Publications

February 2016

  1. ILO Development Cooperation Manual

    11 February 2016

    Currently the ILO conducts about 630 projects in more than 100 countries, with the support of 120 development partners.

  2. Inclusive business practices in Africa's extractive industries

    08 February 2016

    The policy note presents key factors contributing to inclusive growth linked to the extractive industries in Africa, reflecting on the distinctive yet complementary roles of governments and multinational enterprises. The document considers the types of economic linkages to local communities and national economies that contribute towards employment, enterprise development, infrastructure, and ultimately to the economic transformation required for sustainable development. The factors are explained with reference to lessons learned from African countries at various stages of development of their mining, oil and gas sectors.

  3. The ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis (Update: February 2016)

    03 February 2016

    As part of the wider UN response to the Syrian refugee crisis, the ILO has adopted a development-focused and employment-driven strategy to support host communities and refugees so as to maintain and reinforce the social and economic stability of the affected neighbouring countries (Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt), with projects of a total value of nearly USD 22 million. This addresses in particular the key strategic direction of the 3RP of investing in livelihoods and employment opportunities to better equip refugees and host community members to provide for themselves and their families.

January 2016

  1. ILO in Somalia

    25 January 2016

    Presentation of ILO's work and achievements in Somalia.

December 2015

  1. Ringing in a New Era of Development Cooperation

    23 December 2015

    The ILO’s Development Cooperation Strategy for 2015-17 has increased the ILO's focus, re-emphasized our effectiveness, and updated our approaches to capacity development, partnerships and resource mobilization. This brochure describes these innovations.

  2. Employment and new technologies

    18 December 2015

  3. Fragile states in Africa

    18 December 2015

November 2015

  1. Labour Migration Governance for Development and Integration in Africa

    30 November 2015

  2. Decent Work in Africa in the post-2015 context

    30 November 2015

  3. W4Y Liberia country summary

    24 November 2015

  4. Draft report on Forced labour and Human Trafficking in the southern Africa development community

    17 November 2015

    The background report on forced labour and human trafficking prepared for the Sub-Regional conference on the Ratification and Implementation of the New ILO Protocol on Forced Labour to be held in Lusaka, Zambia on 17 and 18 November 2015 and convened by the ILO Country Office for Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia.

  5. Fragile-to-Fragile Cooperation and Decent Work: An ILO perspective

    09 November 2015

    With ILO's involvement with fragile-to-fragile cooperation, it has strengthened its relations with g7+ members based on the directives of our South-South and triangular cooperation practices. In fragile States it is crucial to promote partnerships between equals. Mutual trust, horizontal relations and demand-driven objectives characterize such partnerships. The g7+ has recently put forward a New Deal for Engagement in Fragile States. The New Deal proposes key peace building and state building goals, while focusing on new ways of engaging, and identifying commitment strategies. In a similar manner to the South-South and triangular cooperation rationale, the basis for this new cooperation paradigm is the acknowledgment that some beneficiary countries have learnt sufficiently from development.

  6. ILO Policy Note: Inclusive business practices in Africa’s extractive industries

    09 November 2015

    This policy brief has identified opportunities and challenges for promoting more inclusive extractive industries in Africa, in order to create and sustain decent work in mining, oil and gas supply chains and related sectors.

  7. Regional Forum on Greening industries and green entrepreneurship promotion as a driver of sustainable and inclusive growth in rural Africa

    09 November 2015

    A knowledge sharing and learning event for Africa.

  8. Moving towards disability inclusion: Stories of change

    09 November 2015

    The stories presented in this publication illustrate how the ILO-Irish Aid Partnership Programme through the PROPEL project is promoting employment opportunities for persons with disabilities. PROPEL operates in Ethiopia, China, Indonesia, Viet Nam and Zambia.

October 2015

  1. The ILO Work4Youth project in Malawi

    15 October 2015

    The ILO Work4Youth project worked with the National Statistical Office of Malawi to implement two rounds of the School-to-work transition survey (SWTS) in 2012 (August‒September) and 2014 (September). The objective of this country note is to offer a general summary of youth labour market trends in Malawi based on the SWTS. Youth is defined as 15‒29.

  2. Employment Mapping, Institutional Assessment and Coordination Mechanism Study- The Case of Nigeria

    14 October 2015

    The report classifies and also quantifies employment generation initiatives of the Nigerian government based on outlined national action plans and policies for employment creation.

  3. Binding Constraints to inclusive and Job-rich growth in Nigeria

    14 October 2015

    By adopting the Inclusive Growth Analytics, this report examines the basic constraints to inclusive growth in the Nigerian economy. For over a decade the Nigerian economy has attained sustained growth, which makes it one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

  4. Decent Work Country Programme : The Gambia 2015- 2017

    14 October 2015

    The Gambia DWCP 2015-2017 programme remains a relevant programming tool to address social and economic issues as well as a key element to achieving job rich inclusive and sustainable growth.

  5. High-Level Event - Role of African Regional and Sub-regional Organizations in Achieving Regional Integration

    12 October 2015

    High-Level Event - Role of African Regional and Sub-regional Organizations in Achieving Regional Integration: The Continental Free Trade Area within the Context of the First 10-year Implementation Plan of Agenda 2063