• © Bryon Lippincott

    Global labour market to deteriorate further as Ukraine conflict and other crises continue

    Unemployment and inequality both look set to rise because multiple and overlapping economic and political crises are threatening labour market recovery worldwide, according to the latest edition of the ILO Monitor on the World of Work.

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  • ILO Governing Body to hold autumn session

    31 October – 10 November 2022

    The ILO’s new Director-General, Gilbert F. Houngbo, will present his first report to the International Labour Organization’s Governing Body meeting, which opens on October 31.

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  • © Andre Uspenski

    Living to dance and dancing to live

    Podcast – World Ballet Day

    What happens to dancers when they stop performing? What’s it like to have a career that relies heavily on the physical ability of youth, and how easy is it to build a second one? On World Ballet Day, the Future of Work podcast is in conversation with Jennifer Curry, Executive Director of Dancers' Career Development, and William Bracewell, Principal Dancer with the Royal Ballet Company.

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  • ILO at COP27: Focus on just transition

    27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC, 7 – 18 November

    Keeping the social dimension of climate change at the forefront of discussions will be the focus of events being organized by the International Labour Organization at the COP27 UN Climate Change Conference.

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