Opening address at the Women workers’ forum on the ILO Convention 190: Moving forward in policy and practice
01 March 2024
By Mr Khalid Hassan, Director of the ILO Country Office for the Philippines at the the Women workers’ forum on the ILO Convention 190: Moving forward in policy and practice, 1 March 2024, Manila, Philippines
29 February 2024
Eliminating the vulnerability of female workers to exploitation in the palm oil and fisheries sectors
27 February 2024
The ILO together with the Ministry of Manpower and Sectoral Employers promotes gender equality and protection for women workers in the palm oil and fisheries sectors.
27 February 2024
Lack of access to information on migration has made migrant fishers vulnerable to exploitation. The ILO’s 8.7 Accelerator Lab programme and the Indonesian Migrant Worker Union (SBMI) have set up a Migrant Worker Resource Centre (MRC) to better protect Indonesian migrant fishers.
Welcoming #IWD2024, Katadata and Magdalene with the ILO through Improving Workers' Rights in Rural Sectors of Indo-Pacific with a Focus on Women held a Webinar.
Local authorities at district and village levels play a key role in protecting migrant fishing boat crews from forced labour at sea
07 February 2024
The ILO’s 8.7 Accelerator Lab programme, in collaboration with its trade union partner, builds the capacity of local authorities of Pemalang district, known for its fishing industry, to better protect their migrant fishers through a Migrant Worker Resource Centre.
31 January 2024
Bangladesh’s progress in occupational health and safety could be leveraged to address workplace violence and harassment
24 January 2024
Occupational Safety and Health frameworks are proving to be effective means of preventing and addressing violence and harassment in the world of work, a new ILO report says.
19 January 2024
Death of workers highlights the need for greater focus on preventative occupational safety and health.
Request for Proposals: “Rapid Assessment on Child Labour in Agriculture in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) Mainland Areas”
16 January 2024
The International Labour Office (hereinafter the “ILO”) is pleased to invite your company/organization to submit a Proposal for implementing target activities under the “Rapid assessment on child labour in agriculture in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) mainland areas”, as further described in Annex III.