1. Jamaica observes World Day against Child Labour

    18 June 2012

    "It was an appropriate time to focus national attention on our responsibility to nurture our children and protect them [...] from all forms of violations of their fundamental rights.” (Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller)

  2. UNESCO partners with the Ministry of Education and International Labour Organization for Grenada workshop on entrepreneurship training

    12 June 2012

    Workshop targets graduates and teachers of the TAMCC, entrepreneurs, as well as curriculum and education officers of the Ministry

  3. Greening the economy can be stimulus for employment, especially for youth, says Trinidad and Tobago’s Labour Minister

    15 May 2012

    Government intends to undertake initiatives to shift towards a greener economy.

  4. © courtesy: Barbados GIS 2021

    Barbados tripartite partners endorse priority areas of an action plan for better business-enabling environment

    11 May 2012

    The Government, through the Ministry of Labour and Social Security, and the social partners have selected three priority areas to be addressed in the action plan

  5. Caribbean Pathways to decent work

    04 May 2012

    Video highlighting the experiences of Caribbean countries - from the Bahamas and Belize to Barbados and Grenada - of implementing the DWA through ILO-supported Decent Work Country Programmes and initiatives

  6. Government of Belize and United Nations sign United Nations Development Assistance Framework

    01 May 2012

    The development of the UNDAF was guided by the Common Country Assessment (CCA), a comprehensive analysis, which should be read in conjunction with the UNDAF.

  7. Caribbean countries join in commemoration of World Day for Safety and Health at Work – 28 April

    27 April 2012

    With a focus on promotion of occupational safety and health (OSH) in a green economy.

  8. Government of Guyana and social partners sign Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP)

    19 April 2012

    The DWCP is the mechanism through which the ILO supports the efforts of governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations in anchoring the goal of decent work in national development policies, programmes and strategies.

  9. Caribbean countries move forward on youth employment policies

    10 April 2012

  10. Caribbean countries move forward on youth employment policies

    10 April 2012

    The Seminar discussed the youth employment challenges, policies and programmes of the Bahamas, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago.