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24 January 2024
In an effort to spur multilateral cooperation and accelerate progress towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals and Decent Work Agenda, the Philippines joins the first 100 partners of the Global Coalition for Social Justice.
Global unemployment rate set to increase in 2024 while growing social inequalities raise concerns, says ILO report
10 January 2024
Joblessness and the jobs gap have both fallen below pre-pandemic levels but global unemployment will rise in 2024, and growing inequalities and stagnant productivity are causes for concern, according to the ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2024 report.
08 January 2024
Workshop highlights best practices and lessons learned in implementing Employment Injury and Insurance Schemes.
18 December 2023
Skills experts from across Asia make case for continuous learning in order to keep ahead of momentous changes taking place in workplaces.
26 November 2023
The ILO also estimates that 395 million workers worldwide sustained non-fatal work injuries.
22 November 2023
This innovative board game aims to equip workers in the fishing and seafood processing sectors with essential knowledge about occupational safety and health
27 October 2023
The gap between male and female labour market participation rates remains high despite three decades of economic growth with South Asia home to the biggest differences.
18 October 2023
Discussions focus on steps needed to help young people across ASEAN find decent work amidst rapidly changing employment environment.
02 August 2023
The ILO, with support from the European Union, and Stella Maris join forces to capture experiences of return migrant fishers and develop a comprehensive pre-departure orientation in the Philippines to combat abuses, forced labour and human trafficking.
01 August 2023
UNICEF and the ILO urge employers in the Philippines to do more to support breastfeeding mothers in the workplace, which is good for mothers, babies and businesses.
28 June 2023
Three-day visit includes meetings with President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr., social partners, migrant workers and a celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Philippines joining the ILO.
27 June 2023
ILO Director-General delivers keynote speech to mark opening of Seafarer Summit 2050 in the Philippines.
23 June 2023
As the Philippines marks its 75th anniversary of ILO membership, ILO Director-General Houngbo will make his first official visit in the country to promote the Global Coalition for Social Justice, which aims to address growing inequalities and persistent poverty, as well as ensure decent work.
30 May 2023
Government officials from across the region exchange and learn about how technology can help young people access decent employment.
27 April 2023
Many migrant workers face wage-related abuses, including non-payment and delayed payment of wages.
19 April 2023
The meeting aims to present innovative XR-enabled solutions for technical and vocational education and training (TVET) delivery, lifelong learning and skills development.
15 March 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how societies have undervalued essential workers, as well as the importance of giving such workers adequate pay and decent working conditions.
16 January 2023
Faltering global employment growth and the pressure on decent working conditions risk undermining social justice, according to the ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2023 report.
10 January 2023
The ILO will publish a new edition of its "World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2023", which looks at the impact of economic slowdown on the global labour market.
09 December 2022
Statement identifies priorities to tackle wide range of existing and new employment challenges facing Asia, the Pacific and Arab States.