As it celebrates its centenary year, the International Labour Organization (ILO) must help to tackle inequality in the world of work through the efforts of its 180-plus members, said Director-General Guy Ryder on Wednesday.
UN mission concludes Colombia arms removal process
The process of extracting arms and scrap ammunition from rebel camps in Colombia has been completed, the UN mission in the country has reported.
Berlin meeting focuses on development and economic benefits of migration
Decent “green” jobs are the future and they must be placed at the heart of the sustainable development agenda, the chief of the International Labour Organization (
Innovation turns problems into progress, UN says on World IP Day
“Everyone can do their bit” to re-use more wastewater
Everyone around the world “can do their bit” to reduce and re-use wastewater.
Activists, celebrities and governments are joining the UN to combat what they describe as the “great robbery” of pay inequality
Women are often employed in unpaid work, but public employment programmes can help address this inequality.
The global unemployment rate is expected to rise by 3.4 million this year, bringing the number of jobless people to just over 201 million.