Narbaeva: Uzbekistan is determined to reform and put an end to negative stereotypes

By |april 4th, 2019|agricultural sector, child labour, development, forced labour, gender equality, ILO, Neven Mimica, News, Uzbekistan, Women, World Bank|

Tanzila Narbaeva, the Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan, told EURACTIV about her country's efforts to develop modern agriculture, eliminate child or forced labour and invest in human capital, especially women.

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Cambodia’s Hun Sen defiant despite EU trade threat

By |oktober 8th, 2018|Cambodia, democratic deficit, Hun Sen, ILO, Margot Wallström, News, trade|

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen has taken a defiant stance following a European Union announcement last week that it would ramp up trade pressure on Cambodia over human rights concerns.

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Exposure to carcinogens at work in EU’s crosshairs

By |maj 3rd, 2018|cancer, carcinogens, dangerous substances, EU-OSHA, health and safety, ILO, Marianne Thyssen, News, SMEs|

The EU Agency for Safety and Health at Work has launched a joint campaign with the European Commission and the Bulgarian EU Presidency aimed at raising awareness of dangerous substances at work while sounding the alarm about the surging costs related to cancer.

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ILO concerned about the future of social dialogue

By |marec 14th, 2018|European Commission, European social dialogue, ILO, International Labour Organization, Jacques Freyssinet, Konstantinos Papadakis, News, social dialogue, social europe, social partners|

If social dialogue is to remain useful it will have to adapt to changes in the labour market. New, atypical forms of work have blurred the lines of the employee-employer relationship. The representativeness of these relations is a key issue. EURACTIV.f...

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Are geopolitics, trade and human rights compatible enemies?

By |februar 19th, 2018|EEAS, European Convention on Human Rights, GSP, GSP-Plus, human rights, ILO, News, Pakistan, trade|

Europe cannot turn a blind eye to the Human Rights abuses occurring in third countries, unless we rewrite the mandates of the functioning of the EU institutions and the Treaty, writes MEP Tomáš  Zdechovský.

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EESC adds pressure on trade partners to respect ILO conventions

By |februar 16th, 2018|Bernd Lange, Cecilia Malmström, FTA, ILO, News, sustainable development, trade|

The European Economic and Social Council adopted a resolution on Wednesday (14 February) calling on the EU to step up its efforts to give greater weight to labour and environment chapters in its free trade agreements.

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More than 40 million people trapped in slavery: New global estimate

By |september 19th, 2017|child labour, child marriage, child sexual exploitation, forced marriage, ILO, IOM, modern slavery, News|

More than 40 million people were trapped as slaves last year in forced labour and forced marriages, according to the first joint effort by key anti-slavery groups to estimate the number of victims worldwide of the international crime.

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