Employment promotion resources
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Employment promotion resources

  1. Training of trainers towards flexible training approaches

    10 April 2014

    The ILO project “Livelihood Restoration, Protection and Sustainable Empowerment of Vulnerable Peasant Communities in Sindh Province” (LRP) in collaboration with International Training Center (ITC-ILO) organized the first Training of Trainers (TOT) workshop on Training of Trainers towards Flexible Training Approaches at Indus Hotel Hyderabad. The training was attended by UN and government officials, trainers of Government and private vocational training institutions.

  2. Launch of skill development initiative for domestic workers

    19 February 2014

    The ILO office for Pakistan and the Women Development Department Government of the Punjab have joined hands to start a pilot training programme to skill and re-skill domestic workers. The programme aims to improve the standard of domestic work as well as to enhance the employability and living and working conditions of domestic workers.

  3. Media persons awarded to highlight real issues of women’s economic empowerment

    08 January 2014

    Seven journalists from print and electronic media from across Pakistan have won awards from ILO for excellence in reporting on issues relating to labour and gender.

  4. Sindh Parliamentarians visited ‘Home-Based Workers’ in Punjab: ILO organized exposure visit to a successful model in Sialkot

    10 December 2013

    Parliamentarians from Sindh expressed solidarity for the rights of ‘Home-Based Workers’ and have affirmed their commitment to come up with necessary Policies and Laws to recognize ‘Home-Based Workers’ as part of the national work force.

  5. ILO supported vulnerable groups thru education, employment & training in Pakistan

    10 December 2013

    ILO organized a national event to showcase its project "Empowering vulnerable groups through Employment, Education and Training" on 10 December 2013.

  6. Highlights of the Regional Director Mr Yoshiteru Uramoto’s first trip to ILO Country Office Islamabad

    25 November 2013

    The ILO Regional Director for Asia and Pacific, Mr Yoshiteru Uramoto, made his first visit to Pakistan from 12-13 November 2013. During his visit he met the constituents, ILO Office staff and other development partners to understand more about the social and economic context of the country, the implementation of the decent work agenda and explore possibilities of ILO support to the country.

  7. Joint Action Plan to Promote Workplace Safety and Health being launched in Sindh

    03 October 2013

    In response to the the Baldia Town Factory Fire in Karachi, Department of Labour, Government of Sindh, Employers Federation of Pakistan (EFP) and Pakistan Workers Federation (PWF) with the technical support of ILO, will validate and officially launch a Joint Action Plan to promote workplace safety and health on 4 October 2013 in Sindh

  8. Inception workshop to launch the project “Livelihood restoration and protection and sustainable empowerment of vulnerable Hari communities in Sindh province”

    28 August 2013

    Officials of the Government of Sindh and UN and members of civil society participated in the inception workshop to mark the formal launching of this project. The project is funded by United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security with support from the Government of Japan and will be jointly implemented by the Government of Sindh, FAO, ILO and UNWOMEN.

  9. Launch of Research-based Visual Products on Combating Child Labour

    01 July 2013

    Everyday around 115 million children are exposed to hazardous work around the globe, including 15.5 million children who are engaged in domestic work outside their own homes according to the United Nations International Labour Organization (ILO).

  10. Ten million children suffer in domestic work around the world: ILO global study

    12 June 2013

    On the World day against Child Labour promoting “No Child Labour in Domestic Work” new global data on child domestic works have been announced.

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