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  1. Publication

    Building a pathway for economic reconstruction. A rapid market assessment of construction, childcare and e-commerce in Ukraine

    01 December 2022

    This rapid market systems analysis (MSA) provides a snapshot of three high-potential sectors – construction, childcare and e-commerce – which are well positioned to create more and better jobs and better jobs for Ukraine’s vulnerable workers in the wake of the war and during reconstruction.

  2. Publication

    ILO Office for Türkiye, December 2022 Newsletter

    01 December 2022

  3. Multilateralism

    ILO Director-General warns of threat to social justice at meeting with Chancellor Scholz and other international organization leaders

    30 November 2022

    Social justice, social protection and creating enough decent jobs were discussed during the Director-General’s visit to Berlin, which also resulted in new cooperation agreements with the World Bank and the German government.

  4. News

    UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework effective with the Public Sector Partners

    30 November 2022

    UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework Extended Result Group Meetings with Public Sector Partners took place in Ankara. The Chair of the Decent Work Results Group Numan Özcan, highlighted the central and indispensable role of the decent work to achieve sustainable development goals.

  5. News

    “The risks to global employment can only be addressed with human-centred approaches”

    30 November 2022

    Speaking at the Quality Congress held fort he 31st time this year by the Turkish Quality Association (KalDer) with the theme “Beyond Risk: Justice in Science, Industry and Society”, ILO Türkiye Director Numan Özcan talked about the future of employment and how risks can be managed in the age of rapid transformations and uncertainities.

  6. News

    ILO Office for Türkiye and social partners, civil society, private sector come together for a world of work in line with C190 to prevent violence and harassment in the world of work

    30 November 2022

    Coming together at an event of broad-based participation organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) Office for Türkiye to prevent violence at work, social partners, civil society and private sector called for the “ratification of ILO’s Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (No. 190)” to prevent violence and harassment in the world of work including violence against women.

  7. News

    The strong relationship between international labour standards and human rights covered in a UN-wide training

    30 November 2022

  8. News

    Joint event by Women's Leadership Platform and ILO Office for Türkiye calls for “Zero Tolerance for Violence in the World of Work”

    24 November 2022

    The roundtable on “Zero Tolerance for Violence in the World of Work” held in Istanbul on 22 November 2022 jointly by the Women's Leadership Platform and ILO Office for Türkiye discussed potential work to prevent violence and harassment in the world of work in line with ILO’s Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (No. 190).

  9. News

    ILO’s message is “To Schools, Not To Fields” on World Children’s Day in Şanlıurfa

    23 November 2022

    Children of seasonal agricultural worker families who attended summer education under the Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour in Türkiye launched an exhibition at Şanlıurfa Museum of Archaeology.

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    ILO partnerships

    What does the European Labour Authority do to improve labour inspection and labour mobility? Interview with Pedro Assares, Head of Unit “Enforcement and Analysis”, European Labour Authority (ELA)

    22 November 2022

    In September, 2022, the ILO and the ELA collaborated on recommendations on how to reduce the risks of trafficking in persons, labour exploitation and undeclared work, with a focus on Ukrainian refugees in Moldova and the European Member states. We interviewed Pedro Assares, Head of Unit “Enforcement and Analysis” at the European Labour Authority, based in Bratislava, Slovakia, to learn more about ELA and common issues with the ILO.