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November 2014

  1. Social Protection and Social Dialogue

    High-level Seoul meeting discusses promotion of social protection floors through social dialogue

    20 November 2014

    Prime Minister Jung Hong-won addresses conference on the role of economic and social councils in supporting social protection

  2. © Kirill Kudryavtsev / APF / AFP 2014
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    ILO study

    Developing countries opting for social protection over fiscal consolidation

    17 November 2014

    An ILO report launched ahead of the meeting of Economic and Social Councils in Seoul, South Korea, points to divergent trends: while many countries are moving towards more fiscal consolidation and less social spending, several developing countries are boldly expanding social protection schemes.

  4. Global South-South Development Expo

    ILO presents innovative South-South development solutions

    12 November 2014

    The ILO contribution to the Global South-South Development Expo 2014 will feature scalable solutions related to South-South cooperation on social protection floors, the eradication of child labour, the social and solidarity economy, and fragile States.

  5. Press release

    ILO to highlight women’s employment and social protection at Beijing+20 Review in Africa

    12 November 2014

    The African Regional Conference on the Beijing+20 Review will review global and regional progress in promoting gender equality and women’s rights.

October 2014

  1. Maritime Labour Convention, 2006

    New safety and health guidelines to protect seafarers

    22 October 2014

    Maritime occupational safety and health experts agree on guidelines to bolster the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006.

  2. Press release

    ILO signs first license agreement with TUV-Rheinland China to offer SCORE Training

    21 October 2014

    Guangzhou, China: 21 October 2014

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