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DHAKA – The Bangladeshi government, along with many of the country’s employers and worker's organisations have today signed on to the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) latest Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) which will run until 2020.

DWCP’s – which the ILO has now introduced three of in the last 15 years – are implemented in a bid to identify industry challenges and set out corrective actions which industry can then look to work towards.

Of focus in the ILO’s latest programme will be the high unemployment rates among young people; particularly those with high levels of education, high and stagnating income inequality, inadequate social dialogue, low productivity in some sectors and the slow improvements made to the Occupational Safety and Health situation.

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