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  • Recommendations adopted by heads of UN agencies and sectoral organizations to protect transport workers in future health emergencies

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    Wed, 25 Jan 2023

    A Joint Action Group, set up to review the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world’s transport workers and the global supply chain, encourages all actors to apply internationally agreed protocols and standards and take proactive and concrete actions for future emergencies.

  • A better future starts with quality education

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    Tue, 24 Jan 2023

    Quality education and decent work for teachers are the foundation of social and economic progress. As technology transforms education worldwide, investments are needed to ensure everyone has the opportunity to access education from school age and throughout the life-cycle, to develop the skills needed today and in the future.

  • 2022: Advancing social justice in a world in crisis

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    Wed, 21 Dec 2022

    As 2022 comes to a close, the ILO looks back on its efforts to promote a human-centred recovery and advance social justice during a year of many firsts.

  • The mica dust made me sick, I’m glad to be back at school

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    Mon, 19 Dec 2022

    When Suman Kumari was 13 her father became ill and the family fell into debt. When COVID-19 hit and with creditors at the door, she joined her mother at her workplace processing mica, a mineral dust used in cosmetics, paints and electronics. An ILO project has helped her return to school.

  • Video: ILO, GBSN and UNIGE join forces!

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    Tue, 13 Dec 2022

    Deans, professors, students, social partners, private sector actors and ILO management explain why it's so important to embed human rights in business education ahead of the Memorandum of Understanding between the ILO, the Global Business School Network and the University of Geneva.

  • Video presentation of the Global Accelerator

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    Tue, 13 Dec 2022

    In September 2021, the United Nations Secretary-General launched the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions, with the ambition to help countries create 400 million decent jobs, including in the green, digital and care economies, and to extend social protection coverage to the 4 billion people currently excluded.

  • ILO launches forced labour observatory

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    Fri, 2 Dec 2022

    Global data store on forced labour and trafficking provides comprehensive global and country information, including on international and national legal and institutional frameworks; enforcement, prevention and protection measures, as well as information related to access to justice; remedies, and cooperation.

  • Reducing Vulnerability in Lao People's Democratic Republic

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    Wed, 23 Nov 2022

    Noudthong Alounthong, ILO National Project Coordinator in Lao PDR, explains how the SOLAR project supports the government and civil society to promote labour rights and improve access to social security and occupational safety and health for coffee and tea workers.

  • ILO launches initiatives on Green Jobs for Youth and Just Transition financing tools at COP27

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    Fri, 11 Nov 2022

    During the first week of the UN Climate Change Conference the ILO launched a bold partnership to accelerate green job creation for youth, as well as the Just Transition Finance Tool on Banking and Investment Activities and opened the Just Transition Pavilion.

  • How did the ILO perform during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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    Thu, 3 Nov 2022

    This comprehensive evaluation of the ILO’s response in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic does not only show how the organization performed during the crisis but also provides the only full and objective account of this chapter in ILO’s history. The independent, high-level, evaluation documents what worked well and where challenges were faced both at the institutional and substantive response level. As such it provides analysis that will be critical to ensuring that the ILO is well positioned to meet challenges posed by future crises.

  • ILO Director-General message to the Global Deal Forum 2022

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    Wed, 2 Nov 2022

    In a video address to the Global Deal Forum 2022 Gilbert F. Houngbo's underlined the importance of effective and inclusive social dialogue to address multiple global crises, including climatechange, inequalities, inflation and unemployment.

  • ILO Director-General message to the National Evaluation Capacities Conference

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    Thu, 27 Oct 2022

  • Social justice and equality will be at the heart of my mandate, says new ILO Director-General

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    Mon, 3 Oct 2022

    As he takes up his new position, Director-General Gilbert F. Houngbo talks about his background, his priorities and his vision for the ILO and the world of work.

  • ILO's financial education training brings sustainability for refugee and host led businesses in Kenya

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    Fri, 30 Sep 2022

    Hilda Thuo, Livelihoods Officer, Lutheran World Federation (LWF) and Certified Financial Education Trainer, shares how the ILO module on Financial Education has been useful for developing resilience of refugee and host community led small businesses in Kakuma, Kenya.

