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Corporate social responsibility
New partnership will address industrial relations, wages, capacity building for social partners and skills development in global supply chains of the garment industry.

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Coops as employers
From grain handlers to credit unions, cooperative enterprises as employers are assuming a leading role among social partnerships.

  1. ILO Topic portal on Cooperatives
G20 Labour and Employment Ministers meeting - Melbourne
ILO Director-General has welcomed commitments made by the G20 Ministers to tackle the global jobs crisis with a package of measures to support the creation of decent jobs that can lift working families out of poverty and drive sustainable development.

  1. ILO reports for the G20
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ILO/WHO briefing note
Healthcare workers infected with the Ebola virus in Western Africa underscore the risks posed by all workers who come in to contact with the disease. The ILO and WHO have issued joint briefing note for employers and workers on Ebola, providing guidance on preventing the virus in the workplace.

  1. Read our latest ILO Blog: Ebola outbreak, how we’re keeping workers safe


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    The road to entrepreneurship
    Feature story from Thailand

Institutional activities

  1. United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation

    South-South Cooperation offers real solutions to development challenges

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