Feature articles


  1. Human Trafficking: Together, we can stop the scourge

    11 June 2020

    This op-ed has been written by members of Bangladesh UN Network on Migration

  2. How skills training transformed Taslima’s life

    23 May 2020

    Skills 21 project is a joint initiative of the Government of Bangladesh and the International Labour Organization (ILO), funded by the European Union. The project seeks to increase productivity and employment opportunities through an environmentally conscious, inclusive, demand-driven, and interlinked skills development system responding to the needs of the labour market.

  3. Model TVET institutions to equip young people with right skills to enter the world of work

    03 February 2020

    ILO’s EU funded Skills 21 project is transforming seven TVET institutes into ‘model’ training institutions that will be more inclusive, environmentally-conscious and better integrated with local economies/industry. The ‘model’ centres plan to train 17,500 youth in nine occupations.

  4. Sector Wide Approach (SWAp)

    03 February 2020

  5. The journey towards establishing a harmonized quality assured qualification system

    03 February 2020


  1. Remediation finance scheme for a safer RMG industry

    24 December 2019

  2. INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY 2019: Social cohesion is key to reaping the benefits of migration

    18 December 2019

  3. A greener life is a rosier one, thanks to mushrooms

    04 September 2019

    The UN Climate Action Summit (23 September) will consider the social and economic consequences of moving to a more sustainable economy. Without proper planning millions of livelihoods – particularly of poor and vulnerable workers – are threatened. An ILO project in Bangladesh has shown that the right policies can protect the environment, improve workers’ lives and promote a greener economy.

  4. Safe work safe food

    24 June 2019

  5. Community action to fight child labour

    12 June 2019

    By working with local communities an ILO project in Bangladesh has succeeded in removing 2,000 children from child labour.