21 August 2017
On 21 August, the Prime Minister of Sweden and the President of Mauritius will launch the high-level Global Commission on the Future of Work, the second stage in the ILO’s Future of Work Initiative.
15 June 2017
The gap between women’s aspirations and the realities of the labour market mean there is still much to do to achieve a better future for women at work.
14 June 2017
Authors Steven Tobin and Sheena Yoon present the World Employment and Social Outlook (WESO) – Trends for Women, 2017, explaining the employment gains and losses women have made in the past year as well as the barriers they face entering and staying in today’s labour market.
12 June 2017
Conflicts and disasters have a devastating impact on people’s lives. They push millions of children into child labour or into the hands of traffickers. Working together, we can accelerate action to end child labour in areas affected by conflicts and disasters.
13 January 2017
More efforts are needed to improve labour market participation and ensure that policies support equity, employment and growth, say ILO economists Stefan Kuhn and Santo Milasi. (Closed captions available)
13 January 2017
Growth continues to disappoint, both in terms of its level but also in terms of its ability to make important inroads to making growth more inclusive. The ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook – Trends 2017 highlights the challenges for the coming year in jobs and the labour market. (Closed captions available)
24 September 2016
This video introduces the work of the International Labour Organization. The ILO is the only tripartite United Nations agency. It brings together government, employer and worker representatives from 187 Member States to set labour standards, develop policies and devise programmes to promote decent work for all women and men.
16 September 2016
The ILO is the only tripartite U.N. agency that brings together government, employer and worker representatives from 187 Member States to set labour standards, develop policies and devise programmes to promote decent work for all women and men.
06 September 2016
The world of work is undergoing a major process of change. In order to understand and to respond effectively to these new challenges the International Labour Organization has launched a "Future of Work initiative" in order to be able to advance its mandate for social justice. The unit in charge of the Future of Work initiative seeks to involve the ILO's tripartite constituency fully and universally, but also to reach beyond them to the academic world and to all other relevant and interested actors. (Closed Captions available) Learn more at: www.ilo.org/futureofwork
01 September 2016
Work prospects for many young people still keep them in poverty, and if you are a young woman your chances of finding a quality job are even less likely. Authors of the ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook “Trends for Youth” report, Santo Milasi and Sheena Yoon explain. (Closed Captions available)