Keys to understanding the world of work
Based on research findings from the International Labour Organization (ILO), each InfoStory offers a unique perspective on a labour-related theme, told through a narrative enriched with infographics, videos, maps and case studies.
Safety and health at work: Why are youth at risk?
Young workers suffer from injury and illness on the job at far higher rates than adults. Unstable jobs are just one of the factors that contribute to their vulnerability.
Can collective bargaining create a fairer economy?
When based on dialogue and equity, collective bargaining can help build stable, decent societies. Discover its impact on the economy, businesses and workers.
What stands between youth and decent jobs?
More than 200 million young people are either unemployed or have a job but live in poverty. Learn more about global employment trends for youth.
The gender gap in employment: What's holding women back?
Around the world, finding a job is much tougher for women than it is for men. When women do find jobs, these tend to be low-quality jobs. Explore the data behind the trends.
Stay or go: Migration should be a choice
With few opportunities at home, many young Nepalese seek work abroad. Find out what Nepal is doing to promote decent work at home and informed labour migration abroad.
The rising tide of non-standard employment
For many workers around the world, non-standard employment has become standard. What does this mean for workers, employers and societies?
Laying the foundations of social justice
War, industrialization and revolution helped trigger the creation of the International Labour Organization. Learn about the ILO’s origins and its founding in 1919.
Deceptive recruitment and coercion
Poverty, illiteracy, discrimination and migration make workers more vulnerable to forced labour. Discover how someone looking for work can become trapped in forced labour.
Tackling sex discrimination through pay equity
Women and men should receive equal remuneration for the same work or work of equal value. But how can pay equity be achieved?