ILO Caribbean NewsLink April-June 2019

In this issue: International Labour Conference ends with the adoption of key Convention and Declaration; ILO and NEDCO team up to encourage effective entrepreneurship in T&T; Suriname to advance new Sustainable Development Goal-focused Decent Work Country Programme; The Bahamas National Tripartite Council to review and upgrade Decent Work Country Programme - Youth to play key role in the process; Guyana and Jamaica piloting ILO-ECLAC Child Labour Risk Identification Model; 11th ILO Meeting of Caribbean Ministers of Labour showcases why achieving a decent and sustainable future of work matters for the region; ILO hosts the 5th CAMEO; Bundling capacity building services for women entrepreneurs in Haiti; Guyana launches new OSH Policy; ILO and NUDE hold Domestic workers workshop in Trinidad; Suriname renews commitment to combat forced labour; T&T embarks on labour law reform process; and more