News and events on supply chains

September 2016

  1. Better Work is better business in global supply chains

    27 September 2016

July 2016

  1. Panel discussion on Partnerships to End Forced Labour in Supply Chains

    19 July 2016

June 2016

  1. World Day Against Child Labour

    8 June 2016 - 30 June 2020

  2. End child labour in supply chains: It's everyone's business

    8 June - 31 December 2016

    The focus of the 2016 World Day Against Child Labour is on child labour and supply chains. The ILO will mark the the day with an event held in Geneva on Wednesday 8 June.

  3. National voices from the cooperative movement at the International Labour Conference 2016

    03 June 2016

  4. Global voices from the cooperative movement at the International Labour Conference 2016

    03 June 2016

April 2015

  1. Multinational enterprises, development and decent work: the approach of the MNE Declaration

    15 - 19 June 2015

    This five-day course will look at how governments, enterprises and the social partners are encouraged to each put policies in place and engage with each other through dialogue to maximize the positive contribution of multinational enterprises to socio economic development and decent work.

October 2014

  1. Multinational Enterprises, Development and Decent Work

    14 October 2014

    Special information session on the implementation strategy of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy in the American region.

November 2009

  1. U.S. Garment Buyers Team Up to Support Better Work

    19 November 2009

    The US Council for International Business (USCIB) has announced support for Better Work by five of the biggest U.S. apparel companies--Gap Inc., Levi Strauss & Co., Nike, Walmart and the Walt Disney Company—which will contribute over USD $1 million to Better Work through the USCIB’s foundation.

August 2006

  1. IFC and ILO team up to improve working conditions in global supply chains

    25 August 2006

    The International Finance Corporation, the private arm of the World Bank, and the International Labour Organization agreed on Monday, August 21, 2006, to collaborate in developing a global programme for better labour standards in global supply chains.