Contributions Overview

International Women’s Day 2022: Investing in care for all

International Women’s Day 2022: Investing in care for all

The ILO celebrates this year’s International Women’s Day by advocating for large-scale investments in a package of transformative care leave and services that benefit workers, children, families, businesses, societies and the planet.

International Women’s Day 2022: Investing in care for all

International Women’s Day 2022: Investing in care for all

The ILO celebrates this year’s International Women’s Day by advocating for large-scale investments in a package of transformative care leave and services that benefit workers, children, families, businesses, societies and the planet.

Moving the needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector Regional Road Map

Moving the needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector Regional Road Map

This working Road Map complements and supports the ILO paper ‘Moving the Needle: Gender equality and decent work in the garment sector in Asia.’ Guided by a theory of change and set of recommendations and key messages developed by the paper, the Road Map aims to promote increased momentum, cooperation and synergies for gender equality within Asia’s garment sector during the period 2021-22. This draft is currently open for consultation.

Employment and environmental sustainability in India

Employment and environmental sustainability in India

The Employment and Environmental Sustainability Fact Sheets series provides key indicators of employment and environmental sustainability performance. They include: (i) employment in environmental sectors; (ii) skill levels; (iii) vulnerability of jobs; (iv) jobs in renewable energy; and (v) scoring on the Environmental Performance Index.

Towards safer working conditions in the Bangladesh ready-made garment sector

Towards safer working conditions in the Bangladesh ready-made garment sector

The collapse of Rana Plaza in April 2013 highlighted the need for an immediate effort to enhance safety in the Bangladesh ready-made garment sector. The International Labour Organization responded rapidly by working with the Government, employers’ and workers’ organizations to develop a national plan of action to improve fire and building safety.

ILO adopts code of practice on safety and health in textiles, clothing, leather and footwear industries

More than 60 million workers around the globe will benefit from concrete guidance on improving safety and health in one of the world’s oldest manufacturing sectors.

Memindahkan Jarum: Kesetaraan gender dan pekerjaan yang layak di sektor garmen Asia; Ringkasan eksekutif

Memindahkan Jarum: Kesetaraan gender dan pekerjaan yang layak di sektor garmen Asia; Ringkasan eksekutif

Laporan ini menyoroti pentingnya menangani kesetaraan gender di sektor garmen, sekaligus memberikan peta jalan aksi holistik kepada konstituen ILO dan pemangku kepentingan industri yang menempatkan pekerjaan yang layak dan keadilan sosial di jantung model bisnis pascapandemi. Laporan tersebut secara khusus mempertimbangkan kesetaraan gender dalam sektor garmen di Kamboja, Indonesia, Myanmar dan Vietnam.