21 - 21 July 2014, Melbourne, Australia
Workshop at AIDS 2014 (Melbourne) on Monday 21 July, 14:30 - 17:30. Through interactive dialogue and practical, hands-on exercises, this workshop will familiarize judges, legal advocates, HIV and human rights activists and community leaders with a range of HIV-related human rights, including labour rights and how to implement them.
20 - 20 July 2014, Melbourne, Australia
Satellite session at AIDS 2014 (Melbourne) on Sunday 20 July, 13:30 - 15:30 at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Center (Room 103). The study “Leaving No One Behind: Reaching Key Populations through workplace action” will be launched at this session and there will be discussions around models and good practices that could be undertaken to protect rights of key populations and reach them through workplace programmes.
20 - 24 July 2014, Melbourne, Australia
The ILO is participating in AIDS2014, which is expected to gather over 10,000 delegates (including policy makers, programme implementers, practitioners, activists, scientists, journalists, people living with HIV) from nearly 200 countries on the theme: Stepping up the pace. The ILO and its partners will highlight the contribution of the world of work to the AIDS response through various events and activities held from 20 to 24 July in Melbourne, Australia.
9 July 2014, New York
This GFMD side event will allow participants to discuss some of the practical ways in which the post-2015 development framework might incorporate migrants and migration that are needed to advance inclusive, equitable and sustainable development, and how the GFMD and GMG, working with the SRSG and other stakeholders such as social partners, migrant and diaspora associations and civil society generally, might contribute to and bolster this process.
3 - 4 July 2014, Bangkok, Thailand
It is the succeeding event to three previous conferences that tackled and provided recommendations on national and ASEAN-level issues which included developing new methods and tools for improving labour inspection effectiveness, strengthening enforcement of national safety and health laws, and concerns surrounding labour migration, child labour, and the agricultural sector.
1 - 2 July 2014, Bangkok, Thailand
The increasing participation of national workers in the formal sectors of the economy generates the necessity to hire foreign workers to perform domestic chores.
18 June 2014, 10:15 - ILO Headquarters - Geneva, Switzerland
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon took part in an interactive dialogue on youth employment during his visit to ILO headquarters in Geneva. The session focused on the importance of investing in quality jobs for youth, particularly those living in developing countries.
16 June - 28 November 2014, International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization, Turin, Italy
This interregional training activity on international labour migration reviews and analyses key issues, strategies, policies and tools for managing international labour migration. In addition to general sessions around three main themes, protection, development and governance, the academy offers the possibility to participants to analyze in-depth key issues of labour migration. The academy will therefore give a broad overview of the different challenges and opportunities related to international labour migration, but it will also give the opportunity to participants to specialize themselves in a specific thematic. Throughout the two-week course, the sharing of international experiences will be highlighted.
12 June 2014, Worldwide
10 June 2014, Tuesday, 10 June, 13:00-15:00, Room XVII, Palais des Nations
Meeting of the International Steering Committee of the International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)