  • World Maritime Day: Updated standards improve maritime workers' protection

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    Sun, 25 Sep 2022

    Millions of people depend directly on the sea for their livelihoods and hundreds of millions more rely on them for food. Safeguarding the rights and conditions of seafarers has been part of the ILO’s work for more than 100 years. In June 2022, Member States adopted important amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 - which is widely known as the “seafarers’ bill of rights”.

  • US Pro Golfer Lizette Salas calls for gender pay equality

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    Fri, 16 Sep 2022

    Globally, women continue to be underpaid compared to men. On International Equal Pay Day, US LPGA Star Lizette Salas joins the ILO to amplify the call for equal gender pay in sports and in society.

  • One in every 150 people are trapped in modern slavery

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    Mon, 12 Sep 2022

    Almost 50 million people were living in modern slavery in 2021, either forced to work against their will or in a marriage that they were forced into, according to Global Estimates of Modern Slavery, a new report from the International Labour Organization (ILO), Walk Free and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

  • Two years on from the Beirut blast, how ILO helped create jobs and a safer city

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    Thu, 4 Aug 2022

    After the explosion that devastated parts of the Lebanese capital Beirut on August 4th 2020, the International Labour Organization mobilized its Employment Intensive Infrastructure Programme to clear the rubble, and in the process created decent jobs and hope for Lebanese nationals and Syrian refugees. The Organization continues to work with the authorities to restore livelihoods and create a safer city. Find out more: <a href="https://www.ilo.org/beirut/countries/lebanon/lang--en/index.htm" target="">www.ilo.org/lebanon</a>

  • NERVO call for a world free from child labour and trafficking

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    Fri, 29 Jul 2022

    To coincide with World Day Against Trafficking in Persons and their last performance at Tomorrowland festival for 2022, superstar DJ duo NERVO raise their voices for action on child vulnerability, labour and trafficking.

  • Training to the Top: what climbing the career ladder can look like for Vietnamese women workers

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    Fri, 8 Jul 2022

    The GEAR initiative - part of the Better Work Programme – aims to equip potential female line supervisors with necessary skills to perform effective leadership, thus leading to improved line productivity and career progression.

  • Recommendations adopted by heads of UN agencies and sectoral organizations to protect transport workers in future health emergencies

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    Wed, 25 Jan 2023

    A Joint Action Group, set up to review the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the world’s transport workers and the global supply chain, encourages all actors to apply internationally agreed protocols and standards and take proactive and concrete actions for future emergencies.

  • A better future starts with quality education

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    Tue, 24 Jan 2023

    Quality education and decent work for teachers are the foundation of social and economic progress. As technology transforms education worldwide, investments are needed to ensure everyone has the opportunity to access education from school age and throughout the life-cycle, to develop the skills needed today and in the future.

  • 2022: Advancing social justice in a world in crisis

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    Wed, 21 Dec 2022

    As 2022 comes to a close, the ILO looks back on its efforts to promote a human-centred recovery and advance social justice during a year of many firsts.

  • The mica dust made me sick, I’m glad to be back at school

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    Mon, 19 Dec 2022

    When Suman Kumari was 13 her father became ill and the family fell into debt. When COVID-19 hit and with creditors at the door, she joined her mother at her workplace processing mica, a mineral dust used in cosmetics, paints and electronics. An ILO project has helped her return to school.

  • Video: ILO, GBSN and UNIGE join forces!

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    Tue, 13 Dec 2022

    Deans, professors, students, social partners, private sector actors and ILO management explain why it's so important to embed human rights in business education ahead of the Memorandum of Understanding between the ILO, the Global Business School Network and the University of Geneva.

  • Video presentation of the Global Accelerator

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    Tue, 13 Dec 2022

    In September 2021, the United Nations Secretary-General launched the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions, with the ambition to help countries create 400 million decent jobs, including in the green, digital and care economies, and to extend social protection coverage to the 4 billion people currently excluded.

  • ILO launches forced labour observatory

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    Fri, 2 Dec 2022

    Global data store on forced labour and trafficking provides comprehensive global and country information, including on international and national legal and institutional frameworks; enforcement, prevention and protection measures, as well as information related to access to justice; remedies, and cooperation.

