
11 December 2020
This photo essay tells the story of an ILO intervention in rural Moldova.
On the Recognition of 18 September as Equal Pay Day, Call from ILO and UN WOMEN Turkey Directors for “Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value” : “Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value” Should be the Guiding Principle As We Build Back Better
18 September 2020
Numan ÖZCAN, Director of ILO Turkey / Asya VARBANOVA, Director of UN WOMEN Turkey
22 May 2020
Married life still has a gendered effect on women and men's labour market outcomes, including their labour force participation, the type of jobs they hold and the forms of labour underutilization they are exposed to.
27 November 2019
19 August 2019
An ILO News team went deep underground into one of the world’s most advanced mines to find out how technology has affected jobs, safety and the integration of women.
Message from the International Labour Organization (ILO) Director-General for the International Day of Cooperatives on 6 July 2019
05 July 2019
This year’s International Day of Cooperatives is focused on the theme, “Cooperatives for decent work”.