Highlights

March 2021

  1. UN Year: End Child Labour 2021

    Laura Pausini: Education and music empowers children

    11 March 2021

    The Music Against Child Labour Initiative's international song competition will be judged by Grammy and Golden Globe Winner, Laura Pausini.

  2. © WOCinTech Chat 2021

    International Women’s Day

    ILO Director-General: "Let us invest in women as part of a human-centred recovery"

    08 March 2021

    To mark International Women’s Day, ILO Director-General paid tribute to the tremendous efforts made by women during the COVID-19 pandemic.

February 2021

  1. © Marvin Meyer 2021

    World Employment and Social Outlook 2021

    Rapid growth of digital economy calls for coherent policy response

    23 February 2021

    The growth of digital labour platforms is presenting opportunities and challenges for workers and businesses and a need for international policy dialogue.

  2. Press release

    World Day of Social Justice

    19 February 2021

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    Digital economy

    Post-COVID digital economy must include persons with disabilities

    11 February 2021

    Changes brought about by the expanding digital economy could help persons with disabilities gain more equal access to the world of work, or they could create greater barriers. A new ILO report proposes actions to ensure that the post-COVID world of work is disability-inclusive.

January 2021

  1. © Fahad Abdullah Kaizer/UN Women 2021

    COVID-19: Stimulating the economy and employment

    ILO: Uncertain and uneven recovery expected following unprecedented labour market crisis

    25 January 2021

    The latest analysis of the labour market impact of COVID-19 by the ILO, records massive damage to working time and income, with prospects for a recovery in 2021 slow, uneven and uncertain unless early improvements are supported by human-centred recovery policies.

December 2020

  1. Labour migration

    Migrant pay gap widens in many high-income countries

    18 December 2020

    Migrants earn nearly 13 per cent less than national workers, an ILO study shows. In some countries, the gap is as much as 42 per cent.

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    Article

    Scholarship for best dissertation on International Labour Organisation (ILO) topics

    16 December 2020

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    Article

    Meeting for the analysis of regional and local initiatives on labour explotation in agriculture

    11 December 2020

  4. © Kenzo Tribouillard / AFP 2021

    Global Wage Report 2020-21

    COVID-19 drives wages down, new ILO report finds

    02 December 2020

    Even before the COVID pandemic hit, hundreds of millions of workers worldwide were being paid less than the minimum wage.