12 March 2021
Building a better future of work and charting a greener economy can lead to an inclusive and sustainable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic according to Dr Selva Ramachandran, UNDP Philippines Resident Representative and Director Khalid Hassan of the ILO Country Office for the Philippines in a joint Op-Ed.
World Day of Social Justice
19 February 2021
ILO Director-General Guy Ryder calls for global solidarity to support the vaccine roll-out and economic and social recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, in his message for World Day of Social Justice.
16 February 2021
COVID-19 has shown that health, decent work and environmental sustainability are strongly linked. The principles of the circular economy – repair, re-use and recycle – are key to achieving sustainable supply chains and can help promote decent work.
Side event during the 59th session of the Commission for Social Development. Organized by the Government of Switzerland, in collaboration with the ILO and partners of Universal Social Protection 2030.
Greening the Blue
08 February 2021
The ILO’s efforts are part of a broader UN strategy – Greening the Blue – to erase the carbon footprint of its agencies.
04 February 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has added to the vulnerability of states that were already suffering from disaster and conflict. Even before this global health crisis, many were experiencing high rates of unemployment and poverty, leading to increased risk of social unrest.
21 January 2021
The International Labour Organization (ILO), the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) and LinkedIn have launched a two-year partnership.
Thinking Ahead on Society Change (TASC) Platform
04 December 2020
ILO Director-General Guy Ryder addressed the opening session of the Future of Work Summit.
UN 75th Anniversary
25 November 2020
ILO Green Jobs participated in GGKP Webinar on "Green jobs and a just transition: Country perspectives"
20 November 2020
This webinar features a discussion on how governments and business can lead a just transition to greener economies. The panel includes country perspectives from Argentina and South Africa, providing an opportunity for an exchange on lessons learned and best practices for overcoming social, political and technical challenges.