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A new ILO report
A new ILO report calls for additional measures to support jobs and enterprises, plus social protection and a stop to further wage cuts in the country.
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Joint ILO MPI reports
Against a backdrop of aging populations and persistently low economic growth, few European governments are doing enough to help recent immigrants move from low-skilled precarious jobs and into decent work.
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Labour market
New ILO study calls on governments and social partners in Europe to provide workers with skills that match those demanded by employers.
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Sustainability Compact for Bangladesh
ILO Deputy-Director General calls for further improvements on labour conditions in textile factories.
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16-17 October 2014, Ankara
Government, workers' and employers' representatives and other relevant stakeholders agreed on the main elements of a roadmap on how to improve occupational safety and health (OSH) in mines.
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The ILO-Brussels interviewed Brussels youth in the streets and asked them questions about their jobs and studies, job expectations and the employment situation in Europe.
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Social dialogue and labour law
Gathering of government, worker and employer representatives discussed Greek industrial relations and labour issues.
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At the high-level conference "The Youth Guarantee: Making it Happen", the Director-General of the ILO Guy Ryder praised the European Youth Guarantee.
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Employment
A new ILO report presents a series of measures to stimulate much needed job creation and cut mass unemployment in Spain amid some signs of economic recovery.
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