News

2017

  1. News

    G20 Summit and Ministerial Declaration

    04 August 2017

  2. News

    ILO Roadmap on Decent Work in Global Supply Chains

    03 August 2017

  3. Trade Unions

    Towards a future of work without child labour and forced labour in Europe and Central Asia

    19 July 2017

  4. Video

    Preventing child labour in natural disasters

    17 July 2017

    In natural disasters, many families fall into poverty, lose their homes and property, children lose their parents and become at risk of engaging in child labour. Prompt actions are required to help disaster-stricken families improve their livelihoods and ensure that children can go to school and be protected from child labour.

  5. Child Labour

    Towards a Trade Union policy to eliminate child labour in the Arab States

    14 July 2017

  6. Alliance 8.7

    Advancing Alliance 8.7 in Europe and Central Asia

    29 June 2017

    ILO and OSCE host Europe and Central Asia regional meeting on achieving Sustainable Development Goal Target 8.7 of eradicating child labour by 2025 and forced labour, modern slavery and human trafficking by 2030.

  7. Press release

    Budapest hosts Europe and Central Asia Regional Consultation Workshop on achieving the SDG Target 8.7 with regard to Child and Forced Labour

    23 June 2017

  8. Presentation

    Presentation on impact of natural disasters on children in Sri Lanka

    23 June 2017

    Effect of annual drought and floods on child labour and child welfare in Sri Lanka done by Ms Sonali Moonesinghe

  9. Press release

    Sri Lanka stands at a delicate moment in making child labour one for the history books

    23 June 2017

    On 22nd June, in collaboration with the Girl Guides Association and the UNICEF, the ILO hosted an event in Colombo to raise awareness on how Sri Lanka can protect children from child labour, particularly in conflict and disaster situations.

  10. Statement

    Opening remarks by Ms Simrin Singh on World Day Against Child Labour 2017

    22 June 2017

    By Ms Simrin Singh, Director, ILO Country Office for Sri Lanka and the Maldives