ILO in Nepal

  • World Day of Social Justice

    In a statement marking World Day of Social Justice, ILO Director-General Guy Ryder says decent work is key to achieving sustainable development and social justice, itself a foundation of lasting peace.

        Watch our video The ILO since 1919: Fighting for social justice
        Listen to the Preamble to the ILO Constitution-  which recognizes the importance of social justice in securing peace.

  • Not on your own

    What happens when you are sick, disabled, young or old? Or, you may be unemployed or just not able to earn enough for you and your dependants to live on. Social protection provides workers and their families with a secure base, helping them plan for a better future. Explore the latest chapter of our interactive, multimedia Centenary website to find out more.

        As part of the celebrations of our 100th anniversary we’ll be rolling out new chapters regularly over the next few weeks, on ilo.org/100/en/ .

  • Not just any work

    Decent work – not just any work – is fundamental for peace, social justice, social inclusion, economic development and personal fulfilment. Explore the latest chapter of our interactive, multimedia Centenary website to find out about the challenges to decent work and what the ILO is doing in response.

        As part of the celebrations of our 100th anniversary we’ll be rolling out new chapters regularly over the next few weeks, on ilo.org/100/en/ .

Multimedia

  1. Empowering stories of women on the move

  2. Stay or go: Migration should be a choice

  3. Women helping women succeed in Nepal

  4. Browse our photos of working lives in Nepal

Focus on our projects

  1. Video

    Nepal: Labour migration should be a choice

  2. Video

    ILO General Principles on Fair Recruitment

  3. ILO-DFID Partnership

    “Work in Freedom”: preventing migrant women and girls from being trafficked