19 January 2022
The Global Centre on Digital Wages for Decent Work and the Better Than Cash Alliance organized a side session during the "2022 OECD Forum on Due Diligence in the Garment and Footwear Sector".
Asian garment and textile industry seeks path to bright and sustainable future (ILO meeting highlights, 18-20 October 2021)
03 January 2022
The ILO convened a tripartite forum to discuss challenges and opportunities for the Asian garment sector in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic and long-standing trends reshaping the supply chain.
21 December 2021
Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises programme at a glance - Phase IV
ILO, the Netherlands ink agreement to support Viet Nam to better address future skills needs in garment sector
16 December 2021
15 December 2021
The objective of the survey is to provide technical support to partners in the sector to design and implement professional training strategies that enable them to develop the skills necessary for the success and growth of industries, while ensuring that workers have access to decent and productive jobs.
22 November 2021
Stranded in their destination countries or forced to leave, unemployed and with no access to social protection, migrant workers have suffered the worst of the pandemic.
03 November 2021
Industry leaders launched the Better Work Madagascar programme to transform the country’s apparel industry by improving working conditions and business productivity. The programme will contribute to the creation of decent employment and inclusive growth.
14 October 2021
A European Commission - ILO joint initiative addresses challenges and opportunities to advance decent work in five global supply chains for a fair, resilient, and sustainable COVID-19 crisis recovery.
ILO adopts code of practice on safety and health in textiles, clothing, leather and footwear industries
08 October 2021
More than 60 million workers around the globe will benefit from concrete guidance on improving safety and health in one of the world’s oldest manufacturing sectors.