Public information

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Press Releases

  1. A move towards technology based Labour Inspection Management Information Systems

    21 July 2017

    A national consultation was organised at ILO Country Office for Pakistan in Islamabad to provide to the statuary institutions an opportunity to discuss the potential of enhancing use of technology in the labour inspection. The envisaged advantages of introducing technology in labour inspection include improvement of inspection, data collection and reporting mechanisms thereby enhancing the outreach and quality of labour inspection.

  2. World day against child labour in conflicts and disasters - Protect children from the child labour

    11 June 2017

    On the 15th Anniversary of the World Day against Child Labour (WDACL), The ILO Pakistan Office, in collaboration with its tripartite constituents, UN and the Civil Society Organizations, is engaging in focused activities to raise awareness on elimination of child labour so that to reiterate its commitment towards a society, free of child labour and child abuse.

  3. Representatives of all trade unions in Balochistan get detailed orientation on International Labour Standards

    21 May 2017

    Miranda Fajerman (ILS specialist) & Ingrid Christensen (Country Director) conducted a day long orientation session on International Labour Standards with 18 Trade Union members representing 03 major workers' federations & affiliated unions of the province. Women representation was also observed while the participants were of the view that this session has infact paved the way for future proactive role in compliance of the ILS in Balochistan.

  4. ILO supported tripartite social dialogue on the draft labour laws in Balochistan

    19 May 2017

    The ILO Pakistan under its DG-Trade project funded by the EU provided technical assistance to Balochistan government for a tripartite social dialogue on the draft labour laws. A three days technical consultation followed a Provincial Tripartite Consultation Committee (PTCC) meeting were held in Quetta