1. Practical guidelines for developing and implementing workplace policies and programmes on HIV and AIDS

    26 November 2015

    Based on ILO experiences in the English- and Dutch-speaking Caribbean Countries

  2. ILO Caribbean NewsLink July-September 2015

    29 October 2015

    The July to September issue of ILO Caribbean Newslink covers ILO supports Trinidad and Tobago National Workplace Policy review on HIV and AIDS; Roundtable on the reduction of child labour for Latin America and the Caribbean; ILO provides training at the Industrial Court of Trinidad and Tobago; Social Dialogue in Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean; Decent work and the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development; among other things...

  3. Independent evaluation of the ILO’s Decent Work Country Programmes, strategies and actions in the Caribbean (2010-15)

    27 October 2015

    The objective of the high-level evaluation (HLE) of the ILO’s Decent Work Country Programmes (DWCPs), strategies and actions in the Caribbean (2010–2015), as expressed in the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the assignment, was to assess whether the ILO’s DWCPs, strategies and actions are effectively serving as instruments through which to achieve the Decent Work Agenda (DWA), in order to extract lessons that would lead to: (i) improved country programme planning and implementation; (ii) improved organizational effectiveness; (iii) better accounting for results; (iv) strengthened synergies among the ILO’s technical advice and technical cooperation (TC) activities; (v) application of lessons learned in future programmes and projects; and (vi) identification of approaches to better support the achievement of the areas of critical importance (ACIs) identified as priorities by the national tripartite constituents of these countries and other development partners.

  4. ILO Publications Catalogue 2015

    01 October 2015

  5. ILO Caribbean NewsLink April-June 2015

    20 July 2015

    The April to June issue of ILO Caribbean Newslink covers the adoption of historic the labour standard to tackle the informal economy; the Labour Market Reform Commission which was launched in Jamaica; Youth employment and informality; among other things...

  6. Report of the National Child Activity Survey - Belize 2013

    20 May 2015

    This survey is intended to provide updated information on working children, child labour, and hazardous work performed by children in Belize, as desired by the National Steering Committee on Child Labour set up by the Ministry of Labour, Government of Belize.

  7. Brochure of the National Child Activity Survey - Belize 2013 - Key facts and figures

    20 May 2015

  8. ILO Caribbean NewsLink January-March2015

    27 April 2015

    This quarterly issue of the ILO Caribbean Office's newsletter covers DWCP for Caribbean constituents; The ILO DG's participation at the 9th Meeting of Caribbean Labour Ministers; The launch of the CLEAR Child Labour Project in Suriname; The launch of the ILO-EU Project for CEC and CCL; Employers' and Workers activies, among other things...

  9. Promoting formal employment among youth: innovative experiences in Latin America and the Caribbean.

    20 April 2015

    Formalizing employment, particularly youth employment, continues to pose a challenge for the countries of the region. Currently, 13% of youth are unemployed and 55.7% are informally employed (ILO 2013 and ILO 2014). The challenge of enabling the new labour force to actively participate in the labour market is compounded by the additional challenge of guaranteeing that the new jobs meet decent work criteria.

  10. Youth Informality. Formalizing the informal youth. Innovative experiences. Jamaica.

    08 April 2015

    The Jamaican economy is characterised by persistent stagnation with an annual growth rate of 0.53% over the period 1999-2014. The economic crisis of 2008 saw the collapse of the bauxite and alumina, declines in remittances and stagnation in the tourism industry. FORLAC reports that over the period 2006-2011 exports averaged 30% of GDP and imports 47%.