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2022

  1. South Africa develops its social and solidarity economy

    17 June 2022

    The South African government has embarked on an ambitious programme to develop the social and solidarity economy in the country, with technical support from the International Labour Organization. The social and solidarity economy comprises of entities that pursue social, economic, and environmental objectives in the collective interest of their members and users. Chief Technical Adviser, Kerryn Krige explains.

  2. World Day Against Child Labour : A pray for the children in Ukraine

    03 June 2022

    The war in Ukraine️ is having a devastating impact on the children. On the occasion of the world day against child labour, find out here a pray for the children who are living in Ukraine as well as many countries at war.

  3. Focus on child labour in Africa’s supply chains

    19 May 2022

    Funded by the government of the Netherlands, the ILO's ACCEL Africa project aims to eliminate child labour from supply chains in Africa, including in the cocoa sector in Côte d'Ivoire and the artisanal gold mining sector in Mali. The project's Chief Technical Advisor, Minoru Ogasawara, explains.

  4. How can the ILO contribute towards trade union revitalization?

    24 March 2022

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has opened new opportunities for trade union revitalization. Discover how can the ILO contribute towards the strengthening of trade union movement around the world.

2021

  1. New Online Training for Trade Unions on UN Agenda 2030 and Decent Work

    25 November 2021

    This Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) aims to raise the interest of trade unions on matters related to UN processes, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)and Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCPs) .

  2. © ILO 2022

    COVID-19 pandemic: What priorities for Trade Unions?

    16 November 2021

    The 2021 edition of the International Journal of Labour Research explores strategies for workers and their organizations to shape the COVID-19 responses policies and build a human-centred recovery from the pandemic. The journal reveals key findings on various topics of special interest to trade unions and provide guidance on policies in building forward better. Discover three priorities stressed by the Journal for trade unions…

  3. We work to end child labour in DR Congo’s cobalt mines

    09 November 2021

    ILO Chief Technical Advisor, Josée Blandine Ongotto, speaks from the field about the COTECCO Project, which is combating child labour in cobalt mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with funding from the US Department of Labor.

  4. Impact of COVID-19 in the Garment and Textile Industry

    18 October 2021

  5. ILO training provides refugee with tools to start his own company

    12 August 2021

    Dawit Gebre Yohannes, an Eritrean refuge in Ethiopia, took part in the ILO's flagship Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB) training (delivered in partnership with the regional NGO, ZOA), the world’s largest entrepreneurship development programme. He now has a ready-to-implement business plan and dreams of running his own software company.

  6. With the right business training, Ethiopian youth can turn their dreams into reality

    12 August 2021

    Tsehaynesh Birhanu, who lives in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, wanted to prove she could be a success. She joined the ILO Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB) training (delivered in partnership with the regional NGO, ZOA), the world’s largest entrepreneurship development programme. She now feels anything is possible and encourages others to embrace their dreams and start their own businesses.