COVID-19: Protecting workers in the workplace
01 April 2020
Health workers and systems are playing a crucial role in the global fight against COVID-19 and special measures are needed to support and protect them.
Our impact, their voices
12 February 2020
School children stand to benefit from an ILO project that aims to promote peace and create jobs in a previously conflict-ridden region of the Philippines.
ILO Seminar Report of 28th January
28 January 2020
The International Labour Organization (ILO) and Japan Council of Metalworkers' Unions (JCM) conducted a training seminar to promote constructive labour-management relationship in supply chains in Asia
National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights
Stakeholders' Common Request presented at an event co-organized by Working Group members for development of the National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights
24 January 2020
Stakeholders’ Common Request presented at an event co-organized by Working Group members for development of Japan's National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights held on 23 January 2020.
ILO-JCM Seminar for Workers and Employers: Building Constructive Labor-Management Relations Overseas (28th Jan.)
ILO/UN Women study
18 December 2019
Despite their positive contribution, public attitudes towards migrant workers remain unfavourable in ASEAN destination countries, new ILO and UN Women study reveals.
Women migrant workers
18 December 2019
Public support for migrant workers remains limited in key destination countries in ASEAN, reveals a joint ILO/UN Women report warning against discriminatory attitudes and practices against migrant workers.
03 December 2019
Summary of ILO's participation in the Tokyo International Conference for African Development (TICAD) 7 Plenary Meeting in Yokohama, Japan.
Summary of Outcomes: Roundtable on Advancing international collaboration on Responsible Business Conduct for sustainable supply chains in Asia
30 November 2019
A multistakeholder meeting in Tokyo discussed RBC expectations in supply chains.
Japan: Responsible labour practices as part of core business operations in supply chains in Asia contribute to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
25 November 2019
The ILO and APIR (Asia Pacific Institute of Research) co-host a symposium for Japanese businesses in the Kansai region hear research findings from Japanese and Chinese electronics sectors and share ideas on how the SDG goals can be achieved through core business operations.