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The two organisations first lodged a complaint against Turkey with the ILO in March over THY's unfair dismissal of 305 workers and the glaring gaps in Turkish law it revealed gaps that cannot be reconciled with the country's international commitments
Bangladesh yesterday defended its new labour laws, and said it was angry at criticism from the International Labour Organisation (ILO) which called the legislation inadequate. Parliament passed the legislation last week in the wake of a garment
54 Antananarivo (Madagascar): As many as 86,000 children are working in mines in Madagascar, an International Labour Organisation (ILO) official has revealed, adding some of them work to help parents in sapphires or gold careers.
Cambodia is backsliding in efforts to improve working conditions in its garment industry, the International Labour Organisation said Thursday, following a series of strikes at factories producing western-brand clothing. The kingdom is failing to make
Five years after the global financial crisis, unemployment remains at unacceptably high levels in the Group of 20 (G20) leading economies, the United Nations labour agency said today, calling for new policies to create jobs and sustainable growth. We
Alice Mboma is a 28 year-old sex worker living in the northern Karonga district of Malawi. Her clients sometimes refuse to pay, or threaten her with violence, and she hardly makes enough to get by. With few skills and little education, Alice is
The latest freeing of child soldiers is the third release made by the army since Myanmar began its democratic reform process three years ago.
Mr Duncan says the cut off area for the rain clouds again looks to be the Auckland and BOP regions but a few showers may sneak into Waikato and other upper North Island regions. "It's not a major event but it's one to monitor if you live in the upper
Ramzy Baroud Wednesday 19 June 2013 Last Update 19 June 2013 12:41 am At the hotel lobby of an Arab Gulf country, a family walked in aiming for the westernized cafe that sells everything but Arabic coffee. The mother seemed distant as she pressed
Helen Kelly, CTU President is at the ILO conference where the Minister arrived on Sunday night and yesterday confirmed to her that he would not agree to this meeting despite telling Parliament two weeks ago that this is why he was attending. "