24 November 2023
ILO and Eni are launching a partnership to improve occupational safety and health for small farmers involved in Eni's agro-industrial initiatives in Kenya and Cote d’Ivoire.
Occupational Safety and Health
11 October 2023
Italy is the 79th country in the world to have ratified Convention No. 155, the 19th country to have ratified the 2002 Protocol to Convention No. 155, and the 62nd country to have ratified Convention No. 187.
09 March 2023
An agreement between the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the International Labour Organization will enhance support to private sector development and decent work creation, with a focus on green jobs.
International Women’s Day 2023
06 March 2023
A new indicator developed by the International Labour Organization finds that women’s access to employment, working conditions and pay gap have barely improved in the past two decades.
Joint ILO-UNICEF report
01 March 2023
Multiple crises set to plunge more children into poverty creating an urgent need to scale-up social protection, new joint ILO-UNICEF report warns.
World Day of Social Justice 2023
20 February 2023
In a statement for World Day of Social Justice, ILO Director-General Gilbert F. Houngbo calls for a global momentum to contribute to the reduction and prevention of inequalities.
WESO Trends 2023
16 January 2023
Faltering global employment growth and the pressure on decent working conditions risk undermining social justice, according to the ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2023 report.
International Migrants Day
16 December 2022
Winning entries provide balanced and ethical reporting on migrants and labour migration and encourage the media to address stereotypes and misconceptions.
14 November 2022
Greening workplaces will play an increasingly important role in the green transition, as well as being an aspect of work life that matters greatly to both workers and employers.
ILO Monitor on the World of Work
31 October 2022
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.