Public information

Welcome to the public information section covering the ILO’s activities in Pakistan. This page serves as a gateway to a wide range of background material. For more information please contact the ILO Country Office for Pakistan at Tel: +92 51 2276456-8, Fax: +92 51 2279181 or email.

Press Releases

  1. Eleventh batch of national labour inspectors’ training program completed

    19 January 2018

    The ILO Country Office in Pakistan organized a three day training for the 2nd batch of Labour Inspectors of the Department of Labour Punjab under its Dutch funded project on Strengthening Labour Inspection Systems in Pakistan (SLISP) bring the total number of Labour Inspectors trained to 302 (292 men and 10 women from Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, AJK, ICT, GB and Punjab).

  2. Collective bargaining and negotiation skills highlighted in workshop as vital tools to ensure good industrial relations in Pakistan

    16 January 2018

    A four-day training workshop for ILO’s tripartite constituents on ‘Collective Bargaining and Negotiation Skills’ concluded on 11 January 2018 in Karachi. The participants acquired knowledge of the relevant ILO Conventions on Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining and the importance of negotiation styles and techniques used for consensus based dialogue.

  3. Launch of Punjab’s home based workers survey report

    28 December 2017

    On 28th December 2017, the Punjab Bureau of Statistics (PBS) launched its 'Home Based Workers Survey Report 2016' with the technical support of the ILO and UN Women. This is the first survey of Home Based Workers (HBW) undertaken in South Asia, paving the way for the recognition of this category of workers, mainly comprised of women, as formal workers.

  4. Mainstreaming gender in statistical processes and orientation to ILO conventions C-100 & C-111

    27 December 2017

    The Punjab Bureau of Statistics with the technical support of the ILO Pakistan organized a one day training on ‘Gender Mainstreaming in Statistical Processes” bringing together more than 40 participants from the Government, Employers and Workers Organizations, academia and civil society.