G20 Saudi Arabia 2020

  1. G20 Leaders summit (virtual meeting)

    ILO welcomes G20 continued commitment to safeguard livelihoods

    ILO Director-General says job protection and creation, social protection and social dialogue are essential to minimize the long-term damage from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Priorities of the Employment Working Group

  • Better Preparing Youth for the Transitions to Work
  • Adapting Social Protection for the Changing Patterns of Work
  • Exploring the Application of Behavioral Insights Policy for a Transitioning Labor Market

ILO's contribution to the G20 2020

Extraordinary Leaders’ Summit, 26 March, virtual

Extraordinary Labour and Employment Ministerial Meeting, 23 April, virtual

Extraordinary Tourism Ministers Meeting, 24 April, virtual

Labour and Employment Ministers Meeting (LEMM), 09-10 September, virtual

Tourism Ministers’ Meeting, 07 October, virtual

Leaders' Summit, 21-22 November, virtual

Working Groups (inputs contributed by the ILO)
  • Employment Working Group (EWG)
    • Recent Employment Trends [presentation]
    • Youth Employment in Changing Labour Markets [presentation]
    • Ensuring better social protection for self-employed workers (ILO & OECD) [paper] | [presentation]
    • Helping Disadvantaged Youth: Progress and Policy Action towards the Antalya G20 Youth Goal (ILO & OECD) [paper] | [presentation]
    • The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on jobs and incomes in G20 economies (ILO & OECD) [paper] | [presentation] - check the updated version of this paper in the Leaders' Summit section above
    • Women at Work in G20 countries: Progress and policy action (ILO & OECD) [paper] | [presentation]
  • Framework Working Group (FWG)
    • The employment impact of the COVID-19 crisis and the route to recovery [presentation]
    • The labour market impact of COVID-19 and the implications for employment recovery [presentation]
Engagement groups 
Empowerment and Progression of Women's Economic Representation (EMPOWER)