Resources from ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries

  1. Director ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries addresses the 49th Fiji Trades Union Congress (FTUC) Biennial Delegates Conference 2022.

    14 May 2022

    Statement by Matin Karimli - Director ILO Office for the Pacific Island Countries

  2. ILO, UNICEF and the Fijian media join hands to strengthen reporting on child safety and protection

    29 April 2022

    The ILO, together with UNICEF, held a two-day training workshop for journalists in Fiji on reporting on child abuse, neglect, exploitation, and child labour to support in ensuring safety and well-being for all children in media reporting.

  3. MPTF Informal Economies Recovery Project Monthly Newsletter - November 2021- February 2022 edition

    16 February 2022

    This e-newsletter highlighting the stories of beneficiaries and support provided to them by the Informal Economies Recovery Project funded by the UN COVID Multi-Trust Partnership Fund, jointly implemented by ILO, UNESCO, UNDP and IFAD.

  4. Let’s share our Pacific perspectives at the ILO’s Global Forum for a Human-centred Recovery

    16 February 2022

    Statement by Matin Karimli - Director ILO Office for the Pacific Island Countries for the MPTF Informal Economies recovery project e-newsletter

  5. 2nd Dialogue between MSMEs and Government contributes to a major breakthrough

    07 February 2022

    The ILO continues to promote social dialogue between MSME’s and the Fijian Government, to collectively discuss challenges and develop solutions through policies that will enhance COVID-19 recovery, decent jobs and economic growth.

  6. Supporting efforts in Fiji to return children back to school safely

    25 January 2022

    ILO in partnership with the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation, Fiji Trade Union Congress and Ministry of Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations are working together to support continued coordinated efforts in Fiji to see that every child returns to school.

  7. Creative-prenures benefit from Palau market

    20 December 2021

    The initiative was technically supported and funded by the United Nations joint Informal Economies Recovery Project with the support of the Palau Chamber of Commerce.

  8. Seasonal worker schemes in the Pacific through the lens of international human rights and labour standards

    17 December 2021

    A summary report

  9. Summary report published reviewing the Seasonal Worker Programme and Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme through the lens of international human rights and labour standards

    17 December 2021

  10. Fijian informal sector business owners and workers access social security

    16 December 2021

    The Informal Economies Recovery Project partnered with fellow UN projects - Markets for Change and REACH, to coordinate an outreach to the Rakiraki municipal market and Conua in the province of Nadroga in Fiji.