1. ILO Jamaica Formalization Project

    22 February 2022

    A UN Jamaica featured video


  1. New Online Training for Trade Unions on UN Agenda 2030 and Decent Work

    25 November 2021

    This Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) aims to raise the interest of trade unions on matters related to UN processes, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)and Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCPs) .

  2. Webinar Recording - Eliminating Violence and Harassment in the World of Work in the Caribbean

    26 October 2021

    Webinar on the Violence and Harassment Convention, 2019 (No. 190)

  3. Message by the Director of the ILO Caribbean Office on the 10th Anniversary of ILO Convention No. 189

    17 June 2021

  4. Caribbean Resilience Project and Symposium videos

    18 May 2021

  5. Webinar Recording - OSH in the construction sector

    26 April 2021

    The webinar addressed the key issues related to OSH in the construction sector and looked into practical measures designed to help employers, workers and the self-employed in the construction sector work safely in times of COVID-19.

  6. ILO Caribbean Resilience Project: Shock responsive social protection

    26 March 2021

    External shocks, such as climate disasters and the COVID-19 health pandemic, puts Caribbean governments, employers and workers at risk for catastrophic losses of revenue, productivity and jobs. The ILO Caribbean Resilience Project is enabling countries to develop comprehensive social protection frameworks that minimize the effects of crises, enable recovery and build back better.

  7. ILO Caribbean Resilience Project: Decent work for resilience

    26 March 2021

    Caribbean countries face challenges related to their physical and socio-economic vulnerabilities that are heightened by climate risks and other threats such as health pandemics. Under the ILO Caribbean Resilience Project, the region is gaining practical guidance for effective planning and recovery mechanisms based on the ILO’s Decent Work Agenda.

  8. ILO Caribbean Resilience Project: Resilient businesses

    26 March 2021

    As drivers of economic growth and job creation, Caribbean businesses are highly vulnerable to impacts of climate hazards and health crises. The destruction caused by disaster events can halt business operations, eliminate employment and increase the risk of poverty.

  9. Introduction to the ILO Caribbean Resilience Project

    26 March 2021

    The Caribbean continues to struggle with vulnerabilities associated with hurricanes, flooding, drought, sea level rise and other climate hazards. It now faces the devastation caused by the COVID-19 crisis.