Publications

The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to Asia and the Pacific. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Knowledge Centre in Bangkok.

October 2016

  1. The ILO in the Philippines

    04 October 2016

    This Country Leaflet gives an overview of ILO activities in the Philippines. It summarizes the ILO’s history in the country, and outlines the work undertaken in cooperation with the government, employers and workers organizations, and development partners on a wide range of work and work-place issues.

  2. News@ILO, October 2016

    04 October 2016

    The e-newsletter from the ILO Regional Office in Asia and the Pacific providing the latest developments and activities in the region, upcoming events and recent publications.

September 2016

  1. News@ILO Philippines, 3rd quarter 2016

    30 September 2016

    The 3rd quarter enewsletter from the ILO Country Office for the Philippines provides latest developments and activities in the country, must reads including forthcoming events and meetings.

  2. Minimum Referrral Wages for International Migrant Workers from India: An Assessment

    30 September 2016

    This technical report adopts a comparative approach to assess the functioning of the minimum referral wage system of the Government of India in the context of migration flows from India to three countries in the Gulf region - Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and UAE.

  3. Promoting social insurance: Dedicated for herders

    30 September 2016

    The self-learning manual for herders on social insurance. The manual was produced only in Mongolian.

  4. Bulgan and Tsatsral are getting familiarized with social insurance

    30 September 2016

    The comic book for students and young people provides basic information about social insurance in Mongolia including its all five schemes. The book is available only in Mongolian.

  5. From Pakistan to the Gulf region: An analysis of links between labour markets, skills and the migration cycle

    30 September 2016

    This report examines the linkages between labour demand, skills and the recruitment process with a focus on low-skilled migration from Pakistan to the Gulf Cooperation Council.

  6. New arrivals at the ILO Knowledge Centre in Bangkok: September 2016

    30 September 2016

    A list of new publications that have just arrived at the ILO Knowledge Centre, Bangkok.

  7. My.COOP – Managing your agricultural cooperative Trainer’s manual

    29 September 2016

    It is a part of a training package “Managing your agricultural cooperative - My.COOP” that was translated and adapted into the Mongolian herders’ cooperative context. The training package that consists of four modules and a trainers’ manual is now available in the Mongolian language.

  8. My.COOP – Managing your agricultural cooperative Module 4: Cooperative marketing

    29 September 2016

    It is a part of a training package “Managing your agricultural cooperative - My.COOP” that was translated and adapted into the Mongolian herders’ cooperative context. The training package that consists of four modules and a trainers’ manual is now available in the Mongolian language.

  9. My.COOP – Managing your agricultural cooperative Module 3: Supply of farm inputs

    29 September 2016

    It is a part of a training package “Managing your agricultural cooperative - My.COOP” that was translated and adapted into the Mongolian herders’ cooperative context. The training package that consists of four modules and a trainers’ manual is now available in the Mongolian language.

  10. My.COOP – Managing your agricultural cooperative Module 2: Cooperative service provision

    29 September 2016

    It is a part of a training package “Managing your agricultural cooperative - My.COOP” that was translated and adapted into the Mongolian herders’ cooperative context. The training package that consists of four modules and a trainers’ manual is now available in the Mongolian language.

  11. My.COOP – Managing your agricultural cooperative Module 1: Basics of agricultural cooperatives

    29 September 2016

    It is a part of a training package “Managing your agricultural cooperative - My.COOP” that was translated and adapted into the Mongolian herders’ cooperative context. The training package that consists of four modules and a trainers’ manual is now available in the Mongolian language.

  12. Livestock product: Processing of sheep and yak wool

    29 September 2016

    This manual is a part of the self-learning package for herders on raw material processing. It was produced only in Mongolian.

  13. Livestock product: Skin and hide processing

    29 September 2016

    This manual is a part of the self-learning package for herders on raw material processing. It was produced only in Mongolian.

  14. Livestock product: Processing of meat products

    29 September 2016

    This manual is a part of the self-learning package for herders on raw material processing. It was produced only in Mongolian.

  15. Livestock product: Processing of dairy products

    29 September 2016

    This manual is a part of the self-learning package for herders on raw material processing. It was produced only in Mongolian.

  16. Community-based business development: A self-learning manual for young herders

    29 September 2016

    This self-learning manual is a Mongolian herder-oriented adaptation of the training materials for SIYB and community-based enterprise development. The manual is available only in Mongolian.

  17. Sustaining GSP-Plus Status by Strengthened National Capacities to Improve ILS Compliance and Reporting (Project fact sheet)

    29 September 2016

    The Government of Pakistan was granted GSP-Plus status and to sustain it the government is required to comply with and report on twenty-seven international standards including the eight core Labour Standards. The project aims to strengthen the capacities of government of Pakistan to better comply and report on the core labour standards.

  18. Regional Model Competency Standards: Garment work

    27 September 2016

    Competency standards are a set of benchmarks that define the skills, knowledge, and attributes that people need to perform a work role. They are developed in consultation with industry, in order to ensure that they reflect the needs of the workplace. These standards are primarily used to develop and implement training, to assess the outcomes of training, and to assess the level of a person’s existing skills and competencies.

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