Facing rapid changes in the world of work, labour statisticians meet to update measurement of key concepts of labour statistics
11 October 2023
The International Conference of Labour Statisticians, the global standard-setting body for labour market statistics, is meeting at the ILO to review new trends and requirements in data gathering and usage, and methods for measuring key indicators related to advancing social justice.
ILO Myanmar Commission of Inquiry finds far-reaching violations of freedom of association and forced labour Conventions
04 October 2023
The Commission of Inquiry urges the Myanmar military authorities to immediately cease all forms of violence, torture and other inhumane treatment against trade unionists, and to end all forms of forced or compulsory labour.
25 September 2023
Journalists are invited to submit articles showing exemplary media coverage on labour migration and fair recruitment.
05 September 2023
The ILO’s 8.7 Accelerator Lab programme has embarked on a joint venture with the University of Diponegoro to bolster the battle against forced labour in the fishing sector.
02 August 2023
The ILO, with support from the European Union, and Stella Maris join forces to capture experiences of return migrant fishers and develop a comprehensive pre-departure orientation in the Philippines to combat abuses, forced labour and human trafficking.
28 July 2023
Global crises, conflicts, socio-economic inequalities, migration and the climate emergency are increasing the risk of human trafficking. What can be done, and by whom, to counter this threat?
28 July 2023
The video features the importance of joint labour inspection at Indonesian fishing sector to ensure the labour rights of fishers and to prevent forced labour at sea.
27 July 2023
Modern slavery affects 28 million people worldwide. Behind these statistics are millions of harrowing human stories. Jonas was deceived, trafficked to the UK and pushed to the brink.
ILO supports Indonesia’s joint labour inspection in the fishing sector to prevent forced labour at sea
05 July 2023
The ILO through its 8.7 Accelerator Lab programme has supported Indonesia to improve working conditions of fishers and prevent forced labour through the establishment of joint labour inspection system and strengthened coordination between labour and fisheries inspectors.
05 July 2023
Ivorian football star, Didier Drogba, has warned young, aspiring African footballers about the dangers of exploitation and human trafficking – part of a campaign run by the ILO, the International Federation of Professional Footballers’ Associations (FIFPRO) and the Didier Drogba Foundation. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the risks facing young footballers hoping to realize their dreams of playing in the big leagues abroad.