Thursday, 30th June 2022
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International Labour Organisation

18 Mar 2020
The coronavirus pandemic could cost up to 24.7 million jobs around the world if governments fail to come up with a coordinated policy response to the economic fallout of the health crisis
20 Feb 2020
The International Labour Organisation (ILO), is engaging relevant government agencies in Nigeria, with the mandate to strengthen labour migration governance through policies, laws and certification programmes.
14 Feb 2020
It is only when all agencies of government that are charged with the responsibility of implementing social security initiatives collaborate that the war against poverty can be won.
14 Nov 2019
The new International Labour Organisation (ILO) statistics portal, ILOSTAT, will provide standards for better measurement of labour issues and improved global comparability.
15 Oct 2019
There is nothing more comforting for workers than to know that their children and elderly relatives are being properly cared for.
8 Oct 2019
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) on Tuesday said that it was working with the Federal Government and some States to eliminate child labour in the country by 2025.
8 Oct 2019
Nigeria yesterday, joined the rest of the global trade union movement to mark the 2019 Decent Work Day. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) described decent work as one that is secured and done by free workers...
17 Sep 2019
As the world of work becomes more sophisticated, so also is the degree of occupational danger workers are exposed to continues to increase. Indeed, the need for workers to be more careful in the workplace is also a message relevant stakeholders often pass to workers and their representatives.
12 Sep 2019
A new International labour Organisation (ILO) dataset has revealed that only 10 per cent of workers received 48.9 per cent of total global pay, while the lowest-paid 50 per cent of workers receive just 6.4 per cent.
5 Sep 2019
The Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) has paid over N1billion to 10,000 injured workers and dependents of dead workers since the inception of the Employees Compensation Scheme (ECS) in July 2011.
6 Aug 2019
For the African continent to surmount unemployment challenge, its education policy must prioritise offering skills that are relevant to the industrialisation needs of the continent, Director General of the International Labour Organisation (ILO), Guy Ryder has said.
4 Aug 2019
As World Breastfeeding Week is observed, medical experts have urged mothers to breastfeed their babies, as breast milk provides infants with needed nutrients.


44 mins ago
The Minister of State for Transportation, Sen. Gbemisola Saraki, says the Onitsha river port is positioned to generate over N23billion to the Federal Government in 30 years.
48 mins ago
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved renewal of the appointment of Patience Oniha as the Director-General of the Debt Management Office (DMO) for a second term of 5 years.
2 hours ago
NAIROBI, Kenya, 30th June 2022 -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Kasi Insight is Africa’s leading decision intelligence company empowering business leaders and entrepreneurs to make crucial decisions with confidence. The company conducts over 10,000 monthly interviews across 20 countries in Africa and aggregate all consumer data into a data portal called Kasi Hub.  Today, Kasi is pleased…
2 hours ago
Grammy award-winning singer Kelly Clarkson has opened up on how her bitter divorce from ex-husband Brandon Black affected her career. Clarkson made this revelation speaking on Apple Music's "The Global Chart Show with Brooke Reese" on Wednesday. She said, "Everybody knows the huge divorce I went through, and it's been, like, two years and not…
4 hours ago
US President Joe Biden on Thursday called for an "exception" to the Senate filibuster rule so that Democrats can pass an abortion rights law, reversing the recent Supreme Court decision. The "exception to the filibuster" called for by Biden would allow Democrats to pass a law enshrining abortion access rights with their current thin majority…