1. The Future of Work We Want: Workers' Perspectives from the Caribbean

    The conference will bring together together representatives from trade unions, governments, academia as well as employers to discuss the developments that are driving the world of work in the future.

  2. A quarter century of tracking labour markets in Latin America and the Caribbean

    20 December 2018

    The ILO’s Labour Overview for Latin America and the Caribbean marks its 25th anniversary this month. The annual report tracks unemployment and other labour market indicators, and highlights decent work deficits that need to be tackled.

  3. Unemployment in Latin America and the Caribbean down slightly in 2018

    18 December 2018

    After increasing for three years, unemployment in Latin America and the Caribbean dipped slightly in 2018, according to the ILO’s Labour Overview 2018. But there is uncertainty about future trends, amid slow growth, high volatility and concerns about the high rate of youth unemployment.

  4. © G20 Argentina 2019

    Leaders’ Declaration stresses the need to put people first in preparing the future of work

    01 December 2018

    G20 Communiqué covers key issues, including the future of work, infrastructure for development, sustainable food supply and gender equality.

  5. The future of work will be a central theme of international discussions

    29 November 2018

    The summit of G20 leaders will take place for the first time in Latin America. Leaders of 19 countries and the European Union meet in Buenos Aires to reach consensus on policies for equitable and sustainable development. The future of work is one of the three priorities that constitute the agenda of the meeting.