Nigeria seeks collaboration with U.S. to tackle child labour
The Federal Government has solicited technical assistance from the United States (U.S.), in its bid to eliminate the menace of child labour in Nigeria.Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, made the call in Abuja, when he received in audience, the U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard.
Ajaero: It’s existential threat to borrow workers’ fund
Our reaction to those who want us to engage the government rather than opposing it will be; what are we doing already? Is engagement only when we agree with the government?
African tax experts meet on informal sector
Informal sector experts and tax administration officials from African countries are gathered in Abuja for a three-day conference to discuss how to address challenges arising from the informal sector in Africa.
Anxiety as global unemployment hits new heights
Despite global efforts aimed at stemming the tide of rising unemployment, the number of people that are unable to secure jobs continues to increase. Indeed, a report by the International Labour Organisation....
Nigeria to promote ILO healthy working conditions
The determination of the Federal Government to promote healthy working conditions for Nigerians would be done within the standards of the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
ILO urges Africa to embrace human-centre future of work
The International Labour Organisation (ILO), has urged African countries to work towards a work arena that does not only have human face, but also has human beings at its centre.
‘ILO new portal provides standards for better measurement of issues’
The new International Labour Organisation (ILO) statistics portal, ILOSTAT, will provide standards for better measurement of labour issues and improved global comparability.
Nigeria assumes presidency of ILO Government Group
The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, has assumed office as President, Government Group of the Governing Board (GB) of the International Labour Organisation...