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Inequality, Work and Nature – Strategic Dilemmas and Policy Resolution



As a side-event to the conference “Inequality, Work and Nature – Strategic Dilemmas and Policy Resolution”, organised by Agence Française de Développement, African Centre of Excellence for Inequality Research, the South African Presidency and the European Commission, we have organised a side event on November 7 on “Inequality diagnostics for the future”.


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How tackling inequalities can help us achieve the Sustainable Development Goals



This episode of the World of Work Show will coincide with the gathering of Heads of State and Government at the UN General Assembly in New York to review the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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Event: ILO’s COVID-19 response: Learning opportunities from the recent high-level evaluation and the path forward

Join us for this webinar to reflect upon what can be learned from the independent, high-level evaluation of the ILO’s response in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic (2020-22).


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Call for papers: Interlinked crises and the world of work

The #ILR invites the submissions of papers that analyse the responses to the impacts of multiple "interlinked crises" on people, especially in the world of work, with a view to publishing a special multidisciplinary issue in English, French and Spanish.

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ILO to release new analysis of global labour markets and social trends

The ILO will publish a new edition of its World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2023 (WESO Trends), which looks at the impact of economic slowdown on the global labour market. It covers the extent and consequences of the labour market disruption caused by overlapping economic and geopolitical crises and analyzes global patterns, regional differences and outcomes across groups of workers.

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ILO Monitor on the world of work. Tenth edition


Multiple crises threaten the global labour market recovery


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