عالمی یوم مزدور کے موقع پر آئی یو ایف ایشیاء پیسیفک کے ممبران کے ساتھ یکجہتی
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the frailty of our food system, at the heart of which lies the absence of decent work for the vast majority of those around the world working in agriculture
As COVID-19 spreads around the world, one of the key questions confronting governments and the public is – do we have enough food? In many countries, food and beverage (F&B) workers have been designated as essential.
By the beginning of April, COVID-19 had affected 204 countries and territories around the world. The tourism industry around the globe has been brought to a standstill by the closing down of entire cities and countries
During the COVID-19 outbreak, most fast food chains have had to close their stores, resulting in pay cuts or no pay for staff during furlough.
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a grave global health and economic crisis which affects every single one of us. The IUF wants to ensure that a gender approach to the COVID-19 crisis is adopted by employers, health authorities and governments. A gender responsive approach to the COVID-19 crisis is essential across the whole of society to ensure that gender inequalities are not reproduced, perpetuated or exacerbated in the context of this pandemic. This includes in workplaces, through healthcare provision and research, and in preventing violence towards women and girls.