News and events on the future of work

  1. ILO says social dialogue key to shaping the future of work we want

    07 April 2017

    ILO Director-General calls on global leaders to shape a future of work inspired by considerations of humanity, of social justice and peace.

  2. Cooperatives provide an alternative model for the future of work

    06 April 2017

    On 5 April, the eve of the symposium “Future of Work We Want: A Global Dialogue”, the ILO organized an event on the role of cooperation in a changing world of work.

  3. Opening Session: The Future of Work We Want

    Award-winning economic historian Robert Skidelsky gives the keynote address to open the two-day symposium, following introductory remarks by ILO Director-General Guy Ryder and ILO Deputy Director-General for Policy Deborah Greenfield.

  4. The Future of Work we want: A Global Dialogue

  5. Landmark Future of Work event kicks off at ILO

    04 April 2017

    Policy thinkers from around the globe gather at the ILO for a two-day conference on the Future of Work starting on Thursday. The event is open to an online public, who can watch the entire conference in streaming and use social media to interact with the panellists.

  6. Tajikistan: Orientation Training Workshop on Forced Labour, Modern Slavery, Child Trafficking and Child Labour

    30 March 2017

    On 30 March 2017, a one-day orientation-training workshop for national partners on forced labour, modern slavery, child trafficking and child labour was organized in Tajikistan.

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    Thailand must invest in its workers

    29 March 2017

    An Op-Ed by Maurizio Bussi, Director of the ILO Country Office for Thailand and Sameer Khatiwada ILO's Employment Specialist for East and South-East Asia and the Pacific, originally published in the Bangkok Post.

  8. ILO to convene landmark event on “The Future of Work We Want” on April 6-7

    29 March 2017

  9. “Thailand 4.0” and the Future of Work

    High level discussion- organized by the ILO and the Ministry of Labour of Thailand, on the impact and implications of technological advancement, increased fragmentation of production and shifting employment relationships in the context of “Thailand 4.0” national strategy.

  10. The 8th Edition of the ILO Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy