News and events

2012

  1. News

    UN-EU Partnership Report 2012 launched

    25 September 2012

    The seventh annual Partnership Report, "Saving and Improving Lives: Partnership between the United Nations and the European Union in 2011", was launched this week in New York.

  2. PARDEV Newsletter No. 31

    ECOSOC Annual Ministerial Review in New York focused on Productive Employment and Decent Work

    15 September 2012

  3. Article

    ITUC briefing note: What are South-South and Triangular Cooperation?

    03 August 2012

    Civil society organizations (CSOs) are playing an important role in strengthening South-South cooperation.

  4. PARDEV Newsletter No. 30

    South-South and triangular cooperation at the 2012 International Labour Conference

    29 June 2012

  5. PARDEV Newsletter No. 29

    ILC 2012 Outcomes

    15 June 2012

  6. Press release

    China and ILO sign south-south cooperation agreement

    12 June 2012

    The Vice Minister of Human Resources and Social Security of the People’s Republic of China, Mr Wang Xiaochu, and the Director-General of the lLO, Mr Juan Somavia have signed a US$1 million partnership agreement.

  7. Publication

    The ILO at Work: Development Results 2010-2011

    20 May 2012

    This report presents a snapshot of the wide range of the ILO's work in 2010-2011 by illustrating through stories, pictures, facts and figures, how the ILO's agenda to promote decent work translates into results that contribute to better lives for people through the world of work in a variety of circumstances.

  8. PARDEV Newsletter No. 28

    International Labour Conference 2012

    18 May 2012

  9. Publication

    Public-Private Partnerships in HIV prevention and care in India

    17 May 2012

    Partnerships are at the forefront of all ILO activities in the field of HIV and the world of work. The success of the ILO in reaching thousands of workers at risk of, or otherwise affected by HIV, can be attributed to its strong collaboration with a large number of bilateral and multilateral partners. The ILO’s experience with its corporate group partners in India shows that the average cost of a prevention programme covering a workforce of around 10,000 people would be around USD 9,000. That translates to an average annual cost of USD 0.9 per person, which is much lower than the cost of first-stage drugs of USD 19 per person per month.

  10. Event

    Brazil’s Contribution to the ILO’s South-South Cooperation Strategy - An overview: 2010-2012 - VI Annual Review Meeting, Brasilia, 17-18 May 2012