Japan Earthquake Project
01 August 2015
The International Labour Organization conducted in-depth research on employment, labour and livelihood recovery measures carried out by the government and civil society in Japan in the aftermath of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. This report presents findings from the research.
19 May 2015
A visiting Japanese delegation came away impressed from a field mission to a number of ILO’s project sites in Northern Cebu.
27 April 2015
Japan was struck by a mega-scale earthquake and tsunamis in 2011. To find how the country and people has overcome the disaster, the ILO conducted a study on post-disaster recovery efforts. It was decent jobs that helped people work out of disaster.
12 March 2015
The Government of Japan and the International Labour Organization (ILO) launched a partnership to promote durable solutions for Somali refugee returnees through sustainable livelihoods.
06 March 2014
21 February 2014
ILO’s Youth Employment Project was reported in the Japan’s Official Development Assistance White Paper 2013.
ILO Office for Japan launch the “Red Card to Child Labour Campaign" and organize its kick-off event, inviting Mr. Tsuyoshi KITAZAWA.
05 August 2013
Japan is the 40th ILO Member State to have its ratification registered and the 10th from the Asia-Pacific region – after Singapore, Australia, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Palau, Philippines, Tuvalu and Viet Nam – to have ratified the international agreement.