21 October 2009
The Arab Employment Forum closed here today with agreement between the government, employer and worker representatives of 221 countries on an Agenda for Action to apply the Global Jobs Pact2 in the region, to mitigate the immediate impacts of the economic crisis on labour markets.
15 October 2009
Under the partronage of H.E. the Prime Minister of Lebanon, the ILO in partnership with the ALO will host the AEF in Beirut at "Metropolitan Palace Hotel".
24 November 2008
The current crisis has hit the financial sector hard. But what about people and the real economy?
13 February 2008
The International Labour Organization (ILO) through its Regional Office for Arab States is launching Decent Work Country Programme for Syria through an official ceremony and the participation of the tripartite organizations – Government, Workers and Employers on Wednesday 13 February 2008.
17 November 2007
ILO News - Under the patronage of the Syrian Minister of Labour and Social Affairs H.E. Dr. Diala Al Hajj Aref, the International Labour Organization in collaboration with the Arab Labour Organization Occupational Safety and Health Institute is organizing a tripartite regional meeting on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in the Arab States.
08 November 2007
The Arab Labour Organization (ALO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) agreed here today to strengthen their collaboration and partnership.
26 October 2007
On the occasion UN Day, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are launching a joint publication focusing on the impact of the July 2006 war on micro and small enterprises: “Enterprises in Lebanon 2006-2007: Impact Assessment One Year On.”
12 January 2007
Marinalva is a labour inspector, part of the Brazilian government team called the “mobile squad”. They inspect farms in remote parts of the country, rescuing workers from forced labour as ILO TV explains.
09 June 2003
Workers'delegates attending this year's International Labour Conference in Geneva have called on the UN's International Labour Organization(ILO) urgently to send a needs assessment mission to Iraq to determine what forms of technical support and assistance the ILO can properly provide in the rehabilitation and reconstruction programme.