Resources from ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries

  1. Statement by Mr Kameli Batiweti, CEO, Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation, on World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    11 June 2020

    Mr Kameli Batiweti, CEO, Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation shares his message on #nochildlabourday 2020. #COVID19 could result in a rise in poverty and therefore to an increase in child labour as households use every available means to survive.

  2. Statement by Mr Matin Karimli, Director ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries on World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    11 June 2020

    Mr Matin Karimli, Director - ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries shares his message on #nochildlabourday 2020. The #COVID19 crisis could lead to the first rise in child labour after 20 years of progress, according to a new brief from the ILO & UNICEF.

  3. Statement by Mr Sanaka Samarasinha - UN Resident Coordinator for the Pacific on World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    11 June 2020

    Our sincere gratitude to Sanaka Samarasinha - UN Resident Coordinator for the Pacific - for sharing his message on #nochildlabourday "In times of crisis its is important to keep the spotlight on vulnerable children and families."

  4. Statement by Hon. Parveen Bala Kumar, Minister for Employment, Productivity, Industrial Relations, Youth and Sport, The Government of Fiji on World Day Against Child Labour 2020

    11 June 2020

    In times of COVID-19, Fiji an Alliance8.7 pathfinder country is committed to provide children with the best care and protection.

  5. My Future Our Plant

    05 March 2020

    #myfutureourplant starts with children

  6. Expression of interest - Development of research briefs for the Pacific Islands Council of Trade Unions (PICTU)

    16 February 2020

    Development of research briefs for Pacific employers

  7. Earthquake victims get gravity-fed water supply in Papua New Guinea

    13 December 2019

    A ILO-Japan funded partnership infrastructure project is helping earthquake-affected communities in the Nipa district to access clean drinking water.

  8. Demanding Just Transition for Pacific Young workers and employers

    04 December 2019

    As the world engages at COP25 to discuss climate change, young workers and employers from the pacific express their concerns and priorities to achieve a just transition for decent work. They are concerned as future leaders of workers and employers organizations and are at the frontline of the impact of climate change.

  9. ILO 45 years in the Pacific 1974-2019

    01 December 2019

    To celebrate the ILO Centenary in 2019, the ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries looks back and reflects on the ILO presence in the Pacific and its work with tripartite and other social partners. This publication is a selective and reflective documentation of the ILO’s work in the region, to illustrate the diversity, the ‘journey’, and some of the activities and achievements of ILO technical assistance in the Pacific over 45 years.

  10. Update on Pacific Climate Action Plans/Strategies for Decent Work and a Just Transition

    28 November 2019

    A presentation by Cristina Martinez, Senior Specialist, Environment and Decent Work ILO, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP)