12 August 2022
On the occasion of International Youth Day, young women and men from Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon and refugees living in these countries, share their experiences and hopes for the future. ILO PROSPECTS is supporting them to build new skills for successful careers in their communities.
05 August 2022
In June 2022, the ILO and partners met with Lebanese and Syrian farm and plant nursery owners and workers and visited a skill-training centre in the north of Lebanon, who have benefitted from the activities of the mulit-agency PROSPECTS programme
04 August 2022
After the explosion that devastated parts of the Lebanese capital Beirut on August 4th 2020, the International Labour Organization mobilized its Employment Intensive Infrastructure Programme to clear the rubble, and in the process created decent jobs and hope for Lebanese nationals and Syrian refugees. The Organization continues to work with the authorities to restore livelihoods and create a safer city. Find out more: www.ilo.org/lebanon
03 August 2022
In July 2022, the ILO, Base Titanium, Kenya National Qualifications Authority and Kenya National Jua Kali Federation the Authority jointly organized the very first Recognition of Prior Learning Graduation (RPL) where 62 trainees were certified.
06 July 2022
In July, 62 workers from the Uganda graduated through the ILO supported Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) programme, one of the first ceremonies in the country.
05 July 2022
The Global Programme team members of ILO PROSPECTS share their first hand experience after witnessing the impact of ILO PROSPECTS programme activities in Uganda and acknowledge the team's efforts.
09 May 2022
Labour Migration Specialist, Noortje Denkers describes the ILO's work on labour migration across Central America, including the development of public policy and the promotion of employment for labour migrants and refugees.
15 April 2022
Visit included meeting workers, youth and trade union representatives in Dohuk.
04 February 2022
ILO Chief Technical Advisor, Shaza Al Jondi, speaks from Lebanon about the Partnership for improving prospects for forcibly displaced persons and host communities (PROSPECTS), which aims to help forcibly displaced persons and their host communities tackle the challenges caused by displacement. Together with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the World Bank, the project will run until 2023.
31 January 2022
Soft skills enable youth to find decent employment and makes them resilient to economic shocks.