News

May 2019

  1. Transitioning to the formal economy through technology: The trends towards e-formality

    10 May 2019

April 2019

  1. Nominations now open for the Future Policy Award for exemplary policies that promote and support young people’s empowerment

    11 April 2019

    Global contest announced by the World Future Council, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), with the support of the Office of the UN Secretary-General's Envoy on Youth, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and Youth Policy Labs.

  2. Aspirations and the Future of Work: Global Evidence

  3. Skills Development and the Future of Work in Bangladesh

    This seminar provided a platform to exchange lessons learned on skills development and discuss policy responses by the Government of Bangladesh in the context of the Future of Work.

  4. Recent Policy Innovations for Decent Work in Korea: Supporting Employment through Social and Financial Subsidies

March 2019

  1. ILO and Germany pen agreement to bolster decent work for Syrian refugees and host communities

    13 March 2019

    The ILO and Germany’s Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development have signed a comprehensive memorandum of understanding which seeks to support job creation in response to the refugee crisis and forced displacement in Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey.

  2. Evolving employment challenges in the Basque Country

February 2019

  1. Informal and Formal Employment in a Liberalizing Economy

    21 February 2019

  2. Delving into the major labour market indicators of Iran

    20 February 2019

    In this seminar, Dr. Ramin Behzad presents the findings of his research which examines the main labour market indicators of Iran, particularly labour force participation, unemployment rate and underemployment for men, women and youth in urban and rural areas.

  3. © Wayne S. Grazio 2019

    Poor working conditions are main global employment challenge

    13 February 2019

    Progress in reducing unemployment globally is not being matched by improvements in the quality of work, says the International Labour Organization’s World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2019 report.