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  1. G7 Social High Level Meeting, Paris

    Inequality compromises inclusive growth and social cohesion

    19 December 2019

    The ILO has called for countries to implement a range of measures to tackle inequality, in a joint statement with other international agencies attending the Paris G7 meeting.

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    DG at G7 Social Minister Meeting (France, 2019)

    18 December 2019

    ILO Director-General attending the G7 Social Minister Meeting (France, 2019)

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    G7 Biarritz Summit

    ILO welcomes G7 prioritization of inequality

    26 August 2019

    ILO Director-General Ryder emphasized at the G7 Leaders’ Summit that the tools to tackle inequality already exist, and that concrete measures are needed across a range of policy areas.

  4. Presentation

    How to close the gender pay gap? Insights from the Global Wage Report 2018/2019

    01 April 2019

    This presentation gives an overview of gender pay gap in G7 countries, such as the gender pay gap, the factors that underlie it, and reviews key policy options in different national circumstances. It was delivered at the 2nd meeting of the G7 Employment Task Force (1-2 April 2019, Paris).

  5. Presentation

    Making gender equality at work happen: From commitments to facts

    24 January 2019

    This presentation shows different aspects of gender inequality in G7 countries, such as the gender pay gap, the unequal distribution of unpaid work and the "employment penalty" for mothers. It was delivered at the 1st meeting of the G7 Employment Task Force (24 Jan 2019, Paris).

  6. Presentation

    Work for a brighter future

    24 January 2019

    This presentation was delivered at the 1st meeting of the G7 Employment Task Force (24 Jan 2019, Paris) and gives an overview of the report of ILO's Global Commission on the future of work: "Work for a brighter future".

  7. Presentation

    Towards Universal Social Protection Systems

    24 January 2019

    This presentation was delivered at the 1st meeting of the G7 Employment Task Force (24 Jan 2019, Paris) and shows the status of the global social protection coverage and the way towards universal social protection systems.