19 September 2014
Uzbekistan has created the Coordination Council on Child Labour Issues that consists of representatives from the Council of the Trade Unions’ Federation, the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of Population, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Farmers’ Council.
10 July 2014
Aziz Abdukhakimov has been appointed Uzbekistan's Minister of Labor and Social Protection of Population in accordance with the government's decision.
Trade unions’ role in ensuring occupational safety and health at railways of CIS and Baltic states – seminar in Astana
09 July 2014
On July 9, the first joint seminar for trade unions of railway workers from CIS and Baltic states ended its work in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana. It focused on trade unions’ role in ensuring occupational safety and health and traffic safety at railways of CIS and Baltic states.
25 April 2014
The Government and social partners of Uzbekistan and the International Labour Organization (ILO) have signed a programme of technical cooperation for the three coming years.
26 November 2012
Ombudsmen of Central Asia, Russia discuss legal protection for labor migrants at Dushanbe conference
13 October 2012
27 July 2012
This figure was mentioned in a report on the results of Uzbekistan's socio-economic development in January-June 2012, which was issued by the Uzbek Ministry of Economy and the State Statistics Committee. The Uzbek National News Agency posted the text of the report on its website on 23 July.
25 July 2012
A vocational training centre was launched in Tashkent on July 25. It was created by the Ministry of Labour and Social Security of Uzbekistan in cooperation with Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
03 April 2012
Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan approved an action plan on additional measures on implementation of the Convention on Forced Labour and convention on Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention in 2012-2013, which were ratified by Uzbekistan.
27 October 2011
Uzbekistan created over 815,000 jobs in January-September 2011 and plans to create nearly 1m more in 2012, the state-owned National News Agency website reported on 27 October.