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March 2024

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The gender pay gap: Addressing gender income inequality
Hosted by Equal Pay International Coalition (EPIC) with the sponsorship of the governments of Canada, Iceland, Panama, Ukraine and Switzerland, this event will be an opportunity to share best practices and strategies to close the gender pay gap including in times of multiple overlapping crises, explore the potential impact of closing the gender pay gap on addressing women’s poverty and strengthen global, regional and national commitments to pay equity as one of the strategies to reduce poverty, as well as strengthening EPIC membership.
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Generative AI and jobs: A global analysis of potential effects on job quantity and quality
This new webinar series “AI & Work”, curated by the International Labour Organization (ILO), kicks off with a presentation of a global ILO study which analyses the potential exposure of occupations and tasks to Generative AI, and the possible implications of such exposure for job quantity and quality. It estimates task-level scores and then models potential employment effects at the global level as well as by country income group, highlighting the profile of those most affected.
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Brussels
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Profits and Poverty: The Economics of Forced Labour
Global launch of a new ILO report, which estimates the profits generated from forced labour in the world today. These profits reflect the wages effectively stolen from the pockets of workers by the perpetrators of forced labour through their coercive practices. Understanding and addressing these illicit profits is critical to achieve progress in the fight against forced labour.
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New York City
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Beyond crisis: Driving gender equality and empowerment for women and girls of all ages through social protection
The panel discussion aims to raise awareness of the opportunities that sustainable social protection offers to accelerate the achievement of gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls of all ages, including older women, through contributions from multiple stakeholders and a combination of theoretical perspectives, opinions, and evidence with attention to multiple crisis situations.
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Geneva
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Governing Body High Level Section
Challenges and opportunities of digitalization
The High-Level Section of the Governing Body will focus on the challenges and opportunities of digitalization, including artificial intelligence (AI) and algorithmic management, for the world of work. The discussion, involving prominent experts, aims to inform the Governing Body of the latest developments and provide ideas for further research and discussion.
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Geneva
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Celebrate International Women’s Day 2024
In celebrating International Women’s Day 2024, under the theme of ‘Investing in women: Accelerate progress’, the ILO puts a spotlight on the essential and inseparable roles of decent work and gender equality. As this year’s International Women’s Day falls during the 350th session of the Governing Body, the celebration will be joined by the Director-General, GB participants, and ILO colleagues. The reception will start with songs from the ILO choir followed by contributions from the DG and the representatives of 3 constituents.