15 February 2018
05 February 2018
Following a consultation meeting to discuss the draft findings of a regional study, ILO and Arab League officials met to discuss a possible long-term partnership between the two organizations to jointly address child labour issues across the region.
14 February 2018
Huda is pregnant, but she is worried about how that will affect her job. Sahar helps her understand her rights as a working mother. If certain conditions are in place, the school where she works must establish a nursery for the children of its employees, and she is entitled to one hour of breastfeeding daily.
14 February 2018
In this video, our friend Sahar helps her teacher colleagues understand their rights by explaining how their employers must respect the Collective Agreement for teachers in the private sector, and what they should do if they have a complaint against their employer.
Statements and speeches
01 December 2017
“People with disabilities, with their skills and talents, are an important asset to the labour markets today and in the future,” says ILO Director-General Guy Ryder.
25 November 2017
"With notable exceptions, far too little has been done for far too long to end the culture of impunity, to end the culture of silence," says ILO Director-General Guy Ryder in a statement issued on the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
Articles and features
27 October 2017
Enterprise development as a means of economic and social empowerment of women in times of war in Yemen.
11 October 2017
The conflict in Yemen has robbed millions of people of their livelihoods, particularly in rural areas. A joint ILO-UNDP programme helps vulnerable youth set up their own business.