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  • 23-April-2019

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    How do we stop Child labour?

    The OECD works with companies to build their capacity to apply child labour due diligence, for example through our sectoral Forums and in-country technical training.

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  • 23-April-2019

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    Policy Responses to New Forms of Work in the G20 (2nd Employment Working Group -23 April, 2019)

    Employment status acts as a gateway to worker rights. Ensuring the correct classification of workers (and tackling misclassification) is therefore essential.

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  • 23-April-2019

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    Policy Responses to New Forms of Work in the G20 (2nd Employment Working Group -23 April, 2019)

    Recent labour market trends have prompted countries to reflect on whether existing systems of labour market regulation, lifelong learning, social protection, taxation and collective bargaining are still fit for purpose.

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  • 22-April-2019

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    Global Supply Chains and RBC in the G20  

    A number of G20 countries have developed programmes or regulation to enable responsible supply chains

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  • 22-April-2019

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    Women at work in the G20 - 2nd employment working group

    The gender pay gap remains substantial in most G20 economies, with only very modest progress in closing this gap.

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  • 28-February-2019

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    SDG 8.7 Dialogue: EWG Expert Roundtable Event - Combating Child Labour

    Combatting child labour has been a continuing priority for the OECD: 2003 review of policies, Focus in OECD’s Guidelines and guidance on due diligence and RBC in supply chains of multinational enterprises

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  • 28-February-2019

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    1st EWG Meeting: OECD Presentation: Slowdown of economies and rise of inequalities

    The middle class is larger in higher-income countries, but emerging economies are catching up

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  • 28-February-2019

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    OECD ILO Presentation on New job Opportunities in an ageing society

    Long-term care services: investment remains low, but is bound to increase over time

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  • 28-February-2019

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    OECD: 1st EWG Demographic Change

    A comprehensive approach to tackle challenges of demographic change

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  • 28-February-2019

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    ILO-OECD-G20 - New Job Opportunities in an Ageing Society

    As populations age, the potential supply of labour in the economy relative to this increased demand for long-term care is expected to decline. On average across the G20 economies, there were more than six people of working age (15-64 years) for every person 65 years and older in 2017. This dependency ratio is projected to halve to just three persons by 2050.

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