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August 2014

  1. Presidential summit on MDG's and Post 2015 Agenda : Report on Parallel Session on Inclusive Growth Job Creation and Human Development

    19 August 2014

    With less than two years to go to the closure on the implementation of the MDGs, the process for a successor framework is taking the centre stage. Nigeria is leading the way in providing leadership for the rest of Africa in developing strategies that can build on the gains of the MDGs, address new and emerging development challenges and propel political commitments in terms of adequate funding and institutional framework for a successful implementation of the post 2015 development agenda.

  2. Potentional measures that can be taken to use Public Procurement to stimualte the Social Economy in South Africa.

    05 August 2014

    This research aims to improve the understanding of the South African legal and policy context of the social economy and thereby increase legal and policy effectiveness in promoting the sector.

  3. The Clean and Green Free State Campaign

    05 August 2014

    The Clean & Green Campaign was born out of a desire to live in the Free State within a clean and healthy environment and not in one with litter all over the place.

July 2014

  1. Communicating labour rights for parliamentarians and institutional communicators

    15 July 2014

    This training is part of the Project “Awarenessraising and capacity building on human rights in Rwanda, with an emphasis on labour rights” (FED/2013/315367), which is co-funded by the European Union. The training is organized and implemented by the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO), 1 in partnership with the Rwanda Journalists Association.

  2. Promoting decent work through social enterprise development

    11 July 2014

    The project supports social economy businesses in South Africa to take advantage of the regulatory space for procurement of their goods and services through both government and private sector businesses.

  3. Communication labour rights for media professionals

    08 July 2014

    This training is part of the Project “Awarenessraising and capacity building on human rights in Rwanda, with an emphasis on labour rights” (FED/2013/315367), which is co-funded by the European Union. The training is organized and implemented by the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO), 1 in partnership with the Rwanda Journalists Association.

June 2014

  1. Employment Creation through the Promotion of Sustainable Enterprises in Southern and Eastern Africa - Snapshot 2014

    26 June 2014

    Employment Creation through the Promotion of Sustainable Enterprises in Southern and Eastern Africa”, provides a comprehensive overview of ILO’s current project portfolio, which amounts to about 60 million US Dollars. It showcases ILO’s unique expertise as well as its tested tools and strategies to unlock the potential for employment creation in the private sector as a way to support national efforts to create jobs through sustainable enterprises development.

  2. World Social Protection Report 2014-15: Building economic recovery, inclusive development and social justice

    03 June 2014

    The report presents the latest social security trends and provides information on social protection systems, coverage, benefits and expenditures in more than 190 countries.

  3. OGUN State Action Plan for the elimination of Child Labour in Nigeria (2014 -2017)

    02 June 2014

    To ensure proper intervention in the eradication of child labour in Ogun state and consistency with the National Intervention, the State Steering committee decided to adapt the draft National Plan of Action (NAP) for implementation of the state level.

  4. OYO State Action Plan for the elimination of Child Labour in Nigeria (2014-2017)

    02 June 2014

    The State Action provides the roadmap for the implementation of the National Policy on the Elimination of Child Labour in Oyo State, through a variety of implementation Strategies.

  5. Disabled beggars in Addis Ababa: Current situation and prospects for change

    02 June 2014

    This Summary Paper presents key findings from the study entitled “Disabled Beggars in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia”, Employment Working Paper No. 141, ILO Geneva, 2013.

  6. UN in Zimbabwe Newsletter - Issue 9

    01 June 2014

    The ninth edition of the United Nations in Zimbabwe newsletter is dedicated to UN engagement in promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment initiatives in Zimbabwe.

May 2014

  1. ILO at work : Africa

    22 May 2014

    Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa has been robust for many years, with GDP growth averaging 5 per cent. However, it has not been inclusive and has not been matched by employment creation. Africa’s population is growing faster than anywhere else, and the pressure to provide decent work opportunities for new labour market entrants remains particularly acute. Over the past two years the ILO has given priority to promoting decent employment, particularly for youth. Greater attention is also given to respect for fundamental rights at work, the implementation of labour migration policies, skills in the rural sector and small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and making social protection floors a reality in Africa.

  2. The ILO at Work: Development Results 2012-2013

    21 May 2014

    This review of ILO development results over the past two years reflects the changing nature of its operations and the growing recognition of the value of decent work. It showcases a sample of measurable results, success stories and good practices, reflected in the fact that in 2012-2013 the ILO achieved a delivery rate of 80 per cent, the highest ever.

  3. Decent Work in Waste Management:A Baseline Study on the Ward Contractor System in the City of Windhoek

    13 May 2014

    Baseline Report produced in the framework of the ILO initiative “Support towards green economy transition in Namibia by boosting the productivity of SMEs providing waste management services in Windhoek”

  4. Accelerating Action Against Child Labour in Africa – Building on experience and results

    07 May 2014

    Building momentum to facilitate and support national responses to child labour in Africa.

April 2014

  1. Rapid Assessment on Raising Awareness on Women Workers’ and their Rights in Zambia

    25 April 2014

    Rapid Assessment on Raising Awareness on Women Workers’ and their Rights in Zambia

  2. Rethinking Youth Employment Coordination in East Africa

    24 April 2014

    Youth employment continues to be one of the greatest challenges that the world faces. The weakening of the global recovery in 2012 and 2013 has exacerbated the problem resulting in a global youth unemployment rate of 12.6 per cent and 73 million young people estimated to be unemployed in 2013. Even though, the youth unemployment rates have been low in Sub-Saharan Africa, this has been linked to high levels of poverty suggesting that working is a necessity for most young people.

  3. The ILO/United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP) 2013 annual report

    24 April 2014

    The report categorizes interventions in three levels – macro, meso and micro levels. At the macro-level, on interventions aiming at policy making, knowledge sharing and advocacy; at meso level, where most of the ILO interventions during 2012/13 financial year were concentrated, on a number of institutional strengthening and individual capacity building interventions. ILO’s contribution in the UNDAP has also focused on direct action with beneficiaries. At micro-level interventions the report covers voices from the beneficiaries themselves as they describe the result of such direct actions.

  4. Good Practice Report : Eliminating the worst forms of Child Labour and strengthening sub-regional cooperation through ECOWAS

    21 April 2014

    Three levels of good practices have been identified from the implementation of the ILO-IPEC ECOWAS I and II projects. These are Regional Level (with two practices), National Level ( with two practices) and State/community Level (with 15 practices), making a total of 19 good practices. When examined against the ILO conventions ( 138 and 182), standards of good practices and the specific objectives of the projects, the good practices are consistent with the basic principles of child labour fight and present a very strong position in addressing the central theme of the projects, " Eliminating the worst forms of child labour and strengthening sub-regional cooperation in ECOWAS".

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