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January 2022

  1. International Day of Education

    Educators and the changing world of education and work

    24 January 2022

    Effective lifelong learning and quality education for all is essential for a better future of work. If teachers, trainers and support workers are to fulfil this ambition they will need to master new technologies and learning techniques and receive support to deal with their expanded responsibilities.

  2. Video

    Conceptual framework of the self-assessment method for social dialogue institutions: SAM-SDI

    21 January 2022

    This animated video explains the key concepts underpinning the SAM-SDI. It shows how enhancing the inclusiveness and effectiveness of social dialogue institutions should contribute to the overall goal of achieving more socially just and economically sustainable policy outcomes.

  3. Video

    Introduction to a self-assessment method for social dialogue institutions: SAM-SDI

    21 January 2022

    The SAM-SDI is a tool developed by the ILO to enable its constituents to assess and improve the inclusiveness and effectiveness of their social dialogue institutions, and hence their impact on policy-making. This video presents an overview of the SAM-SDI, explaining its background and outlining the six steps of the method.

  4. © KB Mpofu / ILO 2022

    WESO Trends 2022

    ILO downgrades labour market recovery forecast for 2022

    17 January 2022

    The ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook Trends 2022 report warns of a slow and uncertain recovery, as the pandemic continues to have a significant impact on global labour markets.

  5. Video

    ILO World Employment and Social Outlook (WESO): Trends 2022 – The report in short

    17 January 2022

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have significant effects on global labour markets, the ILO warns of a slow and uncertain recovery, and highlights stark differences in the impact the crisis is having across groups of workers and countries.

  6. Publication

    The evolution of labour law: Calibrating and comparing regulatory regimes

    13 January 2022

    Using a newly-created data set which measures legal change over time, the authors present evidence on the evolution of labour law in Germany, France, India, the United Kingdom and the United States. Their analysis casts light on the claim that “legal origin” affects the content of labour law regimes. While some divergence between common law and civil law countries is found at the aggregate level, a more complex picture emerges from consideration of specific areas of labour law. The authors discuss the potential significance of this relatively new measurement-based approach to understanding the forces that shape the evolution of labour law.

  7. © Ars Electronica - Robert Bauer 2022

    Video

    Digital platform workers talk about their experience

    12 January 2022

    Find out about the world of digital labour platforms and the people who work on them, via our interactive map.

  8. Our impact, their voices

    Breaking Stereotypes

    10 January 2022

    Rural women in Kyrgyzstan are successfully developing their own businesses at home instead of migrating abroad.

  9. Statement

    The Director-General of the ILO reacts to the arrest of striking workers in Phnom Penh in a letter to the Prime Minister of Cambodia

    07 January 2022

  10. ILO in action

    Our objective is to improve the job prospects of young people

    05 January 2022

    ILO Chief Technical Advisor, David Andrevon, speaks from Tunis about the ACJEMP project, which is improving the access of youth to the job market through coaching and training. The project is funded by the French Development Agency and aims to support 20,000 young women and men in Tunisia by 2023.