World Day Against Child Labour
End child labour in supply chains: It's everyone's business
The focus of the 2016 World Day Against Child Labour is on child labour and supply chains. The ILO will mark the the day with an event held in Geneva on Wednesday 8 June.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2016 - Workplace Stress: a collective challenge
This year, “Workplace Stress: a collective challenge” is the theme of the campaign of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work. The report will draw attention to current global trends on work-related stress and its impact.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2016
Since 2003, the International Labour Organization (ILO) observes World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28 April, stressing the prevention of accidents and illnesses at work, capitalizing on its traditional strengths of tripartism and social dialogue. This year, under the theme "Emerging risks and new patterns of prevention in a changing world of work" the day will draw attention on the current global challenges and the new context of occupational safety and health practice.
Child Labour Platform (CLP)
A business-led forum for tackling child labour in supply chains
Decent Work for Domestic Workers begins at home
Domestic Workers’ Access to Justice and Compensation Exchange
On Sunday 14 June 2015, The Network of Domestic Workers in Thailand, HomeNet and the ILO hosted the Domestic Workers’ Access to Justice and Compensation Exchange event in celebration of Domestic Workers Day (16 June).
For the second year celebration of World Day against Child Labour Campaing in Myanmar
June 12 is the World Day Against Child Labour and this year’s theme is “No to Child Labour, Yes to Quality Education. In Yangon a national event is held with the Government, Workers and Employers Organizations, Civil Society, Private Businesses and Development Partners. At the community level, events in Mon and Kayin States with local partner organizations Karen Women Empowerment Group, Mon National Education Committee, Mon Women Organization and Women Empowerment Program are being with the participation of students, teachers and community members through awareness raising activities through arts and dialogue.
50 for Freedom: Sign up to end modern slavery
Saphan Siang Youth Ambassador Capstone Event
To celebrate the achievements of Round II of the Saphan Siang Youth Ambassador programme, a Capstone (Graduation) Event was held on 5 June 2015 in Bangkok. The event was an opportunity for all twenty Youth Ambassadors and host organizations (CSO partners) to share their experiences; to reflect lessons learned and strategize the next steps of the programme; and for the Youth Ambassadors to present their proposed community outreach projects as part of their continued engagement with the campaign. Several of the campaign’s supporters, including UN-ACT and UN Women participated in the event.