14 June 2010,
ILO TV interviews delegates participating in the Committee for HIV/AIDS at the 99th International Labour Conference in Geneva from 2-18 June 2010. The committee members have discussed a proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work. (Picture: Thembi Nene-Shezi, Chairperson of the HIV/AIDS Committee and Senior Executive Manager, Department of Labour, South Africa)
03 June 2010,
A proposed new labour standard on HIV/AIDS in the world of work has received solid support from the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and the World Health Organization during the annual meeting of the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva.
02 June 2010,
This year’s International Labour Conference will see the second, and final discussion on the development of a labour standard on HIV/AIDS and the world of work. If adopted, the recommendation will be the first international human rights instrument on AIDS in the workplace. ILO Online spoke to ILO/AIDS Director, Dr. Sophia Kisting about the Recommendation.
ILC 2010: Making human rights history through workplaces – Second discussion starts on a proposed new international labour standard on HIV/AIDS
02 June 2010,
Geneva, 2 June 2010 – The second round of discussions on the formulation of an international labour standard on HIV/AIDS and the world of work was launched today at the 99th International Labour Conference (ILC).
New international labour standard on HIV/AIDS and the world ot work – last reports published for the second discussion to take place at the ILC in June 2010
12 March 2010,
The ILO has published the last two reports, Report V(2A) and Report V(2B), required under the ILO Constitution and Standing Orders, as part of the double discussion process called for by the Governing Body for a labour setting item on HIV/AIDS and the world of work at its session of March 2007.
01 February 2010,
A number of HIV-positive women in North West Cameroon are taking the initiative by generating income through cooperatives, with the assistance of the International Labour Organization (ILO) funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)
01 December 2009,
“I am living my rights. Stop AIDS, keep the promise.” It is our collective responsibility to respond to this call of World AIDS Day 2009 - by Juan Somavia, Director-General of the International Labour Office
01 June 2009,
In working towards the adoption of a new international labour instrument on HIV/AIDS, the International Labour Conference hold the first discussion on the form and content of the instrument.