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Post-COVID future of apparel industry
New report reveals stark inequalities in access to HIV prevention and treatment services for children-partners call for urgent
European Commission and ILO join forces to support young people
ILO estimates reveal heavy job losses in first half of 2021 in Myanmar
Fewer women than men will regain work during COVID-19 recovery: ILO
Fewer women than men will regain employment during COVID-19 recovery says ILO
Youth 20 is starting on Monday 19
ILO welcomes BRICS Ministers support for human-centred recovery from COVID-19
Missed schooling opportunities spur Iman to reach new learning milestones
Address interlocking crises of care, jobs and environment to achieve promise of SDGs, say experts
UNAIDS report shows that people living with HIV face double jeopardy, HIV and COVID-19, while key populations and children continue
Lost in COVID-19 limbo-land: Pandemic hits youth employment hard
UNAIDS is shocked and saddened by assassination of Jovenel Moïse, President of Haiti
UN Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review adoption – Australia
UNAIDS strongly condemns violence against LGBTI activists in Tbilisi, Georgia
UNAIDS calls on Hungary to immediately remove amendments discriminatory to LGBTI people from newly adopted law
UNAIDS Board closes after discussing way forward for new 2022-2026 UNAIDS budget, results and accountability framework
To build back better, transform and invest in care economy, say leaders at Generation Equality Forum Paris
Mauritius ratifies Violence and Harassment Convention
New film sends a powerful message to world leaders: end inequalities, end AIDS
Migrant worker numbers rise by five million: ILO
World needs to prepare for next crisis by setting up Global Fund for Social Protection now – UN expert
UN Human Rights Council 47 Interactive Dialogue with Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons
Global labour migration increases by five million
ILO Governing Body meets, elects new Chair and Vice-Chairs
Trade Unions matter in a human-centred recovery from COVID-19
NZ needs to sign up to international law making workplaces free from violence and harassment
G20 ministers recommit to human-centred roadmap out of crisis
Opening statement by Under-Secretary-General of UN and Executive Director of UN Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
First international treaty to address violence and harassment comes into force
COVID-19 and social protection among key debates as June session of virtual International Labour Conference ends
Global agreement reached at ILO Conference on action for COVID-19 recovery
World leaders to address ILO’s World of Work Summit
UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights 10th anniversary, 16 June 2021 UN human rights standards for business reach
Ten years on, domestic workers still fight for equality and decent work
Domestic workers among hardest hit by COVID crisis, says UN labour agency
10 years on, domestic workers still fight for equality and decent work
Labor Markets in Region Will Be Slow to Recover from Severe Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic in 2020
UN High-Level Meeting on AIDS draws to a close with a strong political declaration and bold new targets to be
International Partnership for Cooperation on Child Labour in Agriculture statement on child labour
World Day Against Child Labor
ILO and UNESCO launching e-learning on skills anticipation and matching to raise youth employment
Child labour figure rises to 160 million, as COVID puts many more at risk
Child labour rises to 160 million – first increase in two decades
ILO and Lebanon pledge to cooperate on improving rural livelihoods
New global pledge to end all inequalities faced by communities and people affected by HIV towards ending AIDS
Opening remarks by UNAIDS Executive Director Winnie Byanyima at High-Level Meeting on AIDS
“Cataclysmic” COVID-19 crisis demands human-centred recovery policies, says ILO Director-General