• © ILO

    Labour rights, human rights and development

    LIVE event on Thursday, 18 April 16:00–17:30 CEST

    Organized under the auspices of the Global Coalition for Social Justice and in the context of the recent publication of an edited volume on "The Roles of International Law in Development", this academic conference aims to bring together the perspectives of academics and practitioners on the multifaceted roles that labour rights as human rights play in promoting sustainable development, policy coherence and social justice.


  • © ILO

    How young refugees are using skills and entrepreneurship to find independence


    For many young people finding that first job can be hard. For those who are also refugees it can seem like an insurmountable challenge. We talk to Mashimbo Rose Nafisa and Joel Amani Mafigi, two young refugees in Uganda who have overcome this problem and are now helping other young people do the same.


  • © Jay Ee

    Addressing major labour market challenges in the world of work: What are the implications for promoting employment?


    In the world of work, a torrent of change has triggered multiple job crises raising the magnitude and complexity of employment challenges to unprecedented levels. Labour markets are reeling from disruptive mega-trends that weren’t on our radar just a decade ago. To address these challenges, we need updated national employment policies. In this podcast, ILO Employment Policy Expert Sher Verick explains.


  • © Massimiliano Leone / ITCILO

    Vision Zero Fund Forum 2024


    The 2024 Vision Zero Fund Forum took place against the backdrop of ongoing global developments, including the recognition of occupational safety and health (OSH) as a fundamental principle and right at work, dynamic changes in the world of work and supply chains, and the urgent need to address the impact of climate change on the safety and health of workers. The Forum provided a space to collectively shape the future of OSH in supply chains.


  1. #ThisWayToSocialJustice

    How greater social justice can help reduce inequalities

Skills development

  1. Knowledge sharing platform: Skills and Lifelong Learning

  2. Trainings and courses

    ILO Training Centre

    Global provider of training for the world of work