The ILO has recently published its first global report on public employment services (PES) and active labour market policies (ALMPs). It explores their role in mitigating the labour market disruptions stemming from the COVID-19 crisis and potential future crises. Additionally, it investigates the adaptive measures and innovative strategies these institutions have employed to navigate the evolving world of work during the past two decades.
Its main findings will be presented at an online launch event organised by the ILO, with the participation of the World Employment Confederation (WEC), the World Association of Public Employment Services (WAPES) and the World Bank (WB). The event will be held in English.
The report can be accessed in this link.
Agenda15:00–15:10 Opening remarks: Sangheon Lee, Director, Employment Policy, Job Creation and Livelihoods Department, ILO.
15:10–15:30 Presentation of the mail findings of the report
- Michael Mwasikakata, Head, Labour Market Services for Transition Unit, ILO
15:30–16:00 Discussion of the report main findings:
- Nicole Clobes, Consultant, World Association of Public Employment Services
- Matteo Morgandi, co-Global Lead for Labour and Skills, World Bank
- Michael Freytag, Public Affairs Manager, World Employment Confederation
16:20–16:30 Concluding remarks: Dorothea Schmidt-Klau, Chief, Employment, Labour Market Policies and Youth Branch, ILO
Moderator: Anna-Karin Palm Olsson, Technical Specialist, Labour Market Services, ILO