14 December 2022
02 November 2021
ILO’s project focussing on strengthening tripartite constituents’ capacity to recover from COVID-19 through dialogue and improved representation in Cambodia
28 September 2020
12 January 2018
The goal of the Global Deal Flagship Report is to provide an international portrait of the state of social dialogue to identify challenges and opportunities, promote exchange of ideas and experiences, discuss joint projects and solutions and provide solid evidence to policy-makers and stakeholders.
12 January 2018
Planned activities: Undertake research to collect best practices on social dialogue and industrial relations processes and mechanisms targeting mainly Global Deal associated partners. Purpose and objectives of the activities against which the results will be reported: Selected governments, workers and employers' organisations at national and global levels, private sector companies and multinationals. Target groups: Identify best practices focusing on social dialogue and industrial relations and coordinate national and international consultants to carry out timely research to highlight case studies in support of the Global Deal.
New industrial relations framework in respect of the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles & Rights at Work (NIRF/FPRW) in Viet Nam
20 December 2016
The project's development goal is to contribute to sustainable and inclusive economic growth of Vietnam by building effective industrial relations institutions and practices based on freedom of association and effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining.
10 November 2016
The aim of the Regulating for Decent Work (RDW) project is to develop a coherent response to the arguments against labour laws that have dominated employment policy in recent years. It also aims to advance research and policy directions tailored towards making labour market regulation more effective. To this end, it questions whether the goal of improving working life can be advanced through legal regulation, and whether carefully designed labour regulations and enforcement mechanisms, rather than a retreat from labour laws, may be a more promising avenue for future social and economic progress.
01 October 2016
The overall objective of this project is increased compliance with labour law and ILO fundamental principles and rights at work.
29 August 2016
This project aims to build the institutional capacity of Chinese workers, employers, and their respective organizations to carry out voluntary collective bargaining and to resolve labor disputes efficiently and effectively. The program further aims to support the ILO's tripartite constituents in China to strengthen collective bargaining institutions and governance frameworks for the promotion and improved application of core labor standards, especially in relation to disadvantaged groups of workers.
Labour Standards in Global Supply Chains project: A Programme of Action for Asia and the Garment Sector
01 December 2014
The development objective of the Labour Standards in Global Supply Chains (LSGSC) project was to improve the lives of workers and increase decent work opportunities in global supply chains (GSCs) in the garment sector, starting with the project’s beneficiary countries: Cambodia, Indonesia and Pakistan. The project’s programme of action included interventions at factory-level and country-level as well as global and Asia regional components.
01 October 2014
This project aims to assist the country in strengthening tripartite and bipartite social dialogue through institutional and legislative improvement along with activities aimed at strengthening the capacities of government, employers’ organizations and trade unions to engage effectively in social dialogue.
Integrated actions towards improved and more equitable working conditions for vulnerable groups of workers
26 September 2014
This ILO project aims at designing and implementing policies, laws and programmes related to wages, working time and working conditions of socially disadvantaged groups of workers in Cape Verde, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Tanzania and Zambia.
Support the development of industrial relations, wage fixing and labour law implementation in Vietnam
02 June 2014
Following the adoption of a new Labour Code and Trade Union Law in 2012, the Project's overall objective is to support the implementation of these laws and enhance the compliance of regulations and practices with international labour standards.
30 May 2014
The project aims to improve industrial relations in the garment industry through a mixture of policy advice and capacity building in selected enterprises at the industry level and at the national level.
24 May 2014
31 December 2013
The ILO-Sweden Partnership Agreement contributes to increase the capacity of governments, domestic workers organizations, trade unions and employers’ organizations to promote decent work for domestic workers in Zambia, Tanzania, Paraguay, the Philippines, and India. The project supports advocacy and awareness-raising, the development of national knowledge about the domestic work sector, social dialogue, the design of legal and policy reforms, C189 ratification processes, capacity-building of domestic workers’ organizations, and initiatives by trade unions and employers’ organizations to address issues concerning domestic workers.
Developing tripartite institutions and mechanisms that advocate for and promote the realization of core labour rights in Colombia
01 August 2013
01 January 2012
01 October 2011
The Project aims to contribute to the promotion of decent work in Egypt by supporting improved compliance with fundamental principles and rights at work. Accordingly, the main focus of the Project is to improve workplace cooperation and labour law compliance through capacity building and joint training programmes for both, employers and workers in labour-intensive export sectors.
06 September 2010
TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROJECT. The work of caring and cleaning in the employer’s home for pay, one of the most important occupations for millions of women around the world, is precarious, low-paid, and unprotected, as it is often excluded totally or in part from the scope of labour law. If decent work is to become a reality for these workers, national laws and enforcement mechanisms must identify and address the specific characteristics of domestic work. In 2011, the ILO is expected to adopt new, specific international labour standards on domestic work.