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Unemployment Rates, OECD – Updated 10 May
G20 Empower: Building a pipeline of talents is key to women’s leadership
38th Universal Periodic Review of human rights UK statement on Palau
UNAIDS condemns new law that further criminalizes and marginalizes vulnerable groups of people in Uganda
Supply chains firms urged to protect seafarers’ rights
UN launches key initiative to protect seafarers’ human rights amid COVID-19 crisis
Statement on decision by US to support TRIPS waiver for COVID-19 vaccines
Is future ready for youth? Youth employment policies for evolving labour markets
UN Secretary-General calls for a greater focus on ending inequalities to end AIDS
UNAIDS welcomes Lord Fowler as an ambassador
ILO calls for full respect of seafarers’ rights and for vaccination of seafarers
Second Employment Working Group Meeting
COVID-19 and safety at work
Key workers need greater protections amidst COVID fight, new ILO report warns
ILO calls for resilient occupational safety and health systems for future emergencies
Invest in climate education to build a better workforce for a greener future
ILO kicks off Green Week to ‘jump-start’ a sustainable future
Somalia recognizing decent work for women and men as foundation of peace and resilience
Groups’ pandemic responses to nations often at odds
Statement in support of Amazon workers, Bessemer Alabama
Benefits of continuing to provide life-saving HIV services outweigh risk of COVID-19 transmission by 100 to 1
Improving prospects, social cohesion and peaceful coexistence for forcibly displaced persons and host communities
Unemployment Rates, OECD – Updated 12 April
COVID-19 strategies must invest in human-centred recovery, ILO tells World Bank/IMF
26 million jobs lost in Latin America and Caribbean during a year of pandemic
Statement by Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director of UNAIDS, on occasion of World Health Day
Training programme that “Empowers, Skills, Employs”
Overcoming barriers and stereotypes: Social inclusion in Technical and Vocational Education and Training
Inclusive structural transformation, employment policies and innovative solutions for a better future of work
International action and collaboration for a decade of delivery on climate change
ILO Governing Body concludes its 341st session
Lanao del Sur launches biggest water system with ILO, Japan, MOLE
Fifty steps forward against forced labour
Half of blacklisted Aswan fleet in hot water as Australia detains two ships
341st Session of ILO Governing Body Joint statement from Canada and UK
Qatar’s new minimum wage enters into force
Help needed for “heroes” of road
UNAIDS welcomes bold support from United States of America in response to colliding pandemics
50 for Freedom forced labour campaign reaches landmark target
UNAIDS warns that violence in Myanmar is impeding access to services for people living with and affected by HIV
UN Human Rights Council 46 UK statement for Universal Periodic Review Adoption – United States of America
UNAIDS is deeply saddened by death of His Majesty King Goodwill Zwelithini of Zulu nation
First Regional Review of Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration in Asia-Pacific Concludes
First Regional Review of Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration Concludes in Asia and Pacific
Unemployment Rates, OECD – Updated 11 March
What if your pencil was a tool against forced labour?
UNAIDS Executive Director, Winnie Byanyima, meets with President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari
UNAIDS message on International Women’s Day 2021