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November 2021

  1. © ILO 2021

    International Journal of Labour Research

    COVID-19 pandemic: What priorities for Trade Unions?

    16 November 2021

    The 2021 edition of the International Journal of Labour Research explores strategies for workers and their organizations to shape the COVID-19 responses policies and build a human-centred recovery from the pandemic. The journal reveals key findings on various topics of special interest to trade unions and provide guidance on policies in building forward better. Discover three priorities stressed by the Journal for trade unions…

October 2021

  1. Event

    Awareness campaign to rebrand technical education in Sylhet, Bangladesh

    21 - 31 October 2021

    International Labour Organization’s European Union-funded Skills 21 project provides technical assistance to the Directorate of Technical Education to formulate the campaign strategy, action plan and implementation to rebrand TVET in Bangladesh

  2. Occupational safety and health

    Decent work for sanitation workers in South Asia under the spotlight

    21 October 2021

    A recent workshop highlighted existing challenges and opportunities, as well as actions taken by the ILO, governments and social partners to address decent work deficits facing sanitation workers in South Asia.

  3. Publication

    Risk Assessment and Monthly & Quarterly Checks

    20 October 2021

  4. Publication

    Personal Protective Equipment

    20 October 2021

  5. Publication

    Fire Safety

    20 October 2021

  6. Publication

    Emergency Preparedness

    20 October 2021

  7. Publication

    Electrical Safety

    20 October 2021

  8. Publication

    Chemical Management

    20 October 2021

  9. Publication

    Impact of COVID-19 on nexus between climate change and labour migration in selected South Asian countries: An exploratory study

    14 October 2021

    Climate change has been identified as the single greatest risk for achieving the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development Goals. In South Asia, the world of work can be affected by various aspects of climate change including extreme heat, flooding or drought, or that can cause a rise in water-borne diseases, dengue or malaria, or bring pests that damage crops, among other disasters. With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the risks to the world of work have been magnified in both rural and urban areas, particularly in the informal economy.