08 February 2022
Sai Sai is a migrant construction worker in Chiang Mai, a city in Northern Thailand. Under Thai legislation, migrant workers were not allowed to do skilled construction work. Sai Sai along with other migrant workers and local organizations worked together to get the law amended.
04 February 2022
31 January 2022
Today, more than 160 million children are in child labour and 25 million people are in forced labour. What do they need? How do they feel? And who is helping them?
New US Department of Labor funding to advance the fight against child labour, forced labour and human trafficking worldwide
20 January 2022
Contribution of US$ 10 million supports ILO’s work to address the root causes of child labour, forced labour and human trafficking
23 December 2021
22 December 2021
20 December 2021
An opinion editorial by Tauvik Muhamad, programme manager for ILO's skills development and Muhammad Nour, ILO's programme coordinator for Accelerator Lab 8.7, in conjunction with the commemoration of the International Migrants Day. The opinion article was published by the Jakarta Post on 20 December.
17 December 2021
The competition aims to promote balanced and ethical reporting on migrants and labour migration and encourage the media to address stereotypes and misconceptions.
ILO discusses the role of cooperatives in promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW) in value chains
15 December 2021
The ILO was invited to participate and present in the panel “Strengthening our Cooperative Identity by supporting ethical value chain management” organized in the framework of the ICA’s 33rd World Cooperative Congress.
02 December 2021
Celebrity advocates voice the harrowing stories of people trapped in forced labour, to raise awareness of the issue and support the campaign to eliminate modern slavery in all its forms.