Publications

The ILO Office in Bangladesh publishes reports, working papers, brochures and training manuals. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Library in Dhaka. Email

2019

  1. ILO Report on Decent Work Deficits in Domestic Work in Bangladesh

    04 March 2019

    This paper presents the findings of an evidence-based study on decent work deficits in domestic work in Bangladesh. It analyses the perceptions of 500 domestic workers surveyed in Dhaka, among them 375 serve as live-in and 125 as live-out domestic workers.

  2. Employment Injury Insurance Scheme for Bangladesh (English)

    09 January 2019

  3. Sustainability Compact for the Bangladesh RMG Industry

    03 January 2019

2018

  1. SDIR Project update: December 2018

    31 December 2018

  2. Breaking gender barriers in the World of Work

    18 December 2018

    The 15 women featured in this book illustrate the boundaries that have broken down and the massive difference that a basic skills-training programme can make.

  3. TERMS OF REFERENCE Bangladesh DWCP TRIPARTITE STEERING COMMITTEE

    02 December 2018

  4. DWCP MOU

    02 December 2018

  5. DECENT WORK COUNTRY PROGRAMME: BANGLADESH 2017-2020

    02 December 2018

  6. Bangladesh DWCP TRIPARTITE Steering Committee

    02 December 2018

  7. RMG Programme Phase II (English)

    04 November 2018

  8. Advocacy Sheets: Good practices, replication steps and way forward

    09 October 2018

    This project successfully demonstrated some market driven skills delivery systems such as Public-Private partnership (PPP), Employment Support Services (ESS), Apprenticeship, Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Green Jobs. These advocacy sheets captured the good practices and shows the path of replication steps and way forward for skills and employability.

  9. Recognition of Prior Learning Certification for self-learned skills: Good practices, replication steps and way forward

    09 October 2018

    ILO’s Canadian-funded Bangladesh Skills for Employment and Productivity (B-SEP) project has supported the Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB) to certify 2,500 workers, including migrant workers, through RPL.

  10. Public-Private Partnerships benefit TVET institutes and industry alike: Good practices, replication steps and way forward

    09 October 2018

    The ILO's B-SEP project introduced five partnerships between public sector training institutes (i.e. TVET institutions) under the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) and selected private sector enterprises to test and demonstrate different models of PPP and varied ways to unlock private investments for promoting skills market linked skills development.

  11. Promoting entrepreneurs to create Green Jobs: Good practices, replication steps and way forward

    09 October 2018

    The ILO B-SEP project supported altogether 580 Green Entrepreneurs in six occupations – waste collection and segregation, inorganic waste trading, organic fertilizer production, organic food production, mushroom production and eco-tourism to support micro-entrepreneurs in creating Green Jobs through skills and enterprise development training, capital seed money and market linkages.

  12. Employment Support Services (ESS) and Career Guidance Cells (CGC) for a smooth school-to-work transition: Good practices, replication steps and way forward

    09 October 2018

    Under the supervision of the B-SEP project, eight Employment Support Service (ESS) units and Career Guidance Cells (CGS) were piloted from 2015-2018. Among the institutes, seven are government run and one is a non-government training institute.

  13. Apprenticeship programmes to boost productivity and employability: Good practices, replication steps and way forward

    09 October 2018

    ILO’s Canadian-funded Bangladesh Skills for Employment and Productivity (B-SEP) project has worked with industries and government to strengthen, expand and popularize apprenticeships in the skills system.

  14. Employment and environmental sustainability in Asia and the Pacific

    04 October 2018

    The Employment and Environmental Sustainability Fact Sheets series provides key indicators of employment and environmental sustainability performance. They include: (i) employment in environmental sectors; (ii) skill levels; (iii) vulnerability of jobs; (iv) jobs in renewable energy; and (v) scoring on the Environmental Performance Index.

  15. RCC Remediation Kit

    18 September 2018

  16. RCC Fact Sheet

    18 September 2018

    Remediation Coordination Cell for Bangladesh ready-made garment industry

  17. Access to Remediation Finance

    18 September 2018

    This document is part of a RCC remediation kit