About the ILO in the Republic of Tajikistan
The ILO has worked with the Republic of Tajikistan on a wide range of issues, including: strengthening capacities of tripartite constituents to address priority labour issues, reform wage systems and wage policies through social dialogue; elimination of the worst forms of child labour; formalization of informal economy; increasing decent employment opportunities for men and women, including youth and returning labour migrants; Improving working conditions and enhancing the coverage of social protection; improving OSH national systems and modernizing labour inspection.
Good practices are a core element of a “learning by doing” approach, and contribute to the sharing of effective and innovative measures to tackle child labour.
Training for trade union lawyers and leaders on the use of international labour standards and the ILO supervisory machinery
28 July 2019
22 July 2019
06 July 2019
The economy in the central Asian republic of Tajikistan is recovering after a devastating civil war, but a persistent problem remains - tens of thousands of children are trapped in child labour.