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Papers of the Governing Body. 325th Session (Nov. 2015). This document summarizes key features of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, discusses their implications for the Organization and proposes points for decision regarding ILO follow-up action in the context of the end to poverty centenary initiative in the run-up to the 2019 session of the International Labour Conference, including the preparation of the Strategic Plan for 2018–21.
Promoting jobs and enterprise, guaranteeing rights at work, extending social protection and promoting social dialogue are the four pillars of the ILO Decent Work Agenda with gender as a cross-cutting theme.
Papers of the Governing Body. 328th Session (Nov. 2016). As requested by the Governing Body at its 326th Session, this paper summarizes recent developments within the United Nations system in relation to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, relevant discussions and decisions of the International Labour Conference, and progress in the roll-out of the Office 2030 Implementation Plan.
Text of a recommendation on teacher status - covers teacher training, further training, working conditions, responsibilitys, academic freedom, social security, and the teacher shortage. Conference held in Paris 1966 Oct 5.
Ensuring that the work done by women and men is valued fairly and ending pay discrimination is essential to achieving gender equality. However, pay inequality continues to persist and gender pay gaps in some instances have stagnated or even increased.
Examines the current state of the labour market, assessing the most recent developments and making global and regional projections of unemployment, vulnerable employment and working poverty. Analyses key job quality indicators, devoting particular attention to informality, underemployment and temporary employment. It also takes stock of structural sectoral shifts and ageing, two long-term trends likely to add further pressures on the labour market.
Provides a global overview of recent trends in social protection systems, including social protection floors. Based on new data, it offers a broad range of global, regional and country data on social protection coverage, benefits and public expenditures on social protection.