International Labor Organization

As a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN) established in 1945, the International Labor Organization (ILO) deals with labor issues pertaining to international labor standards. Specific issues that are addressed through the ILO are child labor, forced labor, minimum wage law, HIV/AIDS, indigenous people, migrate workers, and domestic workers.

The ILO is a major provider of labor statistics by maintaining several databases such as Laborsta and publishes a number of compilations of labor statistics such as the Key Indicators of Labor Markets (KILM). These statistics cover over 200 countries and provide information on labor participation rates, employment, unemployment, educational attainment, labor cost, and economic performance.
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