This technical workshop will showcase results of the UN Women and - ILO Joint Programme collaboration, inform on key lessons learnt, share innovative approaches, and reflect on issues and strategic future perspectives on care, decent work and macroeconomic policy.
12 January 2023
In the face or multiple global challenges, the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions has been launched to increase coordination of the multilateral system’s efforts to help countries create 400 million decent jobs in both developed and emerging economies, and to extend social protection to 4 billion people who are currently excluded.
25 November 2022
The first Global Careers Month is being launched in November. Organized jointly by the Inter-Agency Career Guidance Working Group, the initiative aims to shine a spotlight on the importance of career guidance in helping individuals access decent work, careers, and the support they need to plan and develop their careers. The event runs from 8 November to 13 December.
This high-level meeting for invited participants aims to trigger discussion and debate on the issue of social dialogue with and for youth.
09 November 2022
Over more than a decade, a series of economic crises have rocked the labour markets, eliminating millions of jobs in some sectors and spawning millions of new ones in others. This podcast examines the extent of these changes in employment structures, and how they affect different regions of the world and the future of work.
08 November 2022
The Inter-Agency Career Guidance Working Group (IAG CGWG) has launched the first Global Careers Month, which will run from 8 November to 13 December.
17 October 2022
The global phenomenon of digitalization is increasingly going local. Worldwide, informal online platform work is growing, creating new jobs. This podcast looks at Rwandan jobs in the digital era.
10 October 2022
Algorithmic management has been seen as a positive technological and digital factor in the organization of economic activity, but it also raises a range of challenges. While some may see it useful for increasing organizational ability to control and monitor complex economic and work processes, the increasing capacity to collect, store and process digital information also raises questions about privacy and personal space in the workplace.