Viet Nam Social Security staff trained to better understand and respond to health insurance members’ needs
18 October 2021
To promote member-centric design and efficient implementation of social health insurance, ILO has supported training for Viet Nam Social Security staff on how to carry out satisfaction assessments and effectively meet the needs of users through customer care.
ILO’s Global Flagship Programme on Building Social Protection Floors for All launches its second phase, extending support to 50 focus countries and aiming to improve the lives of 60 million people
07 October 2021
The ILO’s Global Flagship Programme on Building Social Protection Floors for All (SPF Flagship Programme) officially launched its second phase (2021 -2025) at its annual Development Partners meeting on 7 October 2021, announcing an extension of support to 50 focus countries and territories in advancing towards universal social protection.
01 September 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed and exacerbated the social protection gap between countries with high and low income levels.
18 August 2021
ILO, Vietnamese Women Union join forces to promote gender equality in social insurance and ensure social protection rights in Viet Nam
16 July 2021
One of the recommended policy measures is the introduction of a multi-tiered child benefit to provide support to all children in Viet Nam, while simultaneously promoting an increase in social insurance coverage.
Case Studies on the Intersectional Impacts of Air Pollution on the World of Work of Vulnerable Groups including Women and Youth in Southeast Asia
14 July 2021
02 July 2021
Participants can submit their entries until 31 July 2021.
30 June 2021
A new ILO report estimates that between 2017 and 2019 the number of people migrating for work internationally increased from 164 to 169 million.
15 June 2021
On the tenth anniversary of the adoption of the Domestic Workers’ Convention, the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed continued vulnerabilities of domestic workers in the labour market.
10 June 2021
The International Labour Organization and UNICEF warn nine million additional children at risk as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
02 June 2021
ILO projections highlight the danger of a COVID-19 labour market legacy of increased geographic and demographic inequality, rising poverty and fewer decent jobs.
28 May 2021
ILO and professional training centre MVV Edu have signed an agreement to turn ILO training materials into e-learning solutions for businesses.
10 May 2021
With ILO’s support, Viet Nam is now able to apply newest statistical standards on the measurement of labour market issues.
06 May 2021
A new ILO report 'Moving the Needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector' examines the status and trends relating to women and gender dynamics in Asia’s garment sector while providing a roadmap for action to accelerate progress towards gender equality.
06 May 2021
The Competition aims to recognize fair and balanced media reports that contribute to the elimination of public misperception, xenophobia and discrimination against migrant workers and highlight the positive contributions they make.
28 April 2021
This upgrade will help policymakers and other data users better analyze and understand the characteristics and challenges of different groups of workers, the double burden of work and family responsibilities carried by women, and different categories of individuals who are not in employment.
28 April 2021
Better national occupational safety and health policies, institutional and regulatory frameworks, that are also integrated into crisis response, are needed, says the International Labour Organization.
26 April 2021
The training is part of ILO’s career guidance series, which already includes a career guidance toolkit composed of a career guidance package for students aged 14-19 in Viet Nam and a mobile app for smart phones.
10 April 2021
Trade can improve productivity and working conditions.
31 March 2021
The website has been up and running since 1 January 2021 when the 2019 Labour Code took effect.