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XX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work
Each year 2.3 million people worldwide die from a work-related accident or disease. ILO renewed efforts to get compliance for health and safety standards at work around the globe.
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The ILO-Brussels interviewed Brussels youth in the streets and asked them questions about their jobs and studies, job expectations and the employment situation in Europe.
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ILO Director-General calls on EU environment and labour ministers to align policies for sustainable development.
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The ILO has coordinated a damage assessment of floods on jobs, livelihoods and enterprises in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

  1. ILO assistance in the reconstruction
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The ILO stands ready to provide continued support to ensure the safety of workers in line with international standards and to prevent future accidents.
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At the high-level conference "The Youth Guarantee: Making it Happen", the Director-General of the ILO Guy Ryder praised the European Youth Guarantee.
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Agreement targets work on improving labour standards in global supply chains, creating jobs for young people, eliminating the worst forms of child labour, and protecting the rights of indigenous peoples.
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ILO Director-General Guy Ryder urges better national and international coordination on migration policy at the Global Forum for Migration and Development in Stockholm.
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Les résultats de la 7ème édition du Baromètre OIT/DDD sur la perception des discriminations au travail ont été rendu publics ce lundi 3 février 2014. L'enquête, réalisée par l'institut IFOP, avait pour focus le ressenti des discriminations par les jeunes travailleurs.
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