1. ECA and NATUC join Spotlight Initiative to end workplace gender-based violence in Trinidad and Tobago

    23 December 2020

    Partnership facilitated by ILO and UNFPA

  2. Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados labour officials learn best practices for eliminating child labour

    22 December 2020

    Innovative techniques offered through seminar series delivered by ILO and South-South partners

  3. High-level tripartite panel deliberates state of Caribbean labour markets and shares vision for post-pandemic future of work

    22 December 2020

    Virtual ILO event highlighted latest data and policy responses for sustainable recovery

  4. © Santiago Sito 2021

    COVID-19 leaves a trail of high unemployment, inactivity and precarious employment in Latin America and the Caribbean

    17 December 2020

    Some 30 million people are unemployed and 23 million will have left the workforce due to the lack of opportunities. In 2021, employment will be in intensive care and the indicators could worsen, says ILO annual Labour Overview for Latin America and the Caribbean.

  5. ILO to launch 2020 Labour Overview of Latin America and the Caribbean

    15 December 2020

    The annual report offers data and analysis on impacts of pandemic and will be presented at a virtual press conference on 17 December 2020.

  6. ILO and tripartite partners to discuss latest data on COVID-19 impact on Caribbean labour markets and solutions for post-pandemic recovery

    10 December 2020

    Webinar to take place on Monday 14 December from 10-11 am (Eastern Caribbean Time). Registration is necessary to receive a link to join the event.

  7. COVID-19, the future of work and trade unions: Strengthening social dialogue through the crisis

    07 December 2020

    ILO Caribbean hosts session on building back better through deeper, more inclusive cooperation

  8. ILO: COVID-19 recovery in the Caribbean will be gradual but working hour losses expected to remain high

    07 December 2020

    New report assesses regional policy responses and makes recommendations for more sustainable labour solutions

  9. Jamaica to increase formal employment in domestic work, agriculture and fisheries

    30 November 2020

    Through an ILO-funded initiative, government and social partners will seek to reduce vulnerabilities of informal businesses and workers in three sectors

  10. Boosting women’s economic empowerment with export opportunities

    30 November 2020

    ILO, UN Women and European Union seek to close business gender gap through trade promotion