8 March 2004
Every year, the ILO celebrates International Women's Day to emphasize its commitment to gender equality and equal recognition. On the schedule this year are a three-day film festival and a panel discussion on women in the judiciary.
2 - 5 December 2003
This meeting brings together governments, employers and workers of Africa to discuss ILO's planning activities as well as Decent Work strategies for Africa's development.
24 November - 3 December 2003
The Conference adopted three resolutions concerning: household income and expenditure statistics, consumer price indices, and further work on the International Standard Classification of Occupations.
3 September 2003
Asbestos Conference Dresden, 3 September 2003
20 August 2003
A new edition of Red Card Campaign against child labour will be launched on the occasion of the Football match Switzerland vs France at the Geneva Stadium on 20 August 03, with the support of the Swiss Football Association and the French Federation of football.
12 June 2003
Child trafficking is one of the worst forms of child labour. Although no precise figures exist, an estimated 1.2 million children - both boys and girls - are trafficked each year into exploitative work in agriculture, mining, factories, armed conflict or commercial sex work. On 12 June 2003, the second World Day Against Child Labour, the ILO will focus attention on trafficking in children - everywhere it occurs and in whatever form - to prevent and stop the practice.
22 - 23 May 2003
18 December 2002
The Real Madrid football club and the International Labour Organization (ILO) are teaming up to raise a "Red card" to the child labour in its worst forms - a practice that traps one of every eight children - or some 180 million worldwide - in exploitative, often dangerous work.
10 - 13 December 2002
The International Labour Organization (ILO) held its XVth Regional Meeting of ILO member States in the Americas to seek a "productive solution" to the region's labour troubles, at a time when the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean are facing a situation marked by a rise in unemployment, an increase in poverty and a pronounced decline in social and labour conditions.
12 June 2002
The International Labour Organization (ILO) launched the first World Day Against Child Labour in 2002 as a way to highlight the plight of working children. Observed on June 12th, the day is intended to serve as a catalyst for the growing worldwide movement against child labour.