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AcronymDefinition
ILOInternational Labour Organization (United Nations)
ILOInternational Labour Office
ILOInstructor-Led Online (learning format)
ILOIn Lieu Of
ILOIn Light Of
ILOImmigration Liaison Officer (EU)
ILOIndustrial Liaison Office
ILOIntegrated Lights Out
ILOIloilo, Philippines - Mandurriao (Airport Code)
ILOInfrastructure Liaison Officer (California)
ILOIntended Learning Outcome (education)
ILOIntegrated Lights-Out (Technology) (Hp)
ILOInitial License Offering (business funding)
ILOIntelligence Liaison Officer
ILOIntegrated Logistics Overhaul
ILOInjection Locked Oscillator
ILOIsraeli Liaison Officer
ILOInterservice Liaison Officer
ILOIn-Phase Local Oscillator
ILOInitial Lightoff
ILOIncremental Learning Objective
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The rate of economically occupied children in Tunisia, aged 5 to 17, is estimated at 9.5% according to the results of a National Child Labour Survey conducted by the National Statistics Institute (INS) in the second quarter of 2017, in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs and with the support of the International Labour Office (ILO).
This revised and greatly expanded edition of the ABC of Women Worker's Rights and Gender Equality, based on the conventions and recommendations of the International Labour Office (ILO), offers relevant and informative content as well as detailed definitions and descriptions.
International Labour Office Bangkok and IPEC Task Team of the Yunnan Provincial Statistics Bureau (2005), Analysis Report of the Baseline Survey for the TICW Project Phase II in Yunnan Province--Part of a series of studies on human trafficking and labour migration in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (The Mekong Challenge; Bangkok: The Mekong Sub-regional Project to Combat Trafficking in Children and Women, International Labour Organization).
(4.) International Labour Office. Guidelines for the use of the ILO International Classification of Radiographs of Pneumoconioses, 2000 ed.
The International Labour Office deserves congratulations for publishing such a unique and reader-friendly contribution to good nutrition.
Ladou (2004) rightly points to the inadequacy of international organizations such as the International Labour Office (ILO) and the World Health Organization in addressing the worldwide problem that asbestos poses for public health.
Women are entering the global labour force in record numbers, but they still face higher unemployment rates and lower wages according to another report today by the International Labour Office.
Women are entering the global labour force in record numbers,but they still face higher unemployment rates and lower wages according to the International Labour Office.
Geneva, International Labour Office, 2003, 118 pp., $22.95/softcover.
GENEVA -- "Only one-out-of-five people in the world today has adequate social security", said International Labour Office Director-General Juan Somavia, as the ILO launched the Global Campaign on Social Security and Coverage for All to encourage countries to extend social security programs to more of their citizens.
Data generated for the International Labour Office (ILO), the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Council of Nurses (ICN), and Public Services International (PSI) paints a disturbing picture of the environment they face on a daily basis.
The International Labour Office (ILO) and the Asian Development Bank (AD B) have joined forces to improve labour standards as a means of promoting development and reducing poverty in the Asia-Pacific region.
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