02 July 2015
As the world celebrates the International Day of Cooperatives, ILO News looks at how one cooperative in Brooklyn, New York, is offering migrants a dignified and sustainable way to make a decent living.
29 June 2015
How the ILO supports companies in India to adopt workplace HIV/AIDS programmes benefitting workers and their families and communities.
26 June 2015
Reaching high coverage, the first labour force survey in Myanmar in a quarter century will provide results in October that will shape the country’s employment policy.
International Domestic Workers’ Day
16 June 2015
One woman’s courage led to greater protection for domestic workers in South Africa. Her struggle illustrates the challenges faced by all vulnerable workers.
11 June 2015
Alimjan’s mother did not see any harm in her son’s work, even though he was still a child. On the contrary, she believed that the sooner he learned how to earn money, the better. Read about how an ILO project helped get a boy out of child labour and into school.
World Day Against Child Labour
10 June 2015
To mark World Day Against Child Labour, Thailand's biggest rock stars have worked with the International Labour Organization on the first national language cover version of the song 'Til Everyone Can See.
Get formal, be successful: Supporting the transition to formality of youth-led enterprises in Azerbaijan
08 June 2015
Read about a pilot programme that is helping young Azerbaijani entrepreneurs build successful formal businesses of all kinds.
03 June 2015
ILO-led Green Jobs Programme in Zambia is expected to create 5,000 new green jobs by 2017 thanks to a partnership between the government and the construction sector.
ILO response to Syrian refugee crisis
25 May 2015
The tranquillity of Lebanon's fertile north belies a brewing crisis. Just two miles from Syria and its civil war, local farmers say the conflict has been disastrous for business
06 May 2015
Young women in West Africa often find it hard to get a job. Holding on to it once they start a family can even be harder.