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    ILO to hold public dialogues with candidates for Director-General

    Candidates for the post of Director-General of the ILO will participate in a public dialogue with ILO constituents on 20 and 21 January 2022. The live-streamed dialogues will include a brief presentation by each of the five nominated candidates, followed by questions and answers with the ILO tripartite constituents.


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    When a woman becomes boss in a man's world


    Entrepreneur, Takhmina Bakhronova, is the first woman to break into the male-dominated taxi business in Tajikistan’s capital, Dushanbe.


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    Is the menopause a workplace issue?


    Traditionally the menopause has been seen as a medical, personal issue, but an increasing number of employers, trade unions and policymakers are re-evaluating it as a business and economic matter, one that is integral to the world of work. So, how should the menopause be handled in the workplace?


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    It takes a community to end child labour


    Meet Peace Okebugwu, a project manager at the Beulah Future Leaders Foundation. She is using community education to help end child labour in Nigeria.


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