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Bolivia’s New Child Labor Law: A Violation of Human Rights

Child labor is a dangerous, exploitative practice constituting a violation of human rights, which many nations have tried to eradicate. Yet Bolivia—a country that has more than… 753 more words

The World Will be a Better Place With Nancy at the ILO

In my first introductory post, I very briefly mentioned the fact that Nancy’s new job at the International Labor Organization (ILO) is what has brought us to Geneva. 458 more words

Life In Switzerland

howto get access ilo’s “Direct terminal access” via Serial Console

hi. so you’ve got some HP DL’s (like dl380 … ) servers and you’ve setup ilo to get access to terminal.

after you enabled ssh remote access (it is enabled by default) for ilo run this : 55 more words

howto get access ilo's "Direct terminal access" via Serial Console

hi

so you’ve got some HP DL’s (like dl380 … ) servers and you’ve setup ilo to get access to terminal.

after you enabled ssh remote access (it is enabled by default) for ilo run this : 55 more words

ILO report: Leaving No One Behind: Reaching Key Populations through workplace action on HIV and AIDS

ILO (2014): Leaving No One Behind: Reaching Key Populations through workplace action on HIV and AIDS. 

This report highlights 42 innovative examples from 28 countries and regions in which the workplace and/or workforce was used as an entry point to reach sex workers, men who have sex with men, transgender populations, people who inject drugs, migrant workers, truckers, ship and dockworkers and the prisons populations with HIV services. 68 more words

North America And The Caribbean

Maternity protection - A large majority of women workers, around 830 million, are not adequately covered in practice, mainly in developing countries

Most countries have adopted maternity protection provisions since 1919, when the ILO adopted the first Maternity Protection Convention, yet at least 830 million women workers still don’t have adequate protection, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said in a new report. 561 more words

Politics & Policies

Bolivia law allows 'self-employed children' aged 10 to work

Children’s organisations say most young people who find a job do not want to go back to school
Bolivia has lowered the legal working age to allow children to work from the age of 10 as long as they also attend school and are self-employed. 7 more words