ILO in Nepal

  • Businesses for people and planet

    Around the world, demand is growing for businesses that are motivated not only by profit but also by the needs of people and wider society. The ILO’s Decent Work Agenda promotes these types of ‘sustainable enterprises’ so that they benefit everyone, without harming the environment.
    Find out more in the latest chapter of our multimedia, interactive, ILO100 website.

        Look out for the final chapter next week on ilo.org/100/en/

  • How was your day at work?

    From the factories of the industrial revolution to today’s global supply chains, ensuring decent working conditions has been a priority for the ILO since its creation a century ago. For many of us that translates into safe workplaces, limits on working hours, minimum wage levels, and maternity protection. But millions of workers still do not enjoy these rights.
    As part of the celebrations of our 100th anniversary we’ll be rolling out new chapters regularly over the next few weeks, on ilo.org/100/en/ .

  • Rules to work by

    They keep you safe at work and make sure you have time off. They are critical in battling modern-day slavery and child labour. The rules that govern the world of work play a huge role in our everyday lives. For 100 years, the ILO has been setting the international standards that underpin national labour laws. Explore the latest chapter of our interactive, multimedia Centenary website to find out more.

        As part of the celebrations of our 100th anniversary we’ll be rolling out new chapters regularly over the next few weeks, on ilo.org/100/en/ .

Multimedia

  1. Empowering stories of women on the move

  2. Stay or go: Migration should be a choice

  3. Browse our photos of working lives in Nepal

  4. Women helping women succeed in Nepal

Focus on our projects

  1. Video

    Nepal: Labour migration should be a choice

  2. Video

    ILO General Principles on Fair Recruitment

  3. ILO-DFID Partnership

    “Work in Freedom”: preventing migrant women and girls from being trafficked