Catégorie : Justice, état de droit, gouvernance

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Monitoring Climate Change in the Philippines

In the southern Philippines, the lives of farmers and the weather have always been intimately connected. But now, the effects of climate change are making farmers' livelihoods even more vulnerable. By monitoring sever...

33 vues

Filipino domestic workers get labour rights recognition

By ratifying ILO Convention 189, the Philippines become the second country to officially extend basic labour rights to domestic workers. Once excluded from labour laws, thousands of domestic workers will now enjoy the...

32 vues

The broken link: wages & productivity

Productivity is growing worldwide but wages are not keeping pace. That's one of the conclusions of the Global Wage Report by the International Labour Organization. The report also confirms a continuing trend: employee...

37 vues

Garantir le travail décent pour les pêcheurs: convention de l’OIT sur le travail dans la pêche

Le secteur de la pêche emploie plus de 50 millions de personnes à travers le monde, et celles qui tirent leurs revenus de la mer sont souvent exposées à des conditions exigeantes et risquées. La convention (n° 188) su...

46 vues

New skills for new jobs

With high unemployment, workers are increasingly finding themselves looking for work in new occupations where they lack the skills employers are looking for. This skills mismatch means unemployed people are taking lo...

28 vues

Emerging middle classes fuel new global growth engines

Global economic growth slowed sharply in 2012 and its impact on jobs and labour productivity is being felt in every region. Unemployment has gone up the most in the developed economies, such as the European Union. How...

36 vues

Global employment trends for youth 2013 – A generation at risk

An estimated 73.4 million young people - 12.6 per cent -- are expected to be out of work in 2013, and the picture is only set to get worse say Sara Elder and Theo Sparreboom, authors of the Global Employment Trends fo...

23 vues

Policies for youth employment: A global framework to tackle the youth jobs crisis

(CC - Sous-titres français - subtítulos en español) The current jobs crisis has hit young people especially hard. The ILO urges policy makers to work together with social partners to address this alarming situation...

55 vues

6 Steps to a job-friendly recovery

[Subtítulos en español - Sous-titres français - Closed Captions available] Globally, investment as a share of GDP is close to 1 percentage point below the pre-crisis level. Yet emerging economies accounted for 47 per...

34 vues

Full steam ahead for the Maritime Labour Convention

The ILO's Maritime Labour Convention, which enters into force worldwide August 20, 2013, provides for the first time comprehensive protection at work for seafarers, while also promoting conditions of fair competition ...

34 vues

Seafarers’ « Bill of Rights » extends to cruise ships too

The ILO's Maritime Labour Convention, 2006, which comes into effect as international law on August 20, 2013 does not just cover the crews of merchant ships but also anyone working on cruise ships, from machine operato...

90 vues

The Ability Factor: Employing people with disabilities makes good business sense

People with disabilities represent an untapped pool of skills that can enhance business. However, people with disabilities frequently face greatbarriers to work that go beyond physical obstacles -- stereotypes and wr...