Events and meetings

Events and meetings

  1. Africa marked the World Day Against Child Labour in Africa and the Day of the African Child!

    18 June 2021

    The African Union, ILO and UNICEF held a virtual Continental event to mark the World Day against Child Labour. The event brought together key actors, who discussed strategies to address child labour, taking a holistic and systemic approach based on the 2020 Global Estimates on Child Labour and related recommendations, which had been launched by the ILO and UNICEF on 10 June.

  2. ILO Online Course on ''Monitoring and Evaluation of Youth Employment Programmes"

    14 June - 23 July 2021

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) in partnership with the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) is organising an online training course intended to capacitate participants to develop and implement results measurement plans for youth employment programmes and contribute to the monitoring and evaluation framework of the Nigerian Youth Employment Action Plan (NIYEAP).

  3. COVID-19 Recovery : What role for Trade Unions?

    12 June 2021

    This Workers'Voices will focus on the role to be played by workers and their organizations to shape the recovery policies to build the world post covid.

  4. COVID Recovery: How to extend social protection to all?

    8 June 2021

    This session of the Workers'Voices focuses on obstacles and strategies to access to universal social protection to all.

  5. Stakeholders Consultation Workshop on Promoting Employment in Nigeria

    31 May 2021

    The Promoting Employment in Nigeria (PEN) Project is organising a Stakeholders’ Consultation Workshop on the 31st of May 2021. This inception workshop would provide an opportunity for national tripartite partners to deliberate on the project strategy and validate the draft work plan of the PEN Project. The objective of the PEN project is to strengthen the evidence-base on employment in Nigeria; employment governance frameworks; and institutional capacity for the transition to decent work. This one-day meeting is expected to foster project ownership and collaboration among national stakeholders towards the effective and efficient implementation of planned project activities.

  6. Launch of the Migration Multi-Partner Trust Fund Regional Joint-Programme

    25 May 2021

    Addressing Drivers and Facilitating Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration in the Contexts of Disasters and Climate Change in the IGAD Region

  7. Africa: Regional Launch of UN Cooperation Framework-A Trade Union Reference Manual

    17 May 2021

  8. Launch of the Initiative for the Fight against Child Labour by the Private Sector in Morocco (ILTESAM)

    27 April 2021

    As part of global efforts to mark the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour, the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), in collaboration with the ILO’s project MAP16, is organizing the official launch of its platform ILTESAM, the Initiative for the Fight against Child Labour by the Private Sector in Morocco.

  9. Launch of the Trade for Decent Work Project- Ghana

    27 - 28 April 2021

    The Ghana project aims at improving the application of the ILO Fundamental Conventions as well as compliance with reporting obligations to the ILO supervisory bodies, in particular regarding child labour and the worst forms of child labour, in sectors with high incidence such as the cocoa sector, and related conventions contributing to decent work in those sectors and connected activities in the local and global value chains such as all services and transport.

  10. Africa regional launch of the Climate Action for Jobs Initiative and “the social dimension of the ecological transition” project

    21 April 2021

    In the context of the ILO’s Green Week and this year’s Earth Day, the ILO and its tripartite constituents will host a regional launch of the Climate Action for Jobs Initiative. The event will also launch the social dimension of the ecological transition project on advancing climate action, a just transition, and decent work in Africa.