Resources: Uzbekistan

  1. "PROJECT BRIEF EU-ILO Regional Project: Towards Sustainable Partnerships for the Effective Governance of Labour Migration in the Russian Federation, the Caucasus and Central Asia, ILO Moscow, 2009

    22 September 2009

  2. PROJECT BRIEF - Regulating Labour Migration as an Instrument of Development and Regional Cooperation in Central Asia - Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan (outreach countries - Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan), ILO Moscow

    22 September 2009

  3. Sub-regional Training “HIV/AIDS and the world of work” for constituents’ focal points

    23 October 2008

  4. Uzbekistan adopts national action plan to eliminate worst forms of child labour

    15 October 2008

  5. Wal-Mart boycotts Uzbek cotton

    30 September 2008

    Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, said on Tuesday it was asking its suppliers to stop using cotton from Uzbekistan, joining a boycott by global brands over its use of forced child labour during the cotton harvest.

  6. Uzbekistan ratifies ILO’s Minimum Age Convention.

    04 April 2008

    On April 4, Uzbek President Islam Karimov signed a law to ratify ILO’s Minimum Age Convention (C138, 1973). The parliament adopted this law last March.

  7. Eleven CIS countries adopt international occupational safety and health standards.

    28 June 2007

  8. Tashkent hosts conference on occupational safety and health.

    25 May 2007

    On May 21-24, Tashkent hosted a conference on occupational safety and health problems organized by the Council of Trade Unions Federation of Uzbekistan.

  9. New Programme of Cooperation and OSH Day Seminar in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

    22 June 2004

    The ILO and The ILO and Uzbekistan signed a Programme of Cooperation for 2005-06. The main areas of cooperation are employment, occupational safety and health, social protection and social dialogue.

  10. New Programme of Cooperation and OSH Day Seminar in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

    22 June 2004

    The ILO and The ILO and Uzbekistan signed a Programme of Cooperation for 2005-06. The main areas of cooperation are employment, occupational safety and health, social protection and social dialogue.