News and events


  1. Press release

    Indonesia launches its Road Map for Care Economy for a more Gender Equal World of Work

    28 March 2024

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) Office in Indonesia supports the Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection in the development of a Road Map on Care Economy for a Transformative, fair and Equal World of Work in Indonesia.

  2. Press release

    Japan to support employment-intensive recovery in the earthquake-hit areas in Aleppo, Syria

    01 February 2024

  3. Press release

    EU and ILO to improve the employability of Youth NEETs in the MENA region

    24 January 2024

    A new action funded by the European Union will enable the ILO to improve the employability of young people not in employment, education or training across the Middle East and North Africa for their successful integration in labour markets.

  4. Social experiment on care economy

    Women work 100 hours per week but still consider unproductive: Magdalene-ILO Care work social experiment

    18 January 2024

    What happens if you are paid to do care work that you usually do at home?

  5. Factsheet

    Forced labour

    10 January 2024


  1. Publication

    Promoting Social Justice in the Global South: Global and regional South-South Cooperation good practices

    18 December 2023

  2. Publication

    United Nations-ILO Cooperation

    15 December 2023

    Fact-sheet, December 2023

  3. Press release

    ILO and Denmark renew Partnership Agreement for 2023 – 2027

    04 December 2023

    The Government of Denmark’s contribution provides flexible funding to ILO to advance Decent Work and Social Justice worldwide

  4. Press release

    The Netherlands commits to further support for ILO’s work on forced displacement

    30 November 2023

    PROSPECTS Partnership enters second phase with the new agreement signed between the Netherlands and the ILO

  5. ILO Child Labour Platform 14th Annual Meeting

    From the Ground Up: Collective Action to End Child Labour in Supply Chains

    The Platform’s annual meeting is an important opportunity to take stock of our collective efforts to combat child labour, exchange knowledge on common and emerging challenges, and foster partnerships and actions on the ground. Companies from across sectors and regions will convene in Geneva this year, along with representatives of governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations, and international organizations.