15 August 2018
Sixteen assistant judges came together on July 20-21 in Kasbeki, Georgia to learn how international labour standards can be used in resolving labour disputes in domestic courts. The training was organized within the framework of the ILO Project “Inclusive Labour Markets for Job Creation in Georgia”, funded by the Government of Denmark.
President of Georgia assures ILO representatives of his full support to improving work safety and labour rights
18 April 2018
Today H.E. Giorgi Margvelashvili, President of Georgia, discussed labour safety issues with representatives of trade unions and the Inernational Labour Organization (ILO). The meeting focused on the recent tragic workplace incidents in coalmines in the city of Tkibuli, mechanisms for labour inspection to prevent such accidents and Georgian labour legislation that, according to President Margvelashvili, requires further improvement.
Denmark and the ILO work together in Georgia to promote better jobs and entrepreneurship opportunities
02 April 2018
The Government of Denmark signed a 5-year development agreement with the International Labour Organization to strengthen labour law reform and compliance, promote youth entrepreneurship, formalize businesses and strengthen responsible business conduct in Georgia.
Sustainable regionsl development for job generation and social justice in the framework of Decent Work Country Programmes
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