14 September 2018
The international competition aims at encouraging quality reporting on labour migration and recruitment of migrant workers.
04 September 2018
Qatar introduces new legislation to ensure freedom of movement of migrant workers, advancing its reform agenda.
15 August 2018
The ILO and Jordan’s Ministry of Agriculture agree to implement the second phase of a project to boost decent jobs through green works and labour-intensive employment in agriculture and forestry.
05 August 2018
Training programme supports members of both communities to find work and generate income through their newly-acquired skills.
02 August 2018
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), with the support of the ILO, has launched a campaign to prevent illegal recruitment of migrant domestic workers.
30 July 2018
The combination of effective grievance procedures and action taken by a pioneering Workers’ Centre is helping to put an end to the abuse of migrant workers in Jordan.
25 July 2018
Workers organizations and trade unions in the Philippines will launch a new web platform, to help protect migrant workers from abusive employment practices through user reviews of recruitment agencies.
Participants learn about promoting youth employment for peace and resilience at elective course on Youth Employment in Fragile Settings
20 July 2018
ILO, UNHCR strengthen partnership to promote employment for refugees and Jordanian host communities in Jordan
17 July 2018
A Letter of Understanding, signed by the two agencies, outlines ways to increase collaboration of joint activities aimed at helping Refugees and Host Communities access decent work.
25 June 2018
A youth employability services (YES) center – a first for Ethiopia was officially inaugurated on 19th June 2018. The YES centre is a joint initiative between the Government of Ethiopia and International Labour Organization (ILO) under the project on ‘Addressing the Root Causes of Migration in Ethiopia’ which is part of the program ‘Stemming Irregular migration in Northern and Central Ethiopia’ (SINCE) implemented by the Italian Embassy in Ethiopia and funded by the European Union Trust Fund (EUTF) for Africa.