Flyer Regional Conference for Asia
Aim of the meeting
The conference is a contribution to accelerate progress towards achieving SDG Target 8.7. The conference brings together government representatives, workers' and employers' representatives, youth advocates, UN agencies and civil society organisations from across Asia and the Pacific to share lessons and experiences and identify possible action points to ensure that forced labour, human trafficking and child labour will become a thing of the past across the region.
Facilitate and support the Employers group in presenting in various thematic and panel sessions on eradicating forced labour, human trafficking and child labour.
Abidjan Declaration (December 2019)
Registration Form to complete and return by 10 January 2020
IOE Note on Making Decent Work Reality for Youth
IOE Note on Labour Standards
IOE Note on Presidential Panel
IOE Note on Skills and Technological Pathways
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On International Human Rights Day, IOE and its more than 150 national member federations will continue to determinedly address human rights risks and...
The International Training Course on Labour and Social Policies for Decent Work organised by the International Labour Organization (ILO) Research...
Employer experts are invited to return the candidature form before Friday, 10 January
Read IOE's documents related to the ILO regional meeting in Abidjan from 3-6 December. French to come tomorrow.
Organised by the Jordanian National Commission for Women, in collaboration with the Equal Pay International Coalition
Organised by the IOE and the European Union