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We are the #unitednations agency on the world of work, promoting jobs and protecting people since 1919. International Labour Organization. ilo.org

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We need a #worldofwork free from violence and harassment.

As the ILO Convention No. 190 on Violence and Harassment is coming into force, the ILO is organising a Global Action Week to launch a global ratification campaign of the international standard against violence and Harassment at work.

Join us on Monday at 13:00 CEST for a full week of events.

Link in bio for more info.

#RatifyC190

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We need a #worldofwork free from violence and harassment. As the ILO Convention No. 190 on Violence and Harassment is coming into force, the ILO is organising a Global Action Week to launch a global ratification campaign of the international standard against violence and Harassment at work. Join us on Monday at 13:00 CEST for a full week of events. Link in bio for more info. #ratifyC190

Marking the 10-year anniversary of ILO Convention No. 189, Academy Award-winning director, @alfonsocuaron calls for stronger protection of the rights of domestic workers.

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Marking the 10-year anniversary of ILO Convention No. 189, Academy Award-winning director, @alfonsocuaron calls for stronger protection of the rights of domestic workers.

Don’t miss the ILO #WorldofWork Summit on 17 & 18 June, 13:00 CEST! Addresses by Biden, the Pope, and other world leaders will be followed by discussions on global action for a human-centered #COVID19 response. 

Watch the broadcast at ilo.org/ilc

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Don’t miss the ILO #worldofwork Summit on 17 & 18 June, 13:00 CEST! Addresses by Biden, the Pope, and other world leaders will be followed by discussions on global action for a human-centered #COVID19 response. Watch the broadcast at ilo.org/ilc

The #COVID19 pandemic has highlighted the vital role that domestic #workers play in supporting the care needs of households, as well as the vulnerability they face earning a living behind closed doors. Is #decentwork now a reality for them?

Link in bio for the new ILO Domestic Workers report.

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The #COVID19 pandemic has highlighted the vital role that domestic #workers play in supporting the care needs of households, as well as the vulnerability they face earning a living behind closed doors. Is #decentwork now a reality for them? Link in bio for the new ILO Domestic Workers report.

Legendary footballer @samueletoo joins the campaign  to #endchildlabour2021 

Every child must be free from abuse. Every child should have the liberty to dream about their future. Share your story of childhood dreams and hopes this @unitednations year dedicated to elimination of #childlabour 
Your stories can transpire hope and mobilize support on this pertinent social justice issue.

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Legendary footballer @samueletoo joins the campaign to #endchildlabour2021 Every child must be free from abuse. Every child should have the liberty to dream about their future. Share your story of childhood dreams and hopes this @unitednations year dedicated to elimination of #childlabour Your stories can transpire hope and mobilize support on this pertinent social justice issue.

Thank you for your amazing 👏support
 @mahmoudhegazy on World Day Against Child Labour.

When I was a child, I had many different dreams.
 
One day, I wanted to be a doctor. The next day, I wanted to be a policeman or a professional footballer for the Egyptian national football team.
 
Every day, I had dreams. But over time, my dreams changed and I discovered many new things inside me, until I graduated from the Egyptian Academy of Arts, the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts, and became an actor.
 
Believe in your dreams and set your goals when you are still a child. Even if they change, dreams are important because they help you realize new dreams.
 
Today, on 12th of June, we celebrate the World Day Against Child Labour. The United Nations has declared 2021 as the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour.
 
As you dream, the whole world is also dreaming; Dreaming of eliminating child labour by 2025.
 
Every child deserves to dream and dream big. 
 
#endchildlabour2021 🙏🏼
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Thank you for your amazing 👏support @mahmoudhegazy on World Day Against Child Labour. When I was a child, I had many different dreams. One day, I wanted to be a doctor. The next day, I wanted to be a policeman or a professional footballer for the Egyptian national football team. Every day, I had dreams. But over time, my dreams changed and I discovered many new things inside me, until I graduated from the Egyptian Academy of Arts, the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts, and became an actor. Believe in your dreams and set your goals when you are still a child. Even if they change, dreams are important because they help you realize new dreams. Today, on 12th of June, we celebrate the World Day Against Child Labour. The United Nations has declared 2021 as the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour. As you dream, the whole world is also dreaming; Dreaming of eliminating child labour by 2025. Every child deserves to dream and dream big. #endchildlabour2021 🙏🏼 @iloinfo ❤️

The @atakuleofficial tower is all lit up in Ankara,  Turkey,  to mark the World Day Against Child Labour.  Together let's pledge to #endchildlabour2021

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The @atakuleofficial tower is all lit up in Ankara, Turkey, to mark the World Day Against Child Labour. Together let's pledge to #endchildlabour2021

@loukgolflg or LG is a famous English teacher, TV personality and LGBTQI+ advocate in Thailand. On World Day Against Child Labour, he shares his childhood dreams. He wishes every child is free from exploitation, abuse and has the chance to spread his/her wings and dream for a brighter future.

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@loukgolflg or LG is a famous English teacher, TV personality and LGBTQI+ advocate in Thailand. On World Day Against Child Labour, he shares his childhood dreams. He wishes every child is free from exploitation, abuse and has the chance to spread his/her wings and dream for a brighter future.

The number of children in child labour has risen to 160 million worldwide – an increase of 8.4 million children in the last four years – with millions more at risk due to the impacts of #COVID19, according to a new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and @unicef

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The number of children in child labour has risen to 160 million worldwide – an increase of 8.4 million children in the last four years – with millions more at risk due to the impacts of #COVID19, according to a new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and @unicef

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