Focus group discussion with employers in agriculture and construction sectors on workers’ accommodation
23 September 2022, Chonburi, Thailand
Employers in agriculture and construction sectors to provide better accommodation for women migrant workers in Thailand, ensuring the accommodation free from violence and harassment.
Occupational Safety and Health
21 September 2022, Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistan, paving the way towards ratification of two ILO fundamental Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) conventions, reviews its own policies and discusses the new ILO OSH conventions.
Minister Overseas Pakistanis and HRD reaffirms its commitment to support workers and their families affected by floods in Pakistan
20 September 2022, Islamabad, Pakistan
ILO stands in full support of the Minister, Sajid Hussain Turi, to convene Provincial Governments and Social Partners to chalk out a coordinated roadmap for recovery and reconstruction and uplifting workers and their families out of turmoil in the aftermath of devastating floods.
19 September 2022, Islamabad, Pakistan
The ILO has joined the combined UN effort to support Pakistan in the wake of the most severe flooding in the country’s recent history, including with the rollout of infrastructure rehabilitation and cash-for-work initiatives.
19 September 2022,
In early September, representatives of ILO partner organizations from across the region gathered for two workshops to increase their knowledge on how to deliver more gender-inclusive business development services.
18 September 2022, Karachi, Pakistan
The ILO Office for Pakistan convened a stakeholders’ validation workshop in Karachi to present the key findings and recommendations coming from rapid assessment relating to child labour in garbage picking in Pakistan.
15 September 2022, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
In common with many countries around the world, Mongolia needs to make difficult decisions regarding its pension scheme. Nuno Meira Simoes da Cunha, the International Labour Organization’s Senior Technical Specialist on Social Protection explains why reforming the current system would be a better approach rather than making radical changes.
14 September 2022, Pacific Island Countries
The International Labour Organization and the International Organization for Migration have jointly prepared a policy brief on ‘Climate Change and Labour Mobility in Pacific Island Countries.’
14 September 2022,
The ILO's Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV) launched a new resource package on social protection to assist workers and their organizations. Ursula Kulke, Senior Social Protection Specialist, explains the objectives of this resource package and the role of Unions to achieve universal social protection.
Occupational safety and health
The Lao People's Democratic Republic ratifies the two fundamental Conventions on Occupational Safety and Health
13 September 2022,