Past events

September 2022

  1. © ILO 2022

    Ceremony for the transfer of office at the ILO

    30 September 2022

    Outgoing ILO Director-General Guy Ryder hands over to Gilbert F. Houngbo.

  2. Eighth Technical Meeting of Focal Points on International Labour Migration Statistics in ASEAN

    29 - 30 September 2022

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) holds the Eighth Technical Meeting of Focal Points on International Labour Migration Statistics in ASEAN on 29 and 30 September 2022. The meeting is supported by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) through the ILO's TRIANGLE in ASEAN programme.

  3. Whistle-blowers protection in the public service sector: Challenges and opportunities

    28 September 2022

    Taking place during the ILO’s technical meeting on the protection of whistle-blowers in the public service sector, this panel discussion will provide a platform for governments, employers’ and workers’ representatives to exchange on gaps, difficulties and opportunities in the application of the current whistle-blowers protection frameworks in the public service sector.

  4. Launch of the 2022 edition of the International Journal of Labour Research

    26 September 2022

    The ILO’s Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ACTRAV) will organize a high-level launch of the International Journal of Labour Research on 26th September 2022 at 13:30 (CET-Geneva time). "Trade Union Revitalization: Organizing new forms of work including platform workers" will be launched during a panel discussions which will bring together authors, researchers , academics, ILO representatives and leaders from trade union movement.

  5. Technical meeting on the protection of whistle-blowers in the public service sector

    26 - 30 September 2022

  6. Partnering for Action: Implementation of the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions

    23 September 2022

    This UNGA high-level event brings together Heads of State and Government, heads of UN agencies, international financial institutions, the private sector and civil society representatives, to announce concrete commitments aimed at ensuring the success of the Global Accelerator and the role it can play in advancing the SDGs.

  7. Human resource development in the financial inclusion sector: Supporting managers in their HRD role

    22 September 2022

    The e-MFP Human Resources Action Group and the ILO’s Social Finance Programme organized a webinar series on human resource development (HRD) in the financial inclusion sector in 2022. Throughout the series we shared the results of the Action Group’s 2021 survey on HRD practices and discussed different topics with microfinance practitioners: aligning HRD and business strategy, supporting managers in their HRD role and equal opportunities for women.

  8. Talkshow 3: Journalists and Mental Health

    22 September 2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered one of the worst jobs crises, as it affected around 29 million workers in Indonesia by August 2020, adding to the existing pool of about seven million jobseekers. As a result, 2.6 million workers lost their jobs and 24 million workers suffered from cuts in hours of work and wages due to the pandemic.

  9. Supporting managers in the financial sector in their HR role

    22 September 2022

    Last year, the European Microfinance Platform conducted a survey on human resource development practices in the financial sector. One of the priority topics for financial service providers that emerged, was how to help managers in financial institutions recruit, support and mentor their staff. This webinar will summarize key actions that emerged from the survey, based on input from 195 financial service providers globally. Senior managers from VisionFund (Bolivia), Al Majmoua (Lebanon) and ASKI (Philippines) will also share their HR practices and lessons learned.

  10. Talkshow 2: Taking Advantage of the Power of Social Sustainability

    21 September 2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered one of the worst jobs crises, as it affected around 29 million workers in Indonesia by August 2020, adding to the existing pool of about seven million jobseekers. As a result, 2.6 million workers lost their jobs and 24 million workers suffered from cuts in hours of work and wages due to the pandemic.