Publications

2013

  1. Report of the Seminar "Tackling employment challenges through coordinated action" Maputo, 16-18 April 2013

    19 April 2013

    Maputo, 16-18 April 2013

  2. EmPolicy Gateway

    19 April 2013

    Explore, share & compare knowledge on employment policies

  3. Developing multi-year budget planning and programming tools to account for national employment objectives in national budgets

    19 April 2013

    A Concept Note - Technical Cooperation Project “Global tools and capacity-building for governments and social partners to formulate and implement national employment policies” - GLO/11/53/SID

  4. Strengthening the capacity of Workers' Organizations to effectively engage in employment policy-making

    19 April 2013

    A Concept Note - Technical Cooperation Project “Global tools and capacity-building for governments and social partners to formulate and implement national employment policies” - GLO/11/53/SID

  5. Youth guarantees: a response to the youth employment crisis?

    04 April 2013

    Employment Policy Brief

  6. Understanding the Strong Link Between Program Implementation and Impact Evaluation

    01 March 2013

    This brief presents the lessons of the impact evaluation of Uganda’s Entrepreneurship Education Nationaljajaj Curriculum in terms of evaluation design and process.

  7. Implementing the G20 Seoul Development and Employment Commitments: An Assessment

    11 February 2013

    This study assesses how much the G20 members have implemented the development and employment commitments that were made at the G20 summit in Seoul on November 11-12, 2010, both in the first year following the summit and then in the months and years beyond. The study also synthesizes supporting case studies on India, Mexico and South Africa for deeper analysis.

  8. Republic of Korea: Development of National Employment Policies through Two Economic Crises

    07 January 2013

    The purpose of the study is to (i) document employment policies that the Republic of Korea implemented to cope with two economic crises (1997 and 2008); (ii) extract policy lessons which could be useful to other countries; and (iii) review the Republic of Korea’s experience from the standpoint of ILO Convention on Employment Policy and Promotion (C.122) which requires each member state to pursue an active employment policy as a major goal.

  9. Guide to the Millennium Development Goals Employment Indicators, second edition

    03 January 2013

2012

  1. Second national tripartite consultation on "Employment policy development for Cambodia with a focus on young women and men"

    19 December 2012

    18-19 December 2012, Inter-Continental Hotel, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

  2. Youth Employment Newsletter #1

    17 December 2012

  3. Implications of the recent macroeconomic policies on employment and labour market outcomes in Peru

    17 December 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 134

  4. Employment implications of the "Five - Hubs Strategy" of Sri Lanka

    19 November 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 116

  5. Report on the National High Level Dialogue Policy Workshop

    23 October 2012

    Prepared by Tiyesere Mercy Chikapa Jamali and Prof Ben Kalawa

  6. Well-being and the non-material dimension of work

    31 August 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 125

  7. Guide for the formulation of national employment policies

    28 August 2012

    This guide for the formulation of national employment policies has been prepared as a capacity building tool for ILO’s tripartite constituents, ILO technical staff and a variety of national stakeholders who are engaged in the development and implementation of national employment policies (NEP). It provides practical guidance and a clear and value-based framework in which to develop national employment policies adapted to local contexts and conditions. It draws on practical experience gained through the ILO’s policy advisory work in some 60 countries from 2006 to 2011, as well as on the most recent policy research and analysis regarding employment and labour markets. This Guide provides a road map and framework for developing a coherent and integrated national employment policy through policy dialogue. It can be an essential component of the capacity-building strategy for Governments (Ministries of Labour, but also Finance,Planning, Economy, and others), Employers and Workers’ organizations an all those concerned with employment. It can be used as a stand-alone resource or accompanied by training activities and workshops. The capacity-building strategy described is flexible and responsive to specific demands and relevant to a wide range of contexts. This guide is produced as a living and evolving resource to be enriched with further feedback and discussions.

  8. National Tripartite Consultation report on "National Employment Policy for Cambodia with a focus on young women and men"

    17 August 2012

    Raffles Hotel Le Royal, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 16 August 2012

  9. Measuring Success of Youth Livelihood Interventions: A Practical Guide to Monitoring and Evaluation

    29 June 2012

    This guide addresses the monitoring and evaluation of youth livelihood interventions, with a specific focus on impact evaluation. The objective of this guide is to equip practitioners with the basis set of concepts and tools needed to make informed decisions about how to best evaluate their programmes.

  10. Tackling the youth employment crisis: A macroeconomic perspective

    04 June 2012

    Employment Working Paper No. 124

  11. Brief profile on Informal Economy

    25 May 2012

    Employment for social justice and a fair globalization