News

November 2020

  1. Skills and lifelong learning critical for all workers

    18 November 2020

    A new guide addresses the challenges facing workers needing to update their skills and embark on lifelong learning.

  2. New EU-ILO Mainstreaming Employment and Trade and Investment (METI) Programme launched at UfM Trade ministerial meeting

    16 November 2020

  3. Nature Hires: How Nature-based Solutions can power a green jobs recovery

    A webinar to discuss the joint ILO-WWF report: "Nature Hires: How Nature-based Solutions can power green jobs recovery." The webinar is part of London Climate Action Week.

  4. Global challenges – Global solutions: How Nature-based Solutions can power a green jobs recovery

    12 November 2020

    This podcast is part of a series Global challenges – Global solutions: COVID-19 and the Employment Policy Response.

  5. Rwanda: Youth Labour Markets and the School-to-Work Transition

    11 November 2020

    This brief analyses the nature and duration of the school-to-work transition in Rwanda and compares it with other Sub-Saharan countries as well as reviewing the country’s youth employment policy.

  6. ILO Skills Challenge and Innovation Bootcamp

    The online bootcamp will take place from will take place 16-20 November 2020 using online video-conferencing with real-time messaging and content sharing

  7. 1st Meeting of the ILO Skills Innovation Network Core Group

    The meeting will take place on Thursday, 19 November 2020 from 14h to 16h (GMT+1) via Zoom

  8. Republic of Korea: A rapid assessment of the employment impacts of COVID-19

    05 November 2020

October 2020

  1. The feasibility of using big data in anticipating and matching skills needs

    28 October 2020

  2. E-formality for enterprise and employment formalization

    15 October 2020

    In this video, ILO technical specialists help shed light on what enterprise formalization is and how technology, or e-formality, can be used to facilitate this process and pave the way to employment formalization.