Our impact, their voices
Evelyn spent almost half of her life as a migrant domestic worker. Thanks to a training scholarship, Evelyn acquired digital skills, secured a decent job locally and fulfilled her longing to be with her family.
ILO Monitor on the World of Work
Unemployment and inequality both look set to rise because multiple and overlapping economic and political crises are threatening labour market recovery worldwide, according to the latest edition of the ILO Monitor on the World of Work.
6 - 9 December 2022, Singapore
Rural workers in the Philippines will benefit from a partnership between the ILO and US Department of Labor (USDOL) to support COVID-19 recovery through decent work, and improve occupational safety and health, gender equality and labour law compliance in agriculture, fishing and mining.
The Project is part of the ILO’s Safety + Health for All Flagship Programme, which aims to improve safety and health globally.