Women in management
05 October 2022
A new national digital platform, launched with the patronage of Queen Rania of Jordan, aims to create a comprehensive database of women qualified to hold corporate leadership and board positions, and so increase their presence in private sector decision-making roles.
International Journal of Labour Research
26 September 2022
Trade unions need to strengthen their unity, attract more young people and organize workers in the digital economy, according to a new report.
48th Arab Labour Conference
18 September 2022
In a recorded video address, ILO Director-General Guy Ryder addresses Arab governments, workers and employers meeting in Cairo, Egypt, with a call to pursue with the ILO a shared mission of promoting social justice.
Global Employment Trends for Youth
11 August 2022
A new report, issued ahead of International Youth Day, shows large regional differences in young people's prospects in the labour market.
News on the go
22 July 2022
Zambian constituents of the International Labour Organization have adopted a roadmap towards a human-centred digital future in education.
The 2nd Employment Working Group G20 Meeting: “Improving the Employment Condition to Recover Together”
16 May 2022
The ILO supports the G20 Presidency of Indonesia which is committed to advocate collective action on three main pillars on global health architecture, sustainable energy transition and digital transformation.
Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank
21 April 2022
In statements to the annual meetings of the IMF and the World Bank Group, ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, emphasized the urgency of fostering a human-centred recovery amid a fragile outlook for 2022.
ILO Skills Challenge Innovation Call: winning proposals from Ecuador and Comoros start their innovation journey
05 April 2022
Winning entries of the 2nd and 3rd Skills Challenge Innovation Calls were successfully launched in Ecuador and Comoros, with winning teams, partners and their networks expressing their commitment to support e-formality through skills development in Latin America and the Caribbean and around the prevention of forced labour through skills and lifelong learning in Africa.
Informal ministerial meeting of the Ministers of Labour (EPSCO)
15 February 2022
In a video statement to the EU labour ministers of the Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO), ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, addresses the “need to accelerate and to steer the transition to a greener, more sustainable, more digital economy”.
10 February 2022
In collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science, the ILO project, “E-TVET in Ukraine: Training continuity and modernization during COVID-19 and beyond,” helped to develop quality e-Learning solutions for technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutes across the country.