09 May 2020
The present paper was developed as part of the project "Upgrading Saint Lucia’s capacity to provide impactful vocational training for marginalized youth" financed by the India-UN Development Partnership Fund.
30 April 2020
Recommendations for Policy-makers and Constituents
06 April 2020
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31 March 2020
A baseline study by the International Labour Organization and the Ministry of Labour, Suriname
20 March 2020
This graphic provides an overview of social protection measures that countries in the region can implement to effectively protect workers and businesses against the adverse effects of COVID-19.
27 February 2020
In this issue: Suriname adopts new Decent Work Country Programme; The CCL and CEC announce joint programme of action on key labour and employment issues in the Caribbean; Regional meeting explores developments in Child Labour Risk Identification Model; ILO leads participatory approach to sustainable enterprise assessment in Suriname; Advancing pension reform to strengthen social security in the Caribbean; Barbados trade unions and government join forces to promote equal pay for work of equal value; Jamaica employers’ survey report identifies challenges and opportunities to achieve gender equality; Caribbean Resilience Project builds tripartite capacity in disaster management; Youth celebrate ILO Centenary though essay and poster competition; Celebrating 50 Years of the ILO Office for the Caribbean; and more
29 November 2019
It has become harder for trade unions in both developed and emerging countries to protect the rights of workers and working conditions, as shown not only in the reduction of unionization, but also the fall in the labour share of income in most countries.This issue of the Journal compiles the thoughts of leading academics on the topics that are shaping discussions on the future of work. The Journal aims to serve as a stepping stone for the labour movement in its own deliberations on how workers’organizations can react to the fundamental changes that are affecting the world of work, and that it will provide further reflections on the transformation of trade unions these changes might entail.
07 November 2019
The DWCP is intended to represent the tripartite commitment of Government, employers’ and workers’ organizations to achieve Suriname’s national development goals, as well as articulate a programme of action for the key areas in which the ILO’s collaboration with the tripartite partners is expected to lead to positive changes in the world of work.
02 November 2019
How to secure and promote freedom of association? This web application provides an overview of the principles on freedom of association and explains how ILO procedures and bodies can be best used to secure and promote freedom of association across the world.
15 October 2019
In this issue: ILO Future of Work Report shapes dialogue for First Biennial Caribbean Workers’ Forum; ILO Caribbean Director delivers keynote address at GAWU Conference; ILO participates in the 30th Meeting of Heads of CARICOM Social Security Organizations; ILO standards help to guide regional meeting on Caribbean labour migration governance; WIN-WIN Project assesses research on women’s entrepreneurship development in Jamaica; Capacity building in vocational training in the Caribbean featured at CINTERFOR Technical Committee Meeting; ILO Caribbean leads discussions on strengthening employment services for persons with disabilities in T&T; Caribbean countries take major steps to advance ILO Resilience Project; and more