03 August 2021
A step towards formalization of women-led, small and micro home-based enterprises in Nepal’s supply chains helps business and workers alike.
7 June - 2 July 2021
This four-weeks course provides practical guidance to investment promotion agencies and other institutions with a mandate in investment promotion and facilitation to enhance the development impacts of FDI flowing into their countries, particularly as regards the creation of more and better jobs and to address the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The course is run jointly by World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (WAIPA), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO).
International labour standards and corporate social responsibility: the labour dimension of human rights due diligence
18 October - 12 November 2021
Online course aims to strengthen the capacity of participants to understand the principles of international labour standards as they relate to company operations (including due diligence related to labour rights) and how those principles can be most effectively implemented in company operations.
Massive Online Open Course - Business and Decent Work: How enterprises contribute to achieve decent work for all (SDG 8)
6 September - 15 October 2021
06 May 2021
A new ILO report 'Moving the Needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector' examines the status and trends relating to women and gender dynamics in Asia’s garment sector while providing a roadmap for action to accelerate progress towards gender equality.
Vision Zero Fund High Level Forum - 2021 and Beyond: Collective Action for Safe and Healthy Supply Chains
23 - 25 February 2021
19 November 2020
Putting Nexus into Practice: Using and Developing Markets to Promote Livelihoods and Decent Work in Fragile Contexts
21 October 2020
How ILO and UNHCR Went from Talk to Walk Using a Joint Approach for Inclusive Market Systems
21 October 2020
Collapsing consumer demand, government lockdown measures and disruptions to raw material imports have taken their toll on the Asia Pacific garment industry, says a new ILO report.