Multinational Enterprises (EMP/MULTI) resources

  1. Flyer project RBCLAC

    11 December 2019

  2. Flyer Project RBCLAC

    11 December 2019

  3. Responsible Business Key messages from International Instruments

    11 December 2019

  4. CERLAC Logo

    11 December 2019

  5. International labour standards and corporate social responsibility: the labour dimension of human rights due diligence

    This five-day course aims to strengthen the capacity of participants to understand the principles of international labour standards as they relate to company operations (including due diligence related to labour rights) and how those principles can be most effectively implemented in company operations.

  6. Effective investment facilitation and sustainable development

    This five-day course will help investment promotion agencies to strengthen their investment promotion and facilitation capacities, expand their after-care services and, more broadly, enhance the development impacts of FDI flowing into their countries, particularly as regards the creation of more and better jobs. The course is run jointly by WAIPA (World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies) and the International Labour Organization (ILO).

  7. Multinational enterprises, development and decent work: the approach of the MNE Declaration

    This five-day course will look at how governments, enterprises and the social partners are encouraged to each put policies in place and engage with each other through dialogue to maximize the positive contribution of multinational enterprises to socio economic development and decent work.

  8. Report on the expert advice service and web site March 2019

    21 November 2019

  9. Strengthening Support for Trade Through Decent Work

    04 November 2019

  10. Policies, initiatives and tools to promote women’s economic empowerment in the world of work in Japan

    22 October 2019

    This mapping document has been produced with financial support from the European Union. It was commissioned by the ILO and Emi Omura (consultant) carried out the review in Japan. The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of UN Women, the International Labour Organization, and the European Union or their constituents.