13 January 2020
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
17 October 2019
Combining active labour market policies with income support makes both measures more effective in tackling poverty and helping people find decent work, a new report finds.
9 - 13 September 2019
The theme of this edition is: "Towards sustainable and inclusive local development: local resource-based approaches and decent job creation".
Social Protection for Children
6 - 8 February 2019
This conference, convened by UNICEF, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), brings together national governments and policy practitioners, researchers and the international community to explore the arguments and the evidence emerging from the implementation of alternative cash transfer schemes and their implications for Universal Child Grants.
14 June 2016
The new covered market in the Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid is expected to create better working conditions for vendors.
105th International Labour Conference
ILO Director-General: “ILO sets course to promote decent work in global supply chains, in transition from conflict and crisis and in making poverty history by 2030”
10 June 2016
World parliament of labour sets the course for global action to shape the future of work.
15 December 2015
This webinar recording features the Africa Agriculture and Trade Investment Fund (AATIF), an innovative public-private partnership initiated by KfW on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), and managed by Deutsche Bank.
02 March 2015
On 4 December 2014, an ILO project was approved to combat child labour in Viet Nam, based on a donation from the United States Department of Labor of US$ 8 million and US$ 1.2 million from the Government of Viet Nam.
03 December 2014
17 November 2014
An ILO report launched ahead of the meeting of Economic and Social Councils in Seoul, South Korea, points to divergent trends: while many countries are moving towards more fiscal consolidation and less social spending, several developing countries are boldly expanding social protection schemes.