01 August 2023
Gender equality and women workers
01 August 2023
The report highlights why and how investing in childcare impacts positively on gender equality and decent work in Asia and the Pacific.
ILO Working paper 95
25 July 2023
This paper offers guidance as to when and where the use of AI in HRM should be encouraged, and where it is likely to cause more problems than it solves.
Public investment in care services in Argentina. Coverage of deficits, employment generation, fiscal efforts and economic impacts
17 July 2023
Based on the methodology developed by ILO-UN Women (2021), this study provides the results of an exercise to estimate the deficits in meeting the demand for care in the country (coverage and quality, including staff working conditions) for each of the sub-sectors (education, health and long-term care), as well as the investments needed to reverse this, and the economic and employment implications of expanding and strengthening care policies in a comprehensive manner in a future scenario up to 2030.
ILC.111/Record No. 6C
07 July 2023
2022 Annual Review under the follow-up to the ILO 1998 Declaration - Compilation of baseline tables, by country
23 June 2023
(based on the reports of Member States that have not ratified all fundamental Conventions and/or that have not ratified the Protocol of 2014 to the Forced Labour Convention, 1930)
ILC.111/Record No. 6A(Rev.)
Outcome of the Recurrent Discussion Committee on Labour Protection: Proposed resolution and conclusions submitted to the Conference for adoption
16 June 2023
In the "Rev." version of 16 June, paragraph 24(g) was corrected.
CDR/Amendments to the draft conclusions
11 June 2023
10 June 2023
01 June 2023
Freedom of association and collective bargaining (FACB) are fundamental rights of universal scope that should apply to all workers – including migrant workers. The new ILO Report describes the special challenges migrants face in enjoying these rights, clarifies the expectations from international instruments, supports efforts to fine-tune laws and regulations, and provides advice on how to overcome common practical obstacles to the full enjoyment of FACB’s rights by migrant workers.