11 October 2018
Factsheet, October 2018
10 October 2018
Fact-sheet, October 2018
Tackling Child Labour
27 September 2018
New ILO UK-funded programme will concentrate on the worst forms of child labour in South Asia.
26 September 2018
New partnership focuses on global supply chains in agriculture and mining.
19 September 2018
This fact sheet describes recent developments in the RBSA funding modality, its allocation and management, monitoring and evaluation, and results to date. It summarizes trends in 2016-17, and provides details on contributions for 2018-2019.
International Youth Day
07 August 2018
In the scenic port town of Diego-Suarez in northern Madagascar, a project supported by the ILO has helped fight urban violence, enabling young people to learn a trade and leave a life of crime behind.
Our impact, their voices
05 August 2018
Training programme supports members of both communities to find work and generate income through their newly-acquired skills.
Response to the Syria Refugee Crisis
ILO, UNHCR strengthen partnership to promote employment for refugees and Jordanian host communities in Jordan
17 July 2018
A Letter of Understanding, signed by the two agencies, outlines ways to increase collaboration of joint activities aimed at helping Refugees and Host Communities access decent work.
South-South Expert Knowledge Sharing Forum on Policy Innovations and Lessons Learned on Enterprise Formalization
The Forum aims to support the Philippines to achieve decent work through enterprise formalization by further empowering policymakers and informal economy leaders to design and implement an appropriate policy mix. The three-day Forum will bring together around 30 high level policy makers and expert from the Philippines with experts from the Global South (Brazil, Chile, India and Uruguay) and ILO Specialists.
Transition from informal to formal economy: Awareness raising on R204 towards designing an integrated policy framework in the Philippines
The efforts to facilitate formalization of the informal economy has been accelerating across the globe bolstered with the historic adoption of Recommendation 204 Concerning the Transition from the Informal to the Formal Economy Recommendation (R204) which was adopted by the International Labour Conference at its 104th Session in 2015. With the launch of the SDGs, the interests are growing to support more than 60 per cent of the world’s workforce operating in the informal economy through transition to formality. The notion that economic growth, while a necessary condition, is insufficient to reduce informality, is widespread in the debates of post-global financial crisis, and most recently in the context of the fourth industrial revolution including in the Future of Work dialogue hosted by the ILO.