Jobs-led recovery and plan for sustainable decent work at ILO high level meeting of ten Pacific member States at Port Vila, Vanuatu, 8–9 February 2010
In the aftermath of the global economic downturn and a lingering jobs crisis, the ILO is convening a high-level meeting on Decent Work for Sustainable Development in the Pacific from 8 to February in Vanuatu.
The Republic of Maldives is the 183rd member State of the International Labour Organization (ILO).
A multi-disciplinary ILO mission visited the Republic of the Maldives to discuss how the ILO can contribute to the development of labour market institutions and build up the capacity of the tripartite constituents – Government, employers’ and workers’ organizations – in the new member State.
The Republic of Maldives has become the 183rd member State of the ILO, the United Nations agency that deals with work and workplace issues.
South Asia could end poverty in a generation, but only if economic development is accompanied by inclusive labour market policies, according to a new report by the ILO.
South Asia shows significant progress in productivity and working poverty, but low female labour force participation misses productivity potential
ILO releases Global Employment Trends 2007: South Asia faces growing gender unemployment gap & challenge of creating jobs.
The number of people unemployed worldwide remained at an historic high in 2006, despite strong global economic growth