New Issue of ILO Moscow Newsletter Released

We are pleased to share with you the 4th (67) December issue of the ILO-Moscow Newsletter.

News | 31 December 2016
In this issue:
  • ILO, Russian Federation sign new cooperation accord, set key priorities
  • Meeting with ILO Director-General Guy Ryder
  • Guy Ryder re-elected as ILO Director-General for a second term
  • Meetings in Moscow
  • The future of work national dialogue in Russia
  • Employment is key in the life cycle approach to HIV
  • VCT@WORK: implementation throughout the country
  • Seminar in Moscow: strengthening HIV and AIDS workplace response
  • Message by ILO’s Director-General Guy Ryder for the 25th anniversary of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)
  • Tajikistan: first meeting of the national tripartite committee for decent work
  • Discussing work plans for upcoming biennium
  • Peer review of youth employment politics and programmes in Yerevan
  • Entrepreneurship programme for job seekers in Azerbaijan
  • First ever peer review on child labour to start in the Commonwealth of Independent  States
  • Back to school: remedial classes for working children begin in Kyrgyzstan
  • Russia: new incentives to support economic activity and employment of older people
  • Uzbekistan ratifies the freedom of association and protection of the right to organize convention, 1948 ( No.87)
  • Efficiency of public employment service discussed at roundtable in Dushanbe
  • Tripartite constituents from the sib-region meet to learn more about international labour standards.
  • ILO work in fishing convention No. 188 ( 2007) to enter into force
  • Tackling youth employment challenges: workshop for employers’ organizations
  • Young union activists meet in Astrakhan
  • Tripartite commissions gathered in Moscow
  • Roundtable to discuss sustainable development goals in Tajikistan
  • ILO and UNDP join efforts in implementing SGGs in Azerbaijan
  • Appointments
  • Our publications
  • News in brief
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