26 July 2017
New study finds that migrant workers lack access to fair and responsive remedies for labour rights abuses.
Decent Work Country Programme for Tunisia
21 July 2017
The new Decent Work Country Programme for Tunisia signed by the ILO, the Tunisian Government and social partners identifies 5 national priorities.
20 July 2017
What are the main future of work challenges the automotive industry faces around the globe? ILO News spoke with Tommaso Pardi, author of a research paper commissioned by the ILO through the France-ILO cooperation agreement, looking at the transformation currently taking place in both developed and developing countries.
19 July 2017
High female education and low labour participation rates: IFAD and ILO tackle the “MENA gender paradox”
19 July 2017
Issue explored at policy forum facilitated by a grant-funded project on gender monitoring and evaluation in the Near East and North Africa.
World Youth Skills Day
18 July 2017
On World Youth Skills Day, ILO highlights the need to provide new skills for young people that respond effectively to new forms of work.
17 July 2017
Joint press release by PAGE, UN Environment, ILO, UNDP, UNIDO and UNITAR.
Occupational Safety and Health
13 July 2017
ILO News talked to Kenichi Hirose, Senior Social Protection Specialist, ILO-Budapest, and Iryna Peksheva, National Project Coordinator, Kyiv, about a new ILO project aimed at improving safety and health for Ukrainian miners. In June, they visited three mines to assess safety and identify areas for priority action.
G20 Leaders' Summit
08 July 2017
Leaders’ Declaration recognizes the importance of meeting the challenge of creating decent work opportunities and reversing trends towards increased inequality.
06 July 2017
ILO officials and senior representatives of the Ministries of Education and Science, Finance, Labour and Social Protection, Foreign Affairs, Employers and Workers’ organizations and other key stakeholders involved in Skills Development met in Moscow to discuss the second phase of the Project, which represents a continued response of the Russian Federation and the ILO to support the application of the G20 Training Strategy.