Newsletters

The ILO publishes a selection of newsletters and magazines, recent editions of which can be viewed and downloaded here. Inquiries about reproducing text or photos should be directed by email.

2009

  1. New arrivals at the ILO Library in Bangkok: October 2009

    29 October 2009

    Provides list of new arrivals of publications at the ILO Library in Bangkok.

  2. Kirabati News Updates, October 2009

    27 October 2009

    Provides updates on the latest activities in Kiribati.

  3. News@ILO, October 2009

    01 October 2009

    The first edition of the e-newsletter from the ILO Regional Office in Asia and the Pacific contains five sections. News Round-up covers the latest developments and activities; the Feature section looks at climate change in Jabongo, Philippines; Look Ahead highlights some forthcoming events; Calendar offers a fuller list of meetings and events in October and November; Book Shelf gives details of some recent publications.

  4. Decent Work for All Newsletter, September 2009

    01 September 2009

    Quarterly newsletter of the ILO Subregional Office in Manila. This article focuses on social dialogue, the First International Conference on Gender, Migration and Development, and setting decent working conditions for domestic workers.

  5. Decent work for all newsletter: Exploring new platforms of social dialogue for domestic workers

    01 September 2009

    The Philippines has embarked on a Decent Work for Domestic Workers campaign to craft a unified position to the International Labour Conference in 2010 and to lobby for the passage of a domestic workers national law.

  6. ILO Jakarta Newsletter, September 2009

    01 September 2009

    Quarterly newsletter of the ILO Jakarta Office. This issue features articles on child labour, youth employment, domestic workers, migrant workers, vocational training in Aceh, women's entrepreneurship, preventing harassment in the workplace, informall economy workers, indigenous women in Papua, HIV/AIDs, etc.

  7. News@ILO, September 2009

    01 September 2009

    New enews featuring the plight of migrant workers with HIV/AIDS, recent discussion on employment challenges for rural youth, upcoming National Tripartite Consultations on Decent Work for Domestic Workers and Strategic Collective Bargaining for Employers Road Show, Calendar and Bookshelf.

  8. Issues: August 2009

    01 August 2009

    This edition features the Global Jobs Pact, tackling the economic crisis in Cambodia and Indonesia, combating child labour in Cambodia and highlights of ILO 90 activities in Asia and the Pacific

  9. Decent work for all newsletter: Decent work and social justice in times of crisis

    01 June 2009

    The global economic crisis threatens advances made under United Nations-led Millennium Development Goals; it threatens to undermine progress towards reducing poverty. The core message of social justice and decent work is more significant than ever as we trace the history of the ILO 90 years ago.

  10. Pacific News, April 2009

    30 April 2009

    This edition features the ILO's 90th Anniversary, World Day for Safety and Health at Work, Decent Work for All in the Pacific, child labour and promoting employment for youth.

  11. Issues: April 2009

    08 April 2009

    This edition features the ILO's 90th Anniversary, the effect of the economic crisis on Asia's workers, Sri Lanka's fish breeders and education in Papua.

  12. Pacific Youth Employment Newsletter, April 2009

    01 April 2009

    First issue of the newsletter on the Subregional Programme on Education, Employability and Decent Work for Youth in Pacific Island Countries.

  13. New arrivals at the ILO Library in Bangkok: February 2009

    18 March 2009

    Provides list of new arrivals of publications at the ILO Library in Bangkok.

  14. ILO Jakarta Newsletter, February 2009

    09 March 2009

    Quarterly newsletter of the ILO Jakarta Office. This issue features articles on migrant workers, HIV/AIDs employment promotion, child labour, youth employment, microfinance, occupational safety and health and the effect of global financial crisis on Indonesia.

  15. Decent work for all newsletter: Hope for trafficked women

    01 March 2009

    Return and reintegration are especially hard for victims of trafficking who have experienced serious abuse. Through a three-year project on economic and social empowerment funded by the UN Trust Fund for Human Security (HSF), the ILO, with partners, developed institutional capacity with systems, tools and models for reintegration and protection services.

  16. ILO Jakarta Special Edition, Job Opportunities for Youth

    05 February 2009

    Special edition of the ILO Jakarta newsletter, February 2009. Stories include: green jobs, agro tourism in Malaysia, biodiversity in Pancokusumo and agribusiness in East Java.

  17. Job opportunities for youth - special edition, February 2009

    01 February 2009

    The JOY team, in coordination with Mr Peter Poschen at the head office in Geneva will work together with the Government of Indonesia to investigate what strategies are most appropriate for tackling climate change and for making companies and jobs greener. This special edition document how we intend to carry out this task, including how the JOY team will work with local government in East Java province in conjunction with small farmers and entrepreneurs to promote decent work and green jobs for young women and men.

  18. List of library accessions: January 2009

    30 January 2009

    This List of Library Accessions is produced by the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It consists of new materials available in its collection and data base which come from different sources such as ILO, NGOs, IGOs, institutions, other United Nations agencies, commercial publishers and individual experts.

2008

  1. List of library accessions: November-December 2008

    31 December 2008

    This List of Library Accessions is produced by the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It consists of new materials available in its collection and data base which come from different sources such as ILO, NGOs, IGOs, institutions, other United Nations agencies, commercial publishers and individual experts.

  2. Issues: December 2008

    09 December 2008

    Among the topics covered in this edition are the findings of a new report on Labour and Social Trends in ASEAN, the ILO's global gender campaign, women's pay in Bangladesh, workplace practices to combat avian and pandemic human influenza, strategies for extending social security coverage, human trafficking for labour exploitation, and migration policies.