World Day Against Child Labour
The number of children in child labour has risen to 160 million worldwide – an increase of 8.4 million children in the last four years – with millions more at risk due to the impacts of COVID-19, according to a new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and UNICEF.
As the world grapples with the devastating economic and social consequences of the COVID-19 crisis, we ask: How can we build back better? How can we build back greener? Join innovators, business leaders, policy experts and environmental practitioners from around the globe to explore what a green future of work could look like, and how we can get there.
25 November 2020
The winning short film touches on fundamental gender and child rights’ issues addressed by the International Labour Organization.
Stories from the field
This publication demonstrates the sustained commitment of the African Union Commission to provide member states, regional economic communities and partners with tools that can help them make meaningful decisions on migration governance.
Wages in Africa
This study, which complements the ILO’s Global Wage Report 2018/19, focuses on wage trends in Africa.
Success Africa IV
The ILO Regional Office for Africa launched its new flagship publication entitled "Success Africa IV: Working together for a better Africa"
The ILO, in partnership with Sida, implemented an innovative economic empowerment program for vulnerable communities in Southern and East Africa.
How to link migration and mobility issues of Africa with sustainable development goals.