Resources: Uzbekistan

  1. ILO experts and trade unions in Central Asia discuss workplace safety in the region

    23 June 2023

    On June 23, 2023 a two-day Regional Conference of Trade Unions of Central Asia on “The role of trade unions in ensuring occupational safety and health and the effective functioning of the labour inspectorate” opened in Astana. It was organized by the Federation of Trade Unions of Kazakhstan under the auspices of the International Labour Organization.

  2. Newsletter #2 - June 2023

    15 June 2023

  3. Uzbekistan ratifies the Working Environment (Air Pollution, Noise and Vibration) Convention, 1977 (No. 148)

    12 June 2023

  4. Statement by ILO, UNICEF and the World Bank welcoming the establishment of a Social Protection Agency

    01 June 2023

  5. Uzbekistan: Unions advise informal workers on construction sites

    27 May 2023

    From May 23 to May 26, 2023, sectoral trade unions of Uzbekistan organized visits to construction sites in Tashkent and held "consultation tables" for informal workers.

  6. ILO constituents to address root causes of gender inequality and discrimination in Uzbekistan

    23 May 2023

    Proposals call for measures to ensure decent work opportunities and social protection for women and men, including the groups in situations of vulnerability.

  7. Agenda of the Conference

    23 May 2023

  8. Uzbekistan: Trade unionists learn to organize and protect the rights of informal workers

    20 May 2023

    The Trade Union of Information Technology and Mass Communications Workers of Uzbekistan held a training seminar for trade union activists on the topic: “Involvement in trade unions and promotion of the rights of informal workers”, which was attended by 40 trade union activists and students of 4-5 courses of subordinate educational institutions.

  9. Risks associated with informal employment: information sessions for graduates of universities and technical schools in Uzbekistan

    20 May 2023

    Information sessions for graduates of universities and technical schools in Tashkent were held from May 16 to May 19, 2023 by the Republican Council of the Trade Union of Transport, Road and Capital Construction Workers, the Construction Industry of Uzbekistan with the technical support of the ILO project “Transition from the informal to the formal employment”.

  10. Pathways to Gender Equality and Decent Work in Uzbekistan

    23 May 2023

    In recent years, Uzbekistan has embarked on an array of reforms with a focus on creating an enabling environment for social justice. Gender equality matters play a significant role in this process: the country has initiated a series of important measures in advancing women’s rights and addressing inequalities in the labour market through the adoption of national policies, legislation and strategies.