COVID-19 Pandemic in the World of Work
Policies need to be put in place to protect stranded migrant workers and to ensure the reintegration of those who return to their home countries, says the International Labour Organization.
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare in the cruellest way, the extraordinary precariousness and injustices of our world of work, says ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder.
COVID-19: Protecting workers in the workplace
The International Labour Organization warns that without adequate safeguards for returning workers there could be a second wave of the virus.
High Level Panel (HLP) on Labour Migration in Nigeria: Impacts of COVID-19 on the Rights of Migrant Workers in Nigeria
01 June 2020
01 June 2020
ILO in the Media
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- Just in: COVID-19 forces ILO to shift annual conference to 2021
- Workers may lose $3.4 trillion income to COVID-19, says ILO
- UN in Nigeria strengthens COVID-19 containment and care, mobilizes $2 million for key support to Government
- COVID-19: ILO estimates $3.4 trillion workers’ income loss
- Child Labour to End 2025
- FG seeks ILO’s support to review, strengthen labour laws
- ILO GLOBAL YOUTH EMPLOYMENT FORUM, ABUJA
- Create opportunities for entrepreneurial skills in young people – ILO tells Nigeria
- ILO Partner COTVET To Unveil Skill-UP Project For Skills Development
14th African Regional Meeting
Report of the Director-General
The ILO at Work in Africa: Results 2016-2018
The ILO Regional Office for Africa launched its new flagship publication entitled ″Success Africa IV: Working together for a better Africa″ showcasing impactful stories of effective initiatives(2016-2018) to operationalize the Decent Work Agenda through development cooperation.
This landmark report by the Global Commission on the Future of Work examines how to achieve a better future of work for all at a time of unprecedented change and exceptional challenges in the world of work.
The reviewed National Employment Policy outlines strategies that will enable the creation of decent work through a combination of various methods.
The OTUWA Strategic Plan is a product of the reports from the Strategic Planning Workshop in Abuja, and the Rebooting Conference in Dakar.
The DWCP II will facilitate a coherent, gender-sensitive and integrated approach to promoting the ILO’s decent work agenda,