Zambia: Resources

  1. ZAMBIA National Event on Youth Employment Promotion

    The International Labour Organization country office in Lusaka in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and Sports host a two day national youth employment promotion event on 6 and 7 March 2012.

  2. UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon to address Zambian Parliament

    22 February 2012

    United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon will visit Zambia this week and address the National Assembly in a special session.

  3. National Dialogue and Launch of ILO Maternity Protection Resource Package in Zambia

    03 November 2011

  4. Seminar on Sustainable Development in Postal Services in African countries

    Organized by the Universal Postal Union, Pan African Postal Union (PAPU) and La Poste (France), in cooperation with UNI Global Union and the ILO (Yaoundé and SECTOR).

  5. ILO Tripartite Regional Seminar on Skills and Employability in Telecommunications Services in Africa

  6. Sub-regional Workshop on Social Dialogue in the Public Service

  7. Law-Growth Nexus II: Labour Law and the enabling business environment for SMEs in Kenya and Zambia

    01 June 2011

    The Law Growth Nexus II Project is aligned to the Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCP) in Kenya and Zambia which identifies Social Protection, Employment Creation and Social dialogue as priorities for consideration. The project is also premised on the fi ndings of a fi rst phase which was designed to contribute to fi lling the gaps in information and knowledge regarding the influence labour and labour-related laws and regulations have on Micro and Small Enterprises (MSE) employment and particularly on the growth Law Growth Nexus Project prospects of MSEs, their decisions regarding formality and the quality of the jobs MSEs create.

  8. Strengthening the Creative Industries in Five ACP Countries through Employment and Trade Expansion

    31 May 2011

  9. African Youth Report 2011

    01 April 2011

  10. The World of Work effectively responds to HIV and AIDS through Recommendation 200 with emphasis on social protection

    18 March 2011