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ILO Director-General Expressed ILO's Sympathy to Turkish Government and People for Mining Accident in Ermenek
Government, Workers' and Employers' Representatives Agreed on the Main Elements of a Roadmap on Occupational Safety and Health in Mines
Message by ILO Director-General Guy Ryder: "Cooperatives for sustainable development"
Cooperation Agreement Signed for the Extension of Combating Child Labour in Seasonal Agriculture Project Implemented by the Netherlands Government and the ILO
ILO Statement on Ranking Turkey in Fatal Work Accidents
ILO Director-General Extends Condolences to the Families of the Miners Killed in Turkey
"Labour Market Status of Beneficiaries of the Vocational Training Courses Report" was launched in Ankara
Domestic Workers in Turkey Report Published
Emerging economies: has growth translated into more and better jobs?
Joint Statement by the Unions of Education Workers in Ordu on Eliminating Child Labour in Hazelnut Harvesting
Decent Work in the Green Economy - National Workshop for Turkey
Informal, Poorly Paid and Unemployed: The Reality of Work for Most Youth in Developing Countries
CAOBISCO and ILO to expand fight against child labour in agriculture
9th ILO European Regional Meeting: Agenda and accreditation information
Global Employment Trends 2013: Recovering from a second jobs dip
A Web-Based Animation of "Rights at Work Handbook" Developed
A Thematic Group Meeting on "Growth and Employment" was held in the ILO Office for Turkey as part of National Consultations to shape Post-2015 Development Agenda
UN Joint Programme "Decent Work for All" Ends
UN Joint Programme on "Harnessing Sustainable Linkages for the SMEs in Turkey's Textile Sector" ended in December 2012
Beyond the MDGs: It's all about jobs and livelihoods
Jobs and livelihoods at the heart of the post-2015 development agenda
Post-2015 Development Agenda survey and video go online
Netherlands and ILO cooperate to eliminate child labour in agriculture
Post 2015 Turkey Website goes live
Employment rights essential to economic recovery, says new ILO boss
What future do you want?
Newly appointed ILO Director Guy Ryder calls for urgent action on youth unemployment
New Director General elected at ILO
ILO's training programmes for workers and employers in textile and clothing sector
Report of the Pilot Research Project on Children Working in Artistic and Cultural Activities is shared with public
Turkey's National Youth Employment Action Plan was announced to public
"Occupational Outlook in Turkey" was published and presented
The first phase of the training programmes for workers and employers in textile and clothing sector has been finalized in 2011.
Ms. Ümit Deniz Efendioğlu has been appointed as the new Director of ILO Ankara Office.
A High-Level Brainstorming Conference was organized on 3 and 4 October 2011 in Geneva.
Federal Chancellor of Germany and leaders from five international organizations call for coordinated policy action to restore confidence and improve growth and employment prospects.
Director General of the ILO, Mr. Juan Somavia addressed European Parliament on 14 September 2011.
19th World Congress on Safety and Health at Work held in Istanbul
Director of Social Protection Sector and Executive Director of the ILO, Mr. Assane Diop, came to Turkey for the 19th World Congress on Safety and Health at Work
"Handbook on Rights at Work" has been published
Media Advisory on 19th Congress on Safety and Health at Work is announced
The Domestic Workers Convention is adopted in the 100th Session of the International Labour Conference in June 2011
Mr. Juan Somavia, Director General of the ILO, participated in the 4th United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries held in Turkey
Antalya Province Labour Market Analysis has been completed
ILO Ankara Office Director Ms. Gülay Aslantepe has retired
The final conference held for the project on the "Impact Analysis of the Crisis Response and Lessons Learned for the Way Forwad"
Panel Discussion entitled "Towards 2015 Targets - Eliminating Worst Forms of Child Labour in Turkey" was held in December 2010 in Ankara
UN Joint Programme on Harnessing Sustainable Linkages for the SMEs In Turkey's Textile Sector
The inception conference held for the project on the "Impact Analysis of the Crisis Response and Lessons Learned for the Way Forward"
Women Employment project completed
Memorandum of Understanding signed for Decent Work Country Priorities
Last update: 07.11.2014
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