The ILO will complete its 100 years of existence in 2019. The Century Project has been created to prepare for this anniversary by developing the knowledge of ILO's history and its role in specific historical moments.
The International Institute for Labour Studies' research programme aims to shed light on the interactions between global trends and the world of work; and examine key policy dilemmas in achieving a more sustainable world economy.
Labour statistics include the size, structure, characteristics, outputs and contributions of the participants in the labour market and how these change over time.
The Database of Conditions of Work and Employment Laws provides a picture of the regulatory environment of working time, minimum wages and maternity protection in more than 100 countries around the world.
The purpose of the ILO Global Research Agenda is to identify policy approaches that help improve employment and social outcomes, support recovery from the global financial crisis and boost sustainable economic growth. It covers four main topics:
Labordoc is the ILO Library's database. It provides an ever increasing number of links to online publications available on the Internet, with references and full text access to the world's literature on the world of work.
Resource guides offer a useful starting point for labour-related research. They contain databases, links and other tools to help locate articles, books, reports and other research materials on relevant aspects of the world of work.
Published since 1921, the International Labour Review is a global multidisciplinary journal of labour and social policies.
Overview of recent research on labour and social policies from trade union researchers and academics around the world.
ILO Magazine published three times a year