04 July 2022
The ITCILO, training arm of the International Labour Organization, invites undergraduate, graduate students and young professionals to participate in the Summer Global Youth Forum 2022 – an experiential learning platform bringing youth at the forefront of efforts aimed at supporting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and achieving its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
18 May 2022
A new ILO-UNICEF report calls for the closing of the social protection coverage gap that means 1.5 billion children are still unsupported by family or child cash benefits.
04 April 2022
The Programme opens for registration until 18 April 2022.
07 March 2022
Plugging existing, significant, gaps in care services could generate almost 300 million jobs and create a continuum of care that would help to alleviate poverty, encourage gender equality, and support care for children and the elderly, says new ILO report released ahead of International Women’s Day.
17 January 2022
The ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook Trends 2022 report warns of a slow and uncertain recovery, as the pandemic continues to have a significant impact on global labour markets.
12 January 2022
11 January 2022
The Code of Conduct on sexual harassment at work is being updated while a new manual is developed to help employers address this issue.
Trainings of trainers contributes to occupational safety promotion in coffee supply chain in Lam Dong
15 December 2021
The events are part of the ILO’s Vision Zero Fund Project on improving safety and health in cooperation with the public and private sector in the coffee supply chain in Viet Nam.
27 October 2021
Ahead of the G20 Leaders’ Summit, ILO warns on stalled global labour market recovery and significant disparities between advanced and developing economies.
Viet Nam Social Security staff trained to better understand and respond to health insurance members’ needs
18 October 2021
To promote member-centric design and efficient implementation of social health insurance, ILO has supported training for Viet Nam Social Security staff on how to carry out satisfaction assessments and effectively meet the needs of users through customer care.
ILO’s Global Flagship Programme on Building Social Protection Floors for All launches its second phase, extending support to 50 focus countries and aiming to improve the lives of 60 million people
07 October 2021
The ILO’s Global Flagship Programme on Building Social Protection Floors for All (SPF Flagship Programme) officially launched its second phase (2021 -2025) at its annual Development Partners meeting on 7 October 2021, announcing an extension of support to 50 focus countries and territories in advancing towards universal social protection.
Virtual workshops share COVID-19 prevention strategies and business continuity plan to support enterprises
25 September 2021
The events take place as Viet Nam is facing the fourth wave of the pandemic which hits many industrial parks and manufacturing clusters, affecting the lives of millions of workers.
01 September 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed and exacerbated the social protection gap between countries with high and low income levels.
18 August 2021
ILO, Vietnamese Women Union join forces to promote gender equality in social insurance and ensure social protection rights in Viet Nam
16 July 2021
One of the recommended policy measures is the introduction of a multi-tiered child benefit to provide support to all children in Viet Nam, while simultaneously promoting an increase in social insurance coverage.
Case Studies on the Intersectional Impacts of Air Pollution on the World of Work of Vulnerable Groups including Women and Youth in Southeast Asia
14 July 2021
02 July 2021
Participants can submit their entries until 31 July 2021.
30 June 2021
A new ILO report estimates that between 2017 and 2019 the number of people migrating for work internationally increased from 164 to 169 million.
17 June 2021
The International Labour Conference has adopted a Global Call to Action outlining measures to create a human-centred recovery from the pandemic and avoid the long-term scarring of economies and societies.
15 June 2021
On the tenth anniversary of the adoption of the Domestic Workers’ Convention, the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed continued vulnerabilities of domestic workers in the labour market.