ILO Office for the United States

  • Dignity at Work Photo Initiative

  • Dignity at Wok: How Americans Experience Work


  • Dignity at Work

    New ILO USA Initiative

  • New ILO USA Initiative

    Dignity at Work Photo Initiative

Past events

  1. ILO USA Webinar

    COVID-19 and Child Labor: Protect children from child labor, now more than ever

    11 June 2020
    10:00 to 11:15am (EST)

    The ILO Office for the United States hosted this webinar discussion with senior US government and ILO officials to mark World Day Against Child Labor 2020, highlight lessons learned from our collaboration in this area, and discuss strategies for moving forward in response to new challenges.

  2. ILO USA Webinar

    Beyond cotton: Lessons Learned and Next Steps in Uzbekistan

    Thursday, May 28, 2020
    10:00am to 11:30am EST

    This Webinar will provide insights into the ILO and the international community’s efforts to assist Uzbekistan in developing and implementing a rights-based approach for decent work while ensuring equitable and sustainable economic growth characterised by social justice.

  3. DC LERA Webinar

    The Impact of Covid 19 on African American Workers

    Wednesday, May 27, 2020
    12noon - 1pm EST

    The Webinar will address the disproportionate burden of illness and death during the Covid-19 pandemic among racial and ethnic minority groups. Our speaker will discuss these developments and how economic, social and occupational conditions contribute to these disparities, especially among essential workers.

  4. SEEP Network Webinar

    How to Address and Prevent Sexual Harassment in the World of Work

    May 7, 2020
    9:30 - 10:30AM

    The webinar will also explore the practical implications of the ILO Convention No. 190 on Violence and Harassment in the Workplace that was adopted in 2019 and examine how the COVID-19 crisis can impact sexual harassment behaviors and responses around the world.

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    Promoting Decent Work Opportunities for Non-Syrian Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Turkey

    With assistance from the U.S. Department of State, project aims to enhance the knowledgebase on refugees, in particular non-Syrians, and to contribute to their livelihoods and access to decent work in Turkey.

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    Sea Fisheries Project

    With Support provided by the US Department of State, the SEA Fisheries Project aims to support the significant efforts made by the Government of Indonesia towards ensuring decent working conditions for fishers.