ILO contributions to the G20

May 2022

  1. Employment Working Group

    Towards more effective labour protection for all workers and increased resilience of the economy - presentation

    20 May 2022

    This presentation prepared by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) together with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for the 2nd G20 Employment Working Group meeting addresses the need to adapt and revise labour protection measures to match the increasing diversity of working arrangements. The COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted the importance of inclusive labour protection for the resilience of workers, their families, and business sustainability. To reduce inequalities and across workers and to strengthen their resilience in the face of new crises, labour protection needs to be inclusive, adequate and effective. This involves strengthening and extending existing forms of labour protection, while also exploring new forms of protection, and improving their implementation through more effective compliance strategies.

  2. Employment Working Group

    Towards more effective labour protection for all workers and increased resilience of the economy

    20 May 2022

    This paper prepared by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) together with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for the 2nd G20 Employment Working Group meeting addresses the need to adapt and revise labour protection measures to match the increasing diversity of working arrangements. The COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted the importance of inclusive labour protection for the resilience of workers, their families, and business sustainability. To reduce inequalities and across workers and to strengthen their resilience in the face of new crises, labour protection needs to be inclusive, adequate and effective. This involves strengthening and extending existing forms of labour protection, while also exploring new forms of protection, and improving their implementation through more effective compliance strategies.

  3. Employment Working Group

    MSME productivity, inclusive growth and decent work creation - presentation

    20 May 2022

    This presentation prepared by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) together with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for the 2nd G20 Employment Working Group meeting explains how productivity in MSMEs can be increased through a comprehensive approach. The "Productivity Ecosystem for Decent Work" framework addresses the main MSME productivity drivers, such as management and workforce skills, business digitalisation, enterprise formalization and access to social protection. It takes a sector and local perspective to account for the significant variations in productivity challenges across sectors and regions.

  4. Employment Working Group

    MSME productivity, inclusive growth and decent work creation

    20 May 2022

    This report prepared by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) together with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for the 2nd G20 Employment Working Group meeting explains how productivity in MSMEs can be increased through a comprehensive approach. The "Productivity Ecosystem for Decent Work" framework addresses the main MSME productivity drivers, such as management and workforce skills, business digitalisation, enterprise formalization and access to social protection. It takes a sector and local perspective to account for the significant variations in productivity challenges across sectors and regions.

March 2022

  1. Employment Working Group

    Initial review of community-based vocational training (CBVT) in G20 countries - presentation

    18 March 2022

    This presentation is based on the report prepared by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) for the 1st G20 Employment Group Meeting in 2022. It addresses one of the priorities identified by the Indonesian Presidency. It provides an overview of Community-Based Vocational Training (CBVT) schemes and approaches in G20 countries with a focus on rural areas. It describes how CBVT is organized, governed, financed, and implemented in different countries, building on community structures and decentralized forms of management. It clusters countries into different types of schemes, provides examples of the role CBVT has played during the COVID-19 pandemic and the role information technology and ICTs play in skills design and delivery of CBVT. Pointing to a number of lessons learned in making CBVT realize its potential in G20 countries, the presentation aims at informing policy debate and knowledge sharing among members of the G20 Employment Working Group.

  2. Employment Working Group

    Initial review of community-based vocational training (CBVT) in G20 countries

    18 March 2022

    This report was prepared by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) for the 1st G20 Employment Group Meeting in 2022. It addresses one of the priorities identified by the Indonesian Presidency. This review provides an overview of Community-Based Vocational Training (CBVT) schemes and approaches in G20 countries with a focus on rural areas. It describes how CBVT is organized, governed, financed, and implemented in different countries, building on community structures and decentralized forms of management. It clusters countries into different types of schemes, provides examples of the role CBVT has played during the COVID-19 pandemic and the role information technology and ICTs play in skills design and delivery of CBVT. Pointing to a number of lessons learned in making CBVT realize its potential in G20 countries, the review aims at informing policy debate and knowledge sharing among members of the G20 Employment Working Group.

  3. Employment Working Group

    Inclusion of persons with disabilities in the digital and green economy - presentation

    18 March 2022

    This presentation is based on the report prepared by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) together with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for the 1st G20 Employment Working Group meeting that addresses one of the priority areas identified by the Indonesian Presidency. It highlights measures G20 member states can take to ensure that persons with disabilities will benefit from the opportunities provided by the digital and green economy, as well as minimize some of the challenges that derive in particular from digitalization.