Assessing the impact - Environmental impact assessment in the textile and garment sector in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia and Viet Nam
01 March 2022
Making Just Transition Work through Stronger Workers’ Organizations in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries
01 February 2022
The project aims to improve the technical knowledge, managerial capacity and policy influence of workers’ organizations in Malaysia and Viet Nam.
Marking International Migrants Day (18 December), the ILO Country Office jointly with the Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission (TVEC) organised a multi-stakeholder consultative forum on “Skilling Sri Lankan migrant workers towards the Global talent pool”.
05 January 2022
Since Super Typhoon Rai (Odette) hit the Philippines, the ILO has been working with partners and communities to place decent work and sustainable livelihoods at the forefront of disaster-response for a human-centred recovery.
COP26 agreements on Just Transition – What implications for Asia and the Pacific? A discussion panel
This special session of the Asia Pacific Green Jobs Network meeting will discuss the implications of the negotiations and events of COP26 on the Asia Pacific region. It will specifically focus on Just Transition, coal phase out, and the 04.11.2021 Declaration on Supporting The Conditions For A Just Transition Internationally: Green growth, decent work, and economic prosperity in the transition to net zero.
30 November 2021
26 November 2021
14 November 2021
In this edition of the ILO Pacific Newsletter, you will find updates on events and other news highlights of ILO’s work in the Pacific from September to November 2021.
Opportunities for a Just Transition to environmental sustainability and COVID-19 recovery in the textile and garment sector in Asia
18 October 2021
A Just Transition for the garment industry in Asia is critical as the sector seeks to recover from the impacts of COVID-19. This report examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the textile and garment sector, specifically the employment and enterprise impacts, and contextualizes these within the wider development impacts of the sector – social, economic and environmental; both positive and negative – to ask the question: how sustainable is the sector?
National workshop on wage concepts and wage setting process for informal and home based workers in lower tiers of supply chains
This capacity-building event will focus on understanding minimum wage-setting systems and methods, calculating wages for piece rated, casual, informal and home based workers engaged in the lower tiers of the global (and domestic) supply chains. The workshop intends to strengthen the capacity of the ILO’s constituents and membership-based organisations of home-based and informal economy workers in Sri Lanka, to design and implement effective wage policies and wage-setting methods, informed by the realities of informal economy workers.