01 June 2021
The Ministry of Labour and Employment Promotion of Peru and the ILO presented the definition of green jobs in Peru and indicators for assessing them, an essential step in driving a recovery in the labour market with decent work (in Spanish)
27 May 2021
Saudi Arabia ratifies the Protocol of 2014 to the Forced Labour Convention
The ILO-MOHRSS Tripartite Seminar on the Forced Labour Convention (No. 29) and Protocol of 2014 to the Forced Labour Convention (P29) held in Beijing
06 May 2021
The Competition aims to recognize fair and balanced media reports that contribute to the elimination of public misperception, xenophobia and discrimination against migrant workers and highlight the positive contributions they make.
05 May 2021
Korea recognizing respect for fundamental labour standards as the foundation for tackling the challenges of the future of work
29 April 2021
The Republic of Korea’s ratification of 3 fundamental ILO Conventions was marked in a virtual ceremony with the ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder.
22 April 2021
In partnership with the IOM and IHRB, ILO convened a global forum to discuss key fair recruitment issues, attracting 1,600 attendees.
19 April 2021
Top Brazilian designers led a workshop earlier this year to teach victims of slave labor a new and more dignified career in fashion. The workshop is part of the "Slave Labour Never Again" project: a collaboration among the Public Ministry for Employment, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the University of Campinas (Unicamp).
15 April 2021
Many migrant workers – particularly low skilled workers – find themselves paying large recruitment fees to intermediaries in order to secure work overseas. The recruitment processes are often unclear and opens them up to abuse. The ILO has been addressing the issue through its Fair Recruitment Initiative. Find out more in our latest Infostory.
The forum, organized by International Labour Organization (ILO), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) will gather global brands, suppliers, recruitment agencies, governments, employers’ and workers' organisations, and intergovernmental and civil society organisations to take stock, nurture ideas, foster engagement, and inspire action.