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The goal of the conference is to provide a forum for high-quality work in labour/development economics.
Universal Child Grants (UCG) are increasingly discussed as a policy instrument to achieve universal social protection and progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. The conference organisers invite research paper proposals based on evidence from the implementation of cash transfers...
Thematic plenary sitting: - Policies for sustainable, productive development for sustained and inclusive growth, with more and better decent jobs. - Policies to promote the transition from the informal to the formal economy and to respond to accelerating technological change and to diverse forms...
The Congress is a platform for the exchange of knowledge and perspectives by safety and health experts, business leaders, government decision-makers, social partners, and everyone with an interest in occupational safety and health. The Congress programme includes an opening and closing ceremony,...
The 16th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting will review progress made towards building a future with Decent Work since the 15th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (held in Japan in 2011). It will bring together national political, economic and social stakeholders from throughout the...
The symposium brings together policy makers, academics and business leaders to the INSEAD Middle East Campus in Abu Dhabi to share and discuss the latest cutting edge evidence on entrepreneurship and decent jobs in the MENA region.
The International Labour Conference is the ILO’s highest decision-making body. It meets annually in June, bringing together the tripartite delegations from the Organization’s 187 member States. The Conference is composed of a plenary and of technical committees.
The proposed agenda is to undertake a final review of progress made on the implementation of the “Decent Work Agenda in Africa, 2007-15” and to discuss and agree on strategic vision for the ILO in the Africa region.
The conference will bring together researchers, students, practitioners, advocates, policy makers and representatives of employers’ and workers’ organizations working in areas of cooperative enterprises and social and solidarity economy organizations, as well as labour research and themes...
At the 3rd Strategy Conference we will move beyond these pillars: we will provide a net-work for stakeholders from different policy areas to reflect on and to discuss the most relevant core topics and we will identify where their various views intersect. Core topics of the next Strategy...
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