Somalia: Resources

  1. AU, ILO and UNICEF mark the World Day against Child Labour in Africa

    18 June 2021

    The African Union, ILO and UNICEF organized a virtual Continental event to mark the World Day against Child Labour. The event brought together key actors, to discuss strategies to address child labour, taking a holistic and systemic approach based on the 2020 Global Estimates on Child Labour and related recommendations, which had been launched by the ILO and UNICEF on 10 June.

  2. Media Advisory- Event to mark the World Day Against Child Labour in Africa

    18 June 2021

    Join us for a regional virtual event to commemorate the World Day against Child Labour.

  3. Event to mark the World Day Against Child Labour in Africa

    Join us for a regional virtual event to commemorate the World Day against Child Labour.

  4. Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, ILO and UNICEF commit to ending Child Labour in Somalia

    12 June 2021

    Mogadishu, 12 June 2021 – To commemorate the 2021 World Day against Child Labour, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Federal Republic of Somalia, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) agreed to scale up efforts to end child labour in Somalia

  5. IGAD launches the process towards the establishment of a sectoral committee on labour and employment

    02 June 2021

  6. UN Agencies and IGAD Secretariat launch a regional initiative to address migration and climate change in East Africa

    25 May 2021

  7. Strengthening tripartism at IGAD Region

    21 May 2021

  8. Somalia recognizes decent work for women and men as the foundation of peace and resilience

    19 April 2021

    Somalia’s ratification of the Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (No. 190) and six more ILO Conventions was marked in a virtual ceremony with the ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder.

  9. Ten Year Action Plan on the Eradication of Child Labour, Forced Labour, Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery In Africa (2020-2030): Agenda 2063-SDG Target 8.7

    06 April 2021

    The Action Plan seeks to contribute to and support the acceleration of progress towards the achievement of the Agenda 2063 – SDG 8.7 target. This involves ending child labour by 2025 and forced labour, human trafficking and modern slavery by 2030. The target population are children, women and men who are victims of or vulnerable to the forms of exploitation addressed by the Agenda 2063 - SDG 8.7 target.

  10. IGAD region Labour Market Assessment reports: eight upcoming reports

    10 March 2021