G20 Italy 2021: People, Planet, Prosperity

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    G20 Labour and Employment Ministerial Meeting, Italy

    G20 ministers recommit to human-centred roadmap out of crisis

    The Declaration issued at the conclusion of the G20 Labour and Employment Ministerial Meeting in Italy echoes the ILO Global Call to Action for a Human-Centred Recovery, adopted by delegates at the June session of the 2021 International Labour Conference.

Ministerial Meetings 

  1. Development Ministers Meeting - 29 June 2021

    G20 can help accelerate a human-centred recovery that is inclusive, sustainable, resilient

    Speaking to G20 Development Ministers, the ILO Director-General has welcomed the group’s support for increased international cooperation to distribute vaccines, provide financial support, strengthen social protection and counter the employment impact of the crisis, particularly in developing countries.

  2. Labour and Employment Ministers Meeting - 23 June 2021

    ILO Director-General urges G20 to focus on a human-centred recovery after the pandemic

    Speaking at the G20 Labour and Employment Ministers meeting in Catania, Italy, ILO Director-General Guy Ryder, emphasized the need to prevent long-term scarring of economies and societies and to shape an inclusive, sustainable and resilient response that truly leaves no one behind.

  3. Joint Education and Labour and Employment Ministers Meeting - 22 June 2021

    Invest in youth says ILO Director-General to the G20

    Better skilling and decent work are needed to make sure that long COVID does not mean long-term marginalization of young people from the world of work, emphasized ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, in a speech to the G20 Labour and Employment Ministers meeting in Catania, Italy.

  4. Tourism Ministers Meeting - 4 May 2021

    Protect workers and businesses in the tourism industry

    ILO Deputy Director-General, Martha Newton, called on G20 countries to take action to support the travel and tourism industry, which has been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. She was speaking at a virtual G20 Tourism Ministers’ meeting on 4 May, that discussed how governments can support the sector.

ILO presentations to the G20 working Groups 

  1. Employment Working Group (EWG)
    Women at Work in G20 countries: progress and policy action [report] [presentation
    Digital platforms and the world of work in G20 countries: status and policy action [report]
    Work organization in the digital age: telework [paper] | [presentation]
    Beyond COVID-19: Towards more inclusive and resilient social protection systems [paper] | [presentation]
    Linking income support measures to active labour market policies [paper] | [presentation]
    Proposed indicators of gender gaps in job quality [paper] | [presentation]

    Framework Working Group (FWG)
    The role of digital labour platforms in transforming the world of work [presentation]
    Digital inclusion, labour markets inequalities and Covid-19 recovery [presentation]
    7th ILO Monitor: COVID-19 and the world of work [presentation]
    Digital Transformations in the World of Work [presentation]

    Development Working Group (DWG)
    Financing social protection through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond [paper] [presentation]