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August 2010

  1. World of Work Magazine n°69, August 2010 - The fight against child labour: Moving into a higher gear

    01 August 2010

    This issue of the ILO magazine focuses on the fight against child labour and also features stories from the world of work: Green jobs, cooperatives and the crisis, ILO at the G20...

July 2010

  1. SAP-FL Newsletter: Issue 1 - 2010

    10 July 2010

    Newsletter prepared by the ILO Special Action Programme to combat forced labour. First issue 2010

April 2010

  1. World of Work Magazine n°68 - April 2010: Decent work for domestic workers

    01 April 2010

    World of Work magazine is published three times a year by the Department of Communication and Public Information of the ILO in Geneva and distributed free of charge. This 68th edition focuses on Domestic work but also contains news from the world of work.

March 2010

  1. News@ILO, March 2010

    01 March 2010

    The March 2010 e-newsletter of the ILO in Asia and the Pacific contains the latest news from the regional office, a feature on India's Decent Work Country Programme, a selection of the latest publications, and details of forthcoming events and meetings.

February 2010

  1. News@ILO, February 2010

    01 February 2010

    The February 2010 e-newsletter of the ILO in Asia and the Pacific contains the latest news from the regional office, a feature on persons with HIV/AIDS in India, a selection of the latest publications, and details of forthcoming events and meetings.

December 2009

  1. IPEC news, vol. 3, Novembre 2009

    03 December 2009

    Newsletter of the ILO's International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour. In this issue: Editorial: Signing ceremony in Brazil opens the door to wider South-South cooperation; Current issues: Global Jobs Pact can help the fight against child labour; Preparations for the Global Child Labour Conference 2010; Central America and the Dominican Republic launch Roadmaps; Facts: Training on economic reintegration of children formerly associated with armed forces in Sudan; Thematic topic: From South-South to new modes and momentum for cooperation; News from the regions: Mali and Morocco exchange experiences; Understanding child labour and youth employment in Mongolia; Policy draws on juvenile justice system study in Bulgaria; Child labour model incorporated in the social protection system in Chile; Success stories: Alban coming back to school; Patrick becomes the Village Barber.

  2. News@ILO, December 2009/January 2010

    01 December 2009

    The December 2009/January 2010 edition of the ILO's Asia Pacific e-newsletter contains the latest news from the regional office, a feature on the empowerment of persons with disabilities in Viet Nam and the region, a selection of the latest publications, and details of forthcoming events and meetings.

November 2009

  1. News@ILO, November 2009

    01 November 2009

    The November edition of the ILO's Asia Pacific e-newsletter contains the latest news from the regional office, a feature on migration policy in Thailand, a selection of the latest publications, and details of forthcoming events and meetings.

October 2009

  1. News@ILO, October 2009

    01 October 2009

    The first edition of the e-newsletter from the ILO Regional Office in Asia and the Pacific contains five sections. News Round-up covers the latest developments and activities; the Feature section looks at climate change in Jabongo, Philippines; Look Ahead highlights some forthcoming events; Calendar offers a fuller list of meetings and events in October and November; Book Shelf gives details of some recent publications.

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