This web page provides a broad overview of the ILO’s work with indigenous and tribal peoples. In particular, it provides information about the two international legally binding instruments on indigenous and tribal peoples that the ILO has adopted (ILO Conventions No. 107 and No. 169), the role of the ILO in supervising the implementation of these Conventions and the technical cooperation and assistance of the ILO to indigenous and tribal peoples and to ILO member states.
The website also provides links and information on other ILO Conventions and programmes that are highly relevant for indigenous peoples, particularly the ILO Conventions on discrimination, child labour and forced labour and related programmes in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
There is a special section on resources, where a broad range of publications, studies, guidelines and training materials are available.
We hope that this web site will provide you with the information you need regarding the ILO and its work on indigenous and tribal peoples. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact us.