News and events on the future of work

  1. Executive Summary: Industrial relations in Europe: Fostering equality at work and cross-country convergence?

  2. Industrial relations in Europe: Fostering equality at work and cross-country convergence?

    The purpose of this conference is to identify the industrial relations mechanisms/systems and outcomes that contribute to equality at work (in areas such as wages, working time, level and quality of employment) and also to upward cross-border convergence in Europe that is defined as converging trends on a number of economic (such as GDP per capita, employment rate, etc.) and social indicators (such as reduction of poverty, social protection, etc.).

  3. Global Commission update

    10 May 2018

  4. © Phill Magakoe / AFP 2018

    President Ramaphosa to co-chair Global Commission on the Future of Work

    10 May 2018

    The South African President will join global body poised to make recommendations for a rapidly transforming world of work.

  5. Information session on the work of the Global Commission on the Future of Work

  6. Lifelong learning matters more than ever

    08 May 2018

    Lifelong learning is a concept that has been around for decades. But with the rapid changes we are seeing in the world of work, it now is a key to remaining employable over the course of a career.

  7. International conference on cooperatives explores key issues facing workers and enterprises in the changing world of work

    07 May 2018

    The ILO jointly organized the International Conference on Cooperatives in the Changing World of Work (CCWW) from April 29 to May 1, 2018 in Kozhikode, Kerala.

  8. ILO and African Development Bank to work together on employment, effective labour migration and future of work challenges in Africa

    19 April 2018

    ILO and AFDB agreed to enhance cooperation on decent jobs for youth, labour migration and mobility and the future of work in Africa.

  9. The Future of Work We Want: Workers’ perspective in South Asia

    The conference will bring together together representatives from trade unions, governments, academia as well as employers to discuss the developments that are driving the world of work in the future.

  10. E-Discussion: On lifelong learning for the future of work, 16 to 29 March 2018

    This E-discussion aims to bring together representatives of government, education and training institutions, the private sector, worker organizations, academia, and international organizations among others to discuss concrete policy options in developed and developing countries for promoting lifelong learning (LLL).