Public information

Welcome to the public information section covering the ILO’s activities in Pakistan. This page serves as a gateway to a wide range of background material. For more information please contact the ILO Country Office for Pakistan at Tel: +92 51 2276456-8, Fax: +92 51 2279181 or email.

Press Releases

  1. Cotton picking women and adolescent girls of Southern Punjab sensitized on child labour, forced labour and OSH

    25 November 2019

    ILO organised series of five farm level awareness raising seminars cum workshops on child labour, forced labour and OSH for the cotton picking women and adolescent girls workers of Southern Punjab under its project “Elimination of Child Labour and Forced Labour in the Cotton, Textile and Garment Value Chains: an Integrated Approach” Co-funded by the European Union.

  2. ILO supported a consultation convened by workers organizations to highlight the precarious employment and working conditions in the construction sector

    02 October 2019

    The ILO Pakistan through its EU funded project ‘Sustaining strengthened national capacities to improve ILS compliance and reporting in relevant EU trading partners’ supported the workers organizations to high light the precarious employment and working conditions in the construction sector.

  3. ILO launches Occupational Safety and Health trainings for Small and Medium Enterprises in Pakistan

    25 June 2019

    ILO using Work Improvements in Small Enterprises (WISE) methodology, arranged customized trainings on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) for workers and managers of textile and marble enterprises in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

  4. National stakeholders’ workshop on achieving SDGs and ending poverty through Social Protection

    15 May 2019

    A national stakeholders’ workshop was organised by the ILO as part of the project ‘Achieving SDGs and Ending Poverty through Social Protection’, funded by the UN Peace and Development Trust Funds pledged by the Government of China. The project is being jointly implemented by the ILO and UNDESA in Cambodia and Pakistan.