  • Reducing Vulnerability in Lao People's Democratic Republic

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    Wed, 23 Nov 2022

    Noudthong Alounthong, ILO National Project Coordinator in Lao PDR, explains how the SOLAR project supports the government and civil society to promote labour rights and improve access to social security and occupational safety and health for coffee and tea workers.

  • ILO launches initiatives on Green Jobs for Youth and Just Transition financing tools at COP27

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    Fri, 11 Nov 2022

    During the first week of the UN Climate Change Conference the ILO launched a bold partnership to accelerate green job creation for youth, as well as the Just Transition Finance Tool on Banking and Investment Activities and opened the Just Transition Pavilion.

  • How did the ILO perform during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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    Thu, 3 Nov 2022

    This comprehensive evaluation of the ILO’s response in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic does not only show how the organization performed during the crisis but also provides the only full and objective account of this chapter in ILO’s history. The independent, high-level, evaluation documents what worked well and where challenges were faced both at the institutional and substantive response level. As such it provides analysis that will be critical to ensuring that the ILO is well positioned to meet challenges posed by future crises.

  • ILO Director-General message to the Global Deal Forum 2022

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    Wed, 2 Nov 2022

    In a video address to the Global Deal Forum 2022 Gilbert F. Houngbo's underlined the importance of effective and inclusive social dialogue to address multiple global crises, including climatechange, inequalities, inflation and unemployment.

  • ILO Director-General message to the National Evaluation Capacities Conference

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    Thu, 27 Oct 2022

  • Social justice and equality will be at the heart of my mandate, says new ILO Director-General

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    Mon, 3 Oct 2022

    As he takes up his new position, Director-General Gilbert F. Houngbo talks about his background, his priorities and his vision for the ILO and the world of work.

  • ILO's financial education training brings sustainability for refugee and host led businesses in Kenya

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    Fri, 30 Sep 2022

    Hilda Thuo, Livelihoods Officer, Lutheran World Federation (LWF) and Certified Financial Education Trainer, shares how the ILO module on Financial Education has been useful for developing resilience of refugee and host community led small businesses in Kakuma, Kenya.

  • World Maritime Day: Updated standards improve maritime workers' protection

    star

    Sun, 25 Sep 2022

    Millions of people depend directly on the sea for their livelihoods and hundreds of millions more rely on them for food. Safeguarding the rights and conditions of seafarers has been part of the ILO’s work for more than 100 years. In June 2022, Member States adopted important amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 - which is widely known as the “seafarers’ bill of rights”.

  • US Pro Golfer Lizette Salas calls for gender pay equality

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    Fri, 16 Sep 2022

    Globally, women continue to be underpaid compared to men. On International Equal Pay Day, US LPGA Star Lizette Salas joins the ILO to amplify the call for equal gender pay in sports and in society.

  • One in every 150 people are trapped in modern slavery

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    Mon, 12 Sep 2022

    Almost 50 million people were living in modern slavery in 2021, either forced to work against their will or in a marriage that they were forced into, according to Global Estimates of Modern Slavery, a new report from the International Labour Organization (ILO), Walk Free and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

  • Two years on from the Beirut blast, how ILO helped create jobs and a safer city

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    Thu, 4 Aug 2022

    After the explosion that devastated parts of the Lebanese capital Beirut on August 4th 2020, the International Labour Organization mobilized its Employment Intensive Infrastructure Programme to clear the rubble, and in the process created decent jobs and hope for Lebanese nationals and Syrian refugees. The Organization continues to work with the authorities to restore livelihoods and create a safer city. Find out more: <a href="https://www.ilo.org/beirut/countries/lebanon/lang--en/index.htm" target="">www.ilo.org/lebanon</a>

  • NERVO call for a world free from child labour and trafficking

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    Fri, 29 Jul 2022

    To coincide with World Day Against Trafficking in Persons and their last performance at Tomorrowland festival for 2022, superstar DJ duo NERVO raise their voices for action on child vulnerability, labour and trafficking.

  • Training to the Top: what climbing the career ladder can look like for Vietnamese women workers

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    Fri, 8 Jul 2022

    The GEAR initiative - part of the Better Work Programme – aims to equip potential female line supervisors with necessary skills to perform effective leadership, thus leading to improved line productivity and career progression.

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