Decent Work Forums

The Decent Work Forum promotes an exchange of views among ILO staff, in an informal and free-ranging way, on how the Decent Work Agenda can be further developed and applied. Panels of speakers from different professional backgrounds and experiences express their personal views on a given topic. Short presentations are followed by open discussion.

2007

  1. Decent Work Forum No. 8

    Using Indicators to Assess Compliance with International Labour Standards

  2. Decent Work Forum No. 7

    Reaching decent wages through minimum wages?

  3. Decent Work Forum No. 6

    Social Protection - source or impediment of economic growth?

  4. Decent Work Forum No. 5

    Globalization, Decent Work and the World Commission Report

  5. Decent Work Forum No. 4

    Statistical Indicators of Decent Work

  6. Decent Work Forum No. 3

    Is Decent Work a rights-based approach?

  7. Decent Work Forum No. 2

    Decent Work and Development

  8. Decent Work Forum No. 20

    NAMA: What are the challenges and risks of current trade negotiations for decent work and employment in developing countries?

  9. Decent Work Forum No. 1

    Building the Decent Work Agenda: Trade-offs and synergies amoung the four Strategic Objectives

  10. 10th Decent Work Forum - How meaningful are the unemployment rates of low income countries?

    The Decent Work Forum promotes an exchange of views among ILO staff, in an informal and free-ranging way, on how the Decent Work Agenda can be further developed and applied. Panels of speakers from different professional backgrounds and experiences express their personal views on a given topic. Short presentations are followed by open discussion

  11. Decent Work Forum - Promoting Decent work for young women and men

    The Decent Work Forum promotes an exchange of views among ILO staff, in an informal and free-ranging way, on how the Decent Work Agenda can be further developed and applied. Panels of speakers from different professional backgrounds and experiences express their personal views on a given topic. Short presentations are followed by open discussion.