16 September 2021
Ms Sonya Mohamed Janahi, Chairperson of the ILO technical meeting on the future of decent and sustainable work in urban transport services (30 August - 3 September 2021), shares her views on the vital role of the urban transport services.
31 August 2021
During the Technical meeting on the future of decent and sustainable work in urban transport services (30 August-3 September 2021) representatives from governments, employers and workers will meet at the ILO to discuss the future of decent and sustainable decent work in this sector, the challenges and opportunities ahead, and agree on a tripartite basis on ways to invest in a job-rich and sustainable recovery of the sector.
18 August 2021
To improve rural working condition during and beyond the pandemic, the ILO in Indonesia organized the first Virtual Academy to promote decent work in rural economy, with specific focus on the agriculture sector, through country-level policy dialogues and masterclasses.
29 July 2021
Labour banks (“Rokin Banks”) in Japan have been promoting workers’ access to finance for many years. They have also been in the vanguard when it comes to adopting international standards around workplace violence and harassment. Rokin Banks modelled their recent harassment guidelines directly on the ILO’s Convention 190, serving as an example and inspiration for legislation elsewhere in Japan, and for financial institutions around the world.
ILO: Tourism recovery is key to overcoming COVID-19 labour crisis in Latin America and the Caribbean
30 June 2021
At the worst point of the crisis, about 45 per cent of jobs in the tourism sector had been lost. In the recovery process, policies are required to generate more and better jobs.
Webinar on "best practices around social protection coverage for workers in the Cultural and Creative Sector: the case of France" - 21st June 2021
25 June 2021
28 May 2021
Mozambique became the 98th Member State of the ILO to ratify the Convention.
13 May 2021
Lockdown measures led to the closure of theatres and cinemas, and the suspension or cancellation of movie, television and music productions. Many workers in the industry lost their jobs and had no social protection to help them. A new ILO study shows that extending social protection to the culture and creative sector is possible.
05 March 2021
Presentation of the paper that served as a basis for discussion at the ILO virtual technical meeting on the future of work in the automotive industry, held from 15 to 19 February 2021.
24 February 2021
With support from the European Union, the programme will use employment-intensive approaches to create decent jobs and upgrade skills and employment services for internally displaced persons, Syrian refugees and host community members, while preserving and rehabilitating cultural heritage sites.