May 2023

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    Mutually reinforcing crises have worsened the global employment divide

    31 May 2023

    International cooperation aimed at bolstering jobs and social protection can help tackle growing disparities between high and low-income countries, according to new ILO Monitor on the World of Work.

  2. Advancing social justice

    27 May 2023

    The report of the ILO Director-General to the International Labour Conference focuses on the need for greater social justice globally and the means to achieve it, and highlights the opportunities that exist, both nationally and internationally, for furthering the ILO’s human-centred and rights-based approach.

  3. Disclaimer on the Global Slavery Index produced by WalkFree

    26 May 2023

  4. ILO organizes Capacity Building Training for MoLSS Staff

    24 May 2023

    With the training program, it is aimed to raise awareness on child labour in seasonal agriculture among stakeholders, individuals and organizations and to develop the capacity to coordinate, plan, implement and monitor policies for the prevention of child labour.

  5. The ILO embarks on providing more opportunities for persons with disabilities and women to have equal access into the labour market

    17 May 2023

    The ILO organized a workshop on “Supported Transition to Employment for Persons with Disabilities and Women in the Labour Market” with ILO’s implementing partners in Gaziantep; Bursa; Istanbul and Ankara and discussed how to lift the barriers for embracing people with disabilities, calling for equal access to employment opportunities that will benefit all.

  6. ILO to support constituents in Türkiye on improving policy making for decent work

    15 May 2023

    The Ministry of Labour and Social Security of Türkiye organized a training for its constituents from government, trade unions and employers’ organizations with technical support from the ILO. The training focused on methods and tools to use evidence for formulating policies, analysis and advocacy for promoting decent work.

  7. Roadmap outlined in ILO workshop on “Women’s Representation in Decision-Making Mechanisms of Social Partners”

    12 May 2023

    The ILO Office for Türkiye held a workshop to identify steps to strengthen women’s representation in the decision-making mechanisms of social partners, where recommendations were offered that workers’ and employers’ organizations draw up joint roadmaps, and temporary special measures such as quotas be introduced.

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    Global South circular economy could generate millions of job opportunities

    09 May 2023

    The use, re-use and recycling of products contributes to sustainable development and helps combat climate change.

  9. ILO’s new project will enforce decent work for all through sound, inclusive and efficient labour inspection systems

    08 May 2023

    ILO continues to invest in creating decent work environment for all, with a new project on “Workplace Compliance through Labour Inspection Guidance and Social Dialogue” (WPC) financed by the European Union Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA III). ILO will share its international technical expertise to support Directorate of Guidance and Inspection to increase their capacity to create a more decent environment for all women and men.

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    The International Labour Organization goes Open Access

    03 May 2023

    The public will now be able to re-use all new ILO knowledge products without seeking permission, if they cite the ILO.