Labour market policy and high-quality development
ILO Symposium advances integration of labour market policies into macroeconomic framework for high-quality economic development
31 October 2023, Haikou, China
Tripartism and social dialogue
31 October 2023, Bangkok, Thailand
Joint efforts seek to strengthen responsible business practices and global competitiveness of the automotive industry.
Stakeholders validate evaluation of ILO interventions to promote decent work for vulnerable segments of society
31 October 2023, Islamabad, Pakistan
Participants in the validation event heard testimonials from stakeholders how the project has brought change in their lives.
Skills development and employability
31 October 2023, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Agreement will see collaboration aimed at promoting lifelong learning, and enhancing employability throughout the country.
31 October 2023, Dili, Timor-Leste
The ILO and key labour actors jointly review the progresses, challenges, and ways forward of Timor-Leste Decent Work Country (DWCP) Programme 2022-2025.
30 October 2023, Sumatra and Kalimantan Islands, Indonesia
The ILO supports labour-management cooperation in the palm oil sector in Indonesia with the signing of collective bargaining agreements in 31 companies in Sumatra and Kalimantan.
Prevention of HIV at workplace
Indonesia launches its HIV/AIDS National Action Plan to accelerate the achievement of Ending AIDS by 2030
27 October 2023, Jakarta, Indonesia
The ILO supports the Ministry of Manpower developing the National Action Plan on Preventing and Handling HIV/AIDS at Workplace 2024-2028 as a guideline for synergising actions in preventing and handling HIV/AIDS at workplaces in 27 districts and cities nationwide.
27 October 2023, Bangkok, Thailand
The gap between male and female labour market participation rates remains high despite three decades of economic growth with South Asia home to the biggest differences.
25 October 2023,
Importance of continuing efforts to facilitate free flow of skilled workers within the region discussed.
24 October 2023, Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
To better protect the labour rights of potential Indonesian migrant workers, the ILO and IOM jointly develop pre-departure training modules and relevant informational materials for palm oil sector in Indonesia-Malaysia Corridor.