17 March 2016
The launch and signing ceremony of the EU-funded project, Combatting Unacceptable Forms of Work in the Thai Fishing and Seafood Industry.
10 - 15 January 2016
Ms Helene Harroff-Tavel, Ms Alix Nasri and Mr Guy Tchami from ILO Geneva will conduct a mission in the Philippines to meet with relevant stakeholders for ILO’s new labour migration project. The six-day mission will include consultations with Philippine government agencies, trade unions, employers organizations, civil society organizations, cooperatives and media agencies in order to introduce the project’s Philippine components and collect inputs regarding the project design and strategy.
6 January 2016
The meeting presented an opportunity to discuss the FAIR project’s strategic axes related to the labour movement in Tunisia.
5 January 2016
The meeting focused on validating the terms of references of an upcoming ILO diagnostic study on fair recruitment processes in Tunisia.
8 - 10 December 2015
This meeting is planned as a follow up of the first two meetings in April and September 2015 in the framework of the work on the SDGs indicators. Its objective is to work on the operational definition and measurement framework of forced labour of children and to continue the work on sampling design and short prevalence surveys for national level
Communicating freedom of association and collective bargaining rights: A training course for media professionals
1 - 3 December 2015
The course aims to equip media professionals with the knowledge and competences to report on freedom of association and collective bargaining rights and to raise public awareness of internationally recognized human and labour rights in this area.
27 November 2015 - 6 January 2016
Competition to encourage fair reporting on labour rights, including fundamental labour rights, by recognizing the best feature, audio or video on labour rights.
25 - 26 November 2015
The International Labour Organization (ILO), in collaboration with the Norwegian National Advisory Group against Organised Fisheries Crime and IUU-Fishing (FFA) is organizing an international expert meeting on labour exploitation in the fishing sector in the Atlantic region.
Working together to promote human rights due diligence and protect workers’ rights during recruitment
16 November 2015
7 - 8 September 2015
This meeting is a follow up of the first meeting in April 2015, and its objective is to sharing survey instruments already used and the measurement framework used to measure forced labour.