24 August 2016
The report provides updated figures on global and regional youth unemployment. It also looks at working poverty rates, decent work opportunities in both developed and developing economies as well as gender inequalities and migration trends among young people.
21 June 2016
This report examines the effectiveness of active labour market policies implemented in Latin America, notably policies carried out in Argentina, Colombia and Peru.
19 May 2016
This edition of the WESO looks at poverty reduction and how it has been influenced by income inequality and the availability of quality jobs in developing and developed countries.
08 March 2016
This report provides the latest ILO data on women’s position in labour markets, examines the factors behind these trends and explores the policy drivers for transformative change.
29 February 2016
The KILM is a multifunctional research tool designed to make labour market information and analysis easily accessible.
19 January 2016
The World Employment and Social Outlook is the ILO’s flagship report on world of work issues. Exploring the inter-connected nature of macroeconomic policies on the one hand, and employment and social outcomes on the other, it analyses which policy combinations are most effective in delivering high employment and balanced incomes. The publication also provides readers with the most up-to-date global as well as regional labour market and social indicators.
16 December 2015
This volume of essays considers how the ILO has helped generate a set of ideas and practices to advance social and economic reform in the Americas and the Asia Pacific.
08 October 2015
This issue of Global Employment Trends for Youth provides an update on youth labour markets around the world, focusing both on the continuing labour market instability and on structural issues in youth labour markets.
04 September 2015
Report prepared for the G20 Labour and Employment Ministers Meeting and Joint Meeting with G20 Finance Ministers (Ankara, Turkey, 3-4 September 2015) by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the International Monetary Fund, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the World Bank Group.