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  1. News

    Upskilling mediation and arbitration professional in Greece

    15 November 2023

  2. Labour migration

    ILO Roundtable: Migrant workers’ rights to freedom of association and collective bargaining

    The ILO will host a virtual roundtable to discuss and present the findings of its latest report on the freedom of association and collective bargaining (FACB) rights of migrant workers. The roundtable will gather a panel of stakeholders representing the voices of the world of work and key experts, that will identify key challenges and ideas to ensure that migrant workers effectively enjoy their FACB rights .

  3. News

    Tackling decent work decifits in Indonesia’s palm oil sector with collective bargaining agreements

    30 October 2023

    The ILO supports labour-management cooperation in the palm oil sector in Indonesia with the signing of collective bargaining agreements in 31 companies in Sumatra and Kalimantan.

  4. International Labour Standards

    Congo ratified seven ILO Conventions, including one Fundamental and one Governance Convention

    26 October 2023

  5. News

    ILO-IOM join forces to better protect Indonesian migrant workers in the palm oil sector

    24 October 2023

    To better protect the labour rights of potential Indonesian migrant workers, the ILO and IOM jointly develop pre-departure training modules and relevant informational materials for palm oil sector in Indonesia-Malaysia Corridor.

  6. News

    Timor-Leste and Indonesia collaborate to improve Timorese labour inspectors on violence and harassment at work

    29 September 2023

    The ILO training, with support from the Indonesian labour inspectors, strengthens the capacity of Timorese labour inspectors and mediators on the prevention and handling violence and harassment at work. The training concludes with the recommendation to ratify the ILO Convention No. 190 on Violence and Harassment.

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    Women leadership

    From a stay-at-home mother to a trade union leader

    28 September 2023

    The ILO’s women leadership training programme has inspired a female union leader to continue fighting for the union recognition and labour rights of her fellow workers.

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    ILO study recommends digitizing the unions’ grievance tools and case management system for effective advocacy and policy reform

    21 August 2023

    The ILO latest study provides trade union confederations and their federations with a set of recommendations describing potential features of a new process for grievance management and incorporating technological tools.

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    Womens' empowerment

    ILO supports the development of women trade union leaders in garment industry

    16 August 2023

    The ILO training programmes empower women trade unionists, encouraging them to assume leadership roles and support the recognition of women issues in company’s collective bargaining agreement.

  10. Training tool

    ILO’s training module on collective bargaining of wages

    28 July 2023