New data reveal that the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, particularly Goal Target 8.7, will not be achieved unless efforts to fight modern slavery and child labour are dramatically increased.
The high-level segment of the UN General Assembly’s 72nd session will include the launch of a new partnership to tackle the gender pay gap and the release of new estimates for the number of people in forced labour and child labour around the world.Read
The automotive industry is a sector of prime importance for the ILO, not only because of its economic weight but also because of its history. Since the days of Henry Ford, the evolution of this industry in terms of work organization, modes of production and technology has often served as an inspiration for other economic sectors.Read
In the presence of the Prime Minister of Sweden and the President of Mauritius, the ILO has launched a high-level international body to address the challenges of the rapidly transforming world of work.Read
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The ILO has integrated many of its existing technical projects into five flagship programmes, designed to enhance the efficency and impact of its development cooperation with constituents on a global scale.
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World of work trends
- World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends for Women 2017
- World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2017
- Global Wage Report 2016/17
- Non-standard employment around the world: Understanding challenges, shaping prospects
- World Employment and Social Outlook for Youth 2016
- Global estimates on migrant workers
- Profits and Poverty: The Economics of Forced Labour
- Maternity and paternity at work: Law and practice across the world
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Special 2017 issue
This year’s edition of the World of Work magazine highlights themes discussed by the ILO’s 106th International Labour Conference, including migration.
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