18 June 2020
The ILO policy framework is hinged on four key pillars in tackling the COVID-19 crisis on the basis of International Labour Standards. What can trade unions do to implement the pillar on stimulating the economy and jobs?Learn more here...
10 June 2020
Across the globe, Governments are now confronted with the major challenge of putting in place appropriate exit strategies to come out of COVID-19 pandemic.What is the role of trade unions during lockdowns, shutdowns and re-opening? Learn more here...
The Rossiyskaya gazeta, interview with Olga Koulaeva, Director DWT/CO Moscow, 28 May 2020 (IN RUSSIAN)
28 May 2020
Training judges and lawyers on the judicial use of international labour standards in resolving labour disputes in domestic courts.
27 May 2020
Strengthening the rule of law in Georgia: Training judges and lawyers on the judicial use of international labour standards in resolving labour disputes in domestic courts.
26 May 2020
Since 2000, the development of technologies has seen an increase in the number of digital work and digital labour platforms in both developing and developed countries. At the same, with the onset of Covid-19 pandemic and the numerous restrictive lockdown measures, many organizations have resorted to teleworking, which is a form of digital work.
19 May 2020
The ILO Recommendation No 205 on Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience, adopted in 2017 (R205) deals with crises arising from both conflicts and disasters and it is very topical as it gives guidance for situation such as the one we are facing now with COVID-19.
30 April 2020
The global Coronavirus pandemic is profoundly affecting the world of work.What do workers in the informal need and how can policy makers protect their lives and livelihoods? Learn more here...
24 April 2020
Addressing Safety and Health at Work in Eastern Europe and Central Asia while Facing Pandemic" Brief description: ILO continues to offer support to its constituents and proposes solutions to face pandemic and its consequences on labour market, OSH and working conditions and access to social protection floor. The key pillars in responding to the COVID-19 proposed by ILO are: stimulating the economy and employment, supporting enterprises, jobs and incomes, protecting workers in the workplaces and relying on social dialogue for solutions.
20 April 2020
The global virus pandemic of COVID-19 is the most severe crisis facing the world since the Second World War. In addition to the threat to public health, the economic and social disruption threatens the long-term livelihoods and wellbeing of millions. What can trade unions do?
17 April 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak is the most severe crisis facing the world since the Second World War. It is not just a public health issue, but causing massive disruptions in the world of work. Workers’ organizations have a crucial role in combating the outbreak. Discover how...