Feature articles


  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.

  6. My skills my future

    02 June 2019

  7. Never worked, can’t hear but proving nothing is impossible with a little training

    30 May 2019

    In 2014, the Canadian Government teamed with the Government of Bangladesh and the ILO to fund the Bangladesh Skills for Employment and Productivity (B-SEP) Project and, through it, reach out to women of all ages – not just youth – and especially in remote and marginalized areas with skills training in non-traditional (male-dominated) occupations, followed by assistance with finding jobs that rely on those skills.


  1. Taking social dialogue to the next level

    12 December 2018

  2. Navigating successful trade unions

    12 December 2018

  3. Enhancing access to new skills for vulnerable workers in Bangladesh

    09 August 2018

    ILO’s Canadian funded Bangladesh Skills for Employment and Productivity (B-SEP) Project facilitates workplace inclusion by making training accessible to disadvantaged groups such as poor women, persons with disabilities, indigenous youth.