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The 2021-2023 General Agreement Between Government and Nationwide Employer and Worker Associations Signed In Kazakhstan
12 March 2021
On March 12, 2021 the National Tripartite Commission for social partnership and regulation of social and industrial relations chaired by Kazakhstan’s Deputy Prime Minister Eraly Tugzhanov held a meeting at which social partners signed the 2021-2023 General Agreement between the Government and nationwide associations of workers and employers.
28 December 2020
On December 23, 2020 the Regional Alliance of Labour Inspections of the CIS and Mongolia (RALI CIS and Mongolia) held its General Conference which went online for the first time. The event was attended by the Alliance representatives from Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and the ILO Moscow Office.
26 November 2020
How to organize activity of the International Labour Organization during the pandemic and beyond? What experience has been accumulated in the past year? What are the lessons learned? These issues were high on the agenda of the ILO Subregional Meeting.
The technical cooperation project, funded by the OAO Lukoil and implemented by the ILO, seeks to improve the effectiveness of youth employment policies and programmes in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation to establish a framework for regional cooperation and knowledge sharing on youth employment.
This review of the youth labour market in the Republic of Kazakhstan and of the policies and institutions for youth employment is part of the work that
supports the ILO member states in collecting information on, and analysing, the effectiveness of country policies and programmes, including those undertaken
through voluntary multi-country peer reviews.
There is a deep tradition of putting children to work in Central Asia. Across the region, hundreds of thousands of children can be found working in the markets, in agriculture and in dangerous, unsafe conditions. But a new initiative in three countries, in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan is showing promise in changing long held beliefs about child labour and changing's children's lives for the better.