Meetings and events

June 2021

  1. The Future of Work in the European Auto Industry

    An ILO study is currently underway focusing on the impact of future of work trends on the Portuguese automotive sector, namely on working conditions and employment.

  2. Massive Online Open Course - Business and Decent Work: How enterprises contribute to achieve decent work for all (SDG 8)

  3. European event to mark 10th anniversary of the ILO Domestic Workers Convention

    Registrations are now open for an online European event which will celebrate ILO Convention 189, which was adopted ten years ago.

April 2021

  1. Global dialogue on safety and health at work in response to emergencies and crises

    Virtual discussion on the importance of anticipating, preparing and responding to crises: invest now in resilient occupational safety and health, in the context of COVID-19.

March 2021

  1. Social protection lecture series #1: Countering Unemployment in the United Kingdom

    To help Indonesian policymakers learn from the UK’s experiences, the ILO with the support of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., will facilitate a lecture delivered by a former member of the Department of Employment and the Manpower Services Commission (MSC), UK.

  2. Labour Inspectorate - "Go to Light" Campaign successfully implemented in Ukraine

    Over 3,7 mln persons in Ukraine learned about the benefits of declaring work through the "GO TO LIGHT!" campaign in 2020; over 220 thousand workers were declared following labour inspectorate’s information and inspection campaigns.

October 2020

  1. COVID-19 Rapid Self-Assessment for Business: Join the Survey!

September 2020

  1. Considering and managing the human rights impacts in businesses in COVID-19 times: The webinar organized by the ILO, UNDP, Global Compact Turkey andB4G cooperation will discuss on 28 October

  2. We are organizing a webinar for the launch of the report on gender pay gap calculated more comprehensively for the first time

July 2020

  1. Skills for a Resilient Youth in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond

    The World Youth Skills Day 2020 took stock of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on skills development and explore how young people can respond to the economic crisis. The focus was on helping young people be more resilient to changes caused by the current crisis and in the world of work in general.