27 July 2021
To be more compliance with the ILO Convention No. 188 on Work in Fishing, the ILO assisted a technical meeting to strengthen coordination among relevant and across stakeholders to better protect workers in fishing sector.
Digital Information Systems for collaborative work to end child labour, forced labour and human trafficking
16 June 2021
The ILO is launching a competition calling for innovative solutions with social impact to accelerate action towards SDG Target 8.7.
12 June 2021
The winning songs, from Burkina Faso and Zimbabwe, raise awareness of child labour and were chosen by a celebrity jury who reviewed more than 200 entries from 50 countries.
04 June 2021
Through the Accel Africa Reporting on child labour in Africa course, learners are introduced to a number of different issues, including international labour standards, ethical reporting of child-related information, or collecting testimonies from vulnerable sources of information. They also learn about the relevant context of child labour in agricultural supply chains, such as in the tobacco, cotton or cocoa industries.
02 June 2021
This impact story captures ILO's efforts towards creating a multi-stakeholder platform for achieving SDG Target 8.7
27 May 2021
Saudi Arabia ratifies the Protocol of 2014 to the Forced Labour Convention
Korea recognizing respect for fundamental labour standards as the foundation for tackling the challenges of the future of work
29 April 2021
The Republic of Korea’s ratification of 3 fundamental ILO Conventions was marked in a virtual ceremony with the ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder.
22 April 2021
In partnership with the IOM and IHRB, ILO convened a global forum to discuss key fair recruitment issues, attracting 1,600 attendees.
19 April 2021
Top Brazilian designers led a workshop earlier this year to teach victims of slave labor a new and more dignified career in fashion. The workshop is part of the "Slave Labour Never Again" project: a collaboration among the Public Ministry for Employment, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the University of Campinas (Unicamp).
08 April 2021
The ILO launches the 2021-25 Fair Recruitment Initiative, which aims to ensure that recruitment practices nationally and across borders are grounded in labour standards, are developed through social dialogue, and ensure gender equality.