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G20 Meetings
of Labour and Employment Ministers

2019: September 1-2, Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, Japan
Labour and employment ministers
2018: September 6-7, Mendoza, Argentina
Ministers responsible for education and employment: Joint Declaration 2018, September 6
Ministers of employment and labour: Declaration 2018, September 7
2017: May 18-19, Bad Neuenahr, Germany
Labour Ministers
Towards an Inclusive Future: Shaping the World of Work, with five appendices
  • A: G20 Priorities on the Future of Work
  • B: G20 Policy Recommendations to Reduce Gender Gaps in Labour Force Participation and Pay by Improving Women's Job Quality
  • C: G20 Policy Practices for the Fair and Effective Labour Market Integration of Regular Migrants and Recognised Refugees
  • D: G20 Statement on the Global Prevention Initiative 'Vision Zero Fund'
  • E: List of Reports Prepared by International Organisations
  • 2016: July 11-13, Beijing, China
    Labour and Employment Ministers
  • Declaration, July 13, 2016
  • Annex 1: G20 Entrepreneurship Action Plan, July 13, 2016
  • Annex 2: Policy Recommendations to Enhance Employability, July 13, 2016
  • Annex 3: G20 Initiative to Promote Quality Apprenticeship, July 13, 2016
  • Annex 4: Sustainable Wage Policy Principles, July 13, 2016
  • Annex 5: Policy Recommendations for Promoting More Equitable and Sustainable Social Protection Systems, July 13, 2016
  • Annex 6: G20 Employment Working Group Multi-Year Agenda, July 13, 2016
  • Annex 7: List of Reports prepared by International Organizations, July 13, 2016
  • 2015: September 3-4, Ankara, Turkey
    Labour and Employment Ministers
  • G20 Labour and Employment Ministerial Declaration: Creating Quality Jobs for All, Investing in Skills and Reducing Inequalities to Promote Inclusive and Robust Growth, September 4, 2015
  • 2015: September 4, Ankara, Turkey
    Finance and Labour Ministers
  • Chair's Statement
  • 2014: September 10-11, Melbourne, Australia
    Labour and Employment Ministers
  • G20 Labour and Employment Ministerial Declaration: Preventing Structural Unemployment, Creating Better Jobs and Boosting Participation, September 11, 2014
  • Annex A: Policy priorities for preventing unemployment from becoming structural
  • Annex B: Policy priorities for creating better jobs
  • Annex C: G20 Statement on Safer and Healthier Workplaces
  • Annex D: Policy priorities for boosting female participation, quality of employment and gender equity
  • Annex E: Reports received
  • 2013: July 18-19, Moscow, Russia
    Labour and Employment and Finance Ministers
  • Labour and Employment and Finance Ministers' Communiqué [English]
  • Labour and Employment Ministers; Declaration [English]
  • 2012: May 17-18, Guadalajara, Mexico
    Labour and Employment Ministers
  • Conclusions, including the Task Force Conclusions of the G20 Strategies on Youth Employment, May 18, 2012 [English PDF] [Español PDF]
  • 2011: September 26-27, Paris, France
    Labour Ministers
  • Conclusions, September 27, 2011 [English] [Français]
  • 2010: April 20-21, Washington DC, United States
    Ministers
  • Recommendations to G20 leaders, April 21, 2010 [HTML]
  • Recommendations to U.S. president Barack Obama, April 21, 2010 [HTML]
  • Participants [HTML]
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