Key levels of intervention
— NATIONAL LEVEL
We enable countries to strengthen their social and economic performance by creating new arenas of gender parity and decent work under the principles of international labour standards, offering an opportunity to maximise social and economic development as a requirement to determine the national capability and readiness of the country to face the sustainable era.
— MINISTERIAL LEVEL
We design and implement national employment policies that comprise macroeconomic and sectorial policy responses as well as labour market polices and institutional solutions, offering a practical framework for tackling multi-dimensional challenges of the labour market, involving international stakeholders in the design and implementation.
— CORPORATE LEVEL
We facilitate companies to improve their corporate social performance and to fulfil their obligation to respect human rights by undertaking appropriate due diligence, guiding companies within their international operations and among their business relations in the supply chain, applying human rights principles while meeting product delivery requirements.
— UN MEMBER STATES LEVEL
UN SDG Agenda 2030
We guide countries to assess general rights and specific institutional, legal, judicial and administrative conditions, assisting special procedures mandates and developing working methods on specific allegations on social and economic development, prevailing the relevance of countries commitments to their national development strategies for sustainable development.
— GLOBAL STAKEHOLDER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Leading Strategic Governance & Implementation of International Mechanisms
Country ownership, alignment with national priorities, results‐orientation and mutual accountability among our national partners are key features of our strategic objectives
— NATIONAL CAPABILITIES
Leading and managing national capabilities for the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals lies at the very core of our mandate. We work to assist the UN, Governments, Multinationals and International Players in the formulation and implementation of International Labour Mechanisms through strategies, policies, structures, and processes, which will have system-wide effects.
— 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
We agree on the G20 Ministers of Labour leadership commitment to reduce the gender gap in labour force participation. Our Policy implementation on inclusive economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all, which seeks to address gender inequalities at work, supports the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
“Implementing macroeconomic interventions that ensure the full participation of mothers in the markets of the 21st century, is key to win the international challenges of sustainable development”
The implementation of macroeconomic interventions to ensure the full participation of the mothers of the 21st century in the labour market would close the gender pay gap in 141 countries. The world would generate $160 trillion in additional human capital wealth. MOH International encourages and support investments in education, workforce development, and entrepreneurship to realize the rising aspirations of all countries to build the human capital needed for the economy of the future, in order to realize our common global vision for the achievement of sustainability worldwide.
— Amelia Lopez Huix,
Executive Director MOH.International
Establishing Countries at the Core of International Competitiveness
Countries with small gender gaps have the highest ratings for international competitiveness. Advancing sustainable development by 2030, requires the recognition of the gender labour gap in work and employment and create a cohesive action-oriented plan that all stakeholders can support, a plan that challenges businesses and national governments to develop macro labour responsive implementations of the SDGs. MOH International ensures that macroeconomic policies, legislation and national development priorities are gender equitable. Changing the law may be just a basic step in the struggle for gender parity at the social, political and economic reality, but it is a substantial step forward that can also significantly strengthen a nation’s economic growth.
Setting the stage for Sustainable Socioeconomic Paradigms. Which countries will be ready for 2030?
Creating a solid social and economic foundation for the future development of all populations, is a must to set the stage for more evolving and civilised socioeconomic paradigms. All over the globe, countries and companies face a common challenge: How to best strengthen their economy and workforce, while also taking societal concerns into consideration? Ending forms of discrimination in employment leads to countries economic development in unprecedented ways. Resolving gender inequality makes economic sense an is intrinsic to the global goals and as an instrument for the achievement of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.
— PERMANENT STRATEGIC GUIDANCE
Achieving real and sustainable improvements on the social and economic performance of the countries we serve
We support all Member States of the United Nations committed to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda on measures to ensure that policies, legislation and national development priorities are gender-equitable
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of Congo
Central America and the Caribbean
United Arab Emirates
Occupied Palestinian Territory
Asia and the Pacific
Central and Western Asia
Republic of Korea
South-Eastern Asia and the Pacific
Northern, Southern and Western Europe
Republic of Moldova