Labour market policy and high-quality development
ILO Symposium advances integration of labour market policies into macroeconomic framework for high-quality economic development
31 October 2023
ILO and China collaborate to enhance high-quality employment through promoting south-south cooperation within the Belt and Road initiative
20 October 2023
ILO and MOHRSS joined forces in hosting the Seminar on Promoting High-quality Employment in Beijing.
G20 Culture Ministers' Meeting
29 August 2023
G20 ministers have reiterated their support for decent work in the cultural and creative industries, including alignment with international labour standards, skills training, effective social protection and reinforced channels for dialogue.
20 July 2023
Fact-Sheet, July 2023
17 July 2023
Address by Mr Satoshi Sasaki, OIC/Deputy Director, ILO DWT/CO-New Delhi, at the New Technologies and the Future of Work conference
28 June 2023
The labour sector is facing challenges such as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the rise of Artificial Intelligence. For the chief of the International Labour Organization, political will is important in addressing these issues. CNN Philippines' Tristan Nodalo interviewed ILO Director-General Gilbert F. Houngbo.
Just and sustainable workplace
28 June 2023
ILO Director-General Gilbert F. Houngbo addressed the National Conference of Employers on Human-Centred Transitions for a Just and Sustainable Workplace held in Manila.
Asia-Pacific labour market insights
27 June 2023
International Labour Organization Working Paper highlights scale of South-East Asian labour market engagement in global supply chains as well as need for strengthened policy and enhanced skills development to maximise decent work benefits.
Seafarer 2050 Summit
26 June 2023
ILO Director-General Gilbert F. Houngbo highlighted at the Shaping the Future of Shipping – Seafarer 2050 Summit the need for a new global social contract, including for the global maritime industry.
ILO Working paper 91
07 June 2023
South-East Asia has become a key player in global supply chains (GSCs) during recent decades, and the region’s participation in GSCs has had a profound impact on labour markets. The region has become increasingly dependent on GSCs for employment despite some short periods of sharp volatility and setbacks, including in 2020, the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.