09 September 2020
International Labour Organization Director-General, Guy Ryder, expresses deep concern about the detention and arrest of trade unionists in Belarus.
Climate Action for Jobs Initiative
09 September 2020
Labour and environment ministers, employers’ and workers’ leaders, and UN and development bank representatives have set in motion an “Alliance for a decade of action” on climate change, decent jobs and social justice.
08 September 2020
The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) is giving €14.5 million to an International Labour Organization (ILO) multi-donor programme to help garment sector workers in seven countries who have been affected by COVID-19.
Changes in the labour market in Qatar
30 August 2020
Greater freedom to change jobs, combined with a non-discriminatory minimum wage, will benefit employers and workers alike.
29 August 2020
Seminars on responsible business conduct held by the ILO and MOHRSS aims to improve understanding of key international standards and ILO guidelines.
27 August 2020
Debate|Who shapes the future of work, people or technology?
Public employment services
26 August 2020
A new ILO policy brief shows how public employment services are using technology to increase the help available to people whose jobs have been affected by COVID-19.
19 August 2020
The International Labour Organization (ILO) and UN Women are sponsoring the world premiere of "The crimes that bind", the new film by Argentine director Sebastian Schindel that explores two key issues of the United Nations agenda.
Employment Intensive Infrastructure
14 August 2020
The International Labour Organization has mobilized its Employment Intensive Infrastructure Programme in Lebanon to clear rubble in the aftermath of the Beirut explosion.
Youth and COVID-19
11 August 2020
The disproportionate effect of the pandemic on young people has exacerbated inequalities and risks reducing the productive potential of an entire generation, according to the International Labour Organization.