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09 January 2020
30 December 2019
Access to finance
24 December 2019
The future of skills includes attributes such as leadership quality, critical thinking, innovation and lifelong learning
18 December 2019
Daily Star has featured Technical Education on their Special supplement on education. Current situation of the skills gap in Bangladesh, the prevailing challenges and solutions, and ILO’s Skills Development initiatives discussed by an analyticla interview with Kishore Kumar Singh, Chief Technical Adviser of ILO's European Union funded Skills 21 project.
18 December 2019
ILO National Dialogue on Future of Work
Government, employers and worker leaders emphasize on tripartite consultation, skills building and ratification of ILO Conventions on minimum age and forced labour
28 November 2019
Fire Service and Civil Defence Week
06 November 2019
The Fire Service and Civil Defence Week is observed from 6-12 November in Bangladesh. On this occasion, Country Director of ILO Bangladesh, Tuomo Poutiainen reflects on the development in fire safety measures in Bangladesh. This write-up was first published in a magazine brought out by the Fire Service and Civil Defence Department of the Government of Bangladesh.
ILO global business forum highlights the importance of a sustainability vision for Bangladesh’s RMG sector
02 October 2019
Future of $34 billion industry heavily linked to improved labour market governance, effective social dialogue and responsible sourcing practices.
Our impact, their voices
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.
28 August 2019
YouTube film on three female workers and freedom of association clocks up over 800K views.