Events

February 2015

  1. "Transforming economies - Making industrial policy work for growth, jobs and development"

    3 February 2015, 12:00-14:00 - European Parliament, Brussels - Room A3G3

    A high level ILO/UNCTAD panel including the Assistant Director General for Policy, Mr José Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs, UNCTAD Director of the Globalisation and Development Strategies Division, Mr Richard Kozul and ILO Senior Economist, Ms Irmgard Nübler, will present the main findings of the book "Transforming economies - Making industrial policy work for growth, jobs and development".

  2. Asian Regional Trade Unions Training on Sustainable Development, Green Jobs and Decent Work

    2 - 6 February 2015, Bangkok, Thailand

    Organized by ITC –ACTRAV supported by GJ-ITC with GJ-A/P (ILO ROAP/DWT-Bangkok), 2-6 February 2015 at Bangkok, Thailand

January 2015

  1. Workshop on Greening the Economy: Its Impact on Growth, Employment and CO2 Emissions: A Green DySAM Analysis

    28 January 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia

    The Green Jobs-A/P, EMPINVEST and Co-Jakarta intends to conduct a workshop to promote a wider dissemination of the analytical work carried out on Green Jobs by the ILO, on 28 Janurary 2015 at Jakarta, Indonesia.

  2. © WEF / R. Steinegger 2015

    Panel on the Diversity Dividend

    24 January 2015, Davos, Switzerland - 15:30

    This panel, organized the BBC will discuss how organizations can embrace diversity to drive innovation and sharpen their competitive edge? Follow the event live online at 15.30 (GMT+1)

  3. Panel discussion on Employment: Mind the Gap?

    23 January 2015, Davos, Switzerland - 12:30

    Remuneration for top jobs continues to increase while mechanization and offshoring have eroded middle-wage jobs. Inequality in capital and income are on the rise and the trend shows no signs of abating. With 42 million people striving to join the workforce every year, is this trend reversible? Speakers: Guy Ryder, Bernadette Ségol, Hélène Rey, Jonas Prising, Andrew Mcafee, Stefan Löfven

  4. © Philippe Huguen / AFP 2015

    New modes of production at the global level: Opportunities and challenges for the world of work

    20 January 2015, 9am-6pm, Collège de France, Paris

December 2014

  1. Lullaby to sing to sleep a child who never rests, by Pilar Jurado

    17 December 2014, Teatro de la Zarzuela, Madrid, Spain

    At Madrid’s la Zarzuela Theatre, Pilar Jurado, ILO Special Contributor, will perform her new song for the eradication of child labour "Lullaby to sing to sleep a child who never rests".

  2. A Farewell Dialogue

    15 December 2014, Room IX (R2-South)

    A farewell talk given by Duncan Campbell and Philippe Egger, who are both retiring at the end of 2014; they will share their decades (60 years combined between them) of experience at the ILO.

    Followed by a reception in front of the ILO library (R2-South)

  3. Competitiveness and Jobs in Europe

    11 December 2014, Management Centre Europe, 118 Rue de l'Aqueduc, Brussels

    In cooperation with the European Commission, the Research Department of the ILO and the ILO Office for the European Union and the Benelux Countries are pleased to invite you to participate in the joint ILO/EC International Conference “Competitiveness and Jobs in Europe” that will take place on the 11th of December 2014 in Brussels, Belgium. A lack of competitiveness has been identified by many as the underlying issue at the heart of European labour market imbalances. Different views have been expressed with respect to how to tackle competitiveness problems, while boosting more and better jobs.

  4. Income Inequality and its Policy Implication for Sustainable Growth: Dialogue with International Organizations

    10 December 2014, Seoul, Korea