« 100 YEARS – 100 LIVES » | DJIBOUTI – ETHIOPIA – ERITREA – KENYA – SOMALIA – SUDAN – SOUTH SUDAN – UGANDA - “Improving labour mobility and regional integration can boost decent work and economic growth in the IGAD region”
16 July 2019
The ILO is implementing a project to improve opportunities for regulated labour mobility and decent work within the IGAD countries.
07 May 2019
ILO partners with IGAD and EU to validate findings of two studies on assessment of labour migration and mobility governance, and potentials of skills development for regulated labour mobility in the IGAD Region.
17 November 2017
ILO CO-Addis Ababa organizes a Sub–Regional forum for experience sharing among five countries: Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan.
Tackling child labour through education in African, Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) States (TACKLE)- South Sudan
01 October 2015
Tackling child labour through education (TACKLE) is an IPEC project jointly launched by the European Commission (EC) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) to fight child labour in 12 countries across Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific group of states (ACP). The Partnership Protocol Agreement was signed between the The partnership protocol agreement was signed between the Government of the Republic of South Sudan, the International Labour Organization and the European Union on October 16th, 2008.
RBSA support to selected Country Programme Outcomes (CPOs) concerning Promotion of Employment during 2012-2013 biennium (RBSA Funded Activity Evaluation Summary)
20 July 2015
Evaluation Consultant: Dr. Stanley Karuga
01 June 2015
Presents the results of the ILO activities in Egypt and Algiers Offices in 2014
19 March 2015
12 January 2015
New ILO study reveals that the ratio of working women in senior management positions in Africa is still very low and calls for innovative measures to operate meaningful change.
15 December 2014
The ILO Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Africa, Aeneas Chapinga Chuma is attending a three-day international conference on Social Protection focused on “Building Effective and Sustainable Systems for Equitable Growth” to be held from 15-17 December 2014 in Arusha, Tanzania.
Freedom of association refers to the right of workers and employers to create and join organizations of their choice freely and without fear of reprisal or interference. This includes the right to establish and affiliate to confederations and international organizations. Linked to freedom of association is the right to collective bargaining, which allows workers to negotiate their working conditions freely with their employers.