Publications on Disability and work

2017

  1. 01 February 2017

    OSH Newsletter published by Bangladesh Employers' Federation

    07 March 2017

    Newsletter (October – December 2016) published by OSH Unit, Bangladesh Employers’ Federation highlighting OSH training efforts taking place supported by the Improving Working Conditions in the Ready Made Garment Sector programme

  2. 01 February 2017

    ILO Bangladesh Newsletter

    20 February 2017

2016

  1. Publication

    Promoting diversity and inclusion through workplace adjustments: A practical guide

    30 November 2016

    This guide aims to explain the concept of reasonable adjustments (“reasonable accommodation”) and provide practical step-by-step guidance on how and when these should be provided in the workplace.

  2. 01 September 2016

    ILO Bangladesh Newsletter

    01 September 2016

  3. 01 May 2016

    ILO Bangladesh Newsletter

    01 May 2016

  4. Women with Disabilities

    Focus on : Disabled Women Entrepreneurs in Zambia

    04 March 2016

    Women experience higher rates of poverty than men due to, among other factors, a lack of access to or limited opportunities for training.

2015

  1. Publication

    Decent work for persons with disabilities: promoting rights in the global development agenda

    30 November 2015

  2. Publication

    Moving towards disability inclusion: Stories of change

    09 November 2015

    The stories presented in this publication illustrate how the ILO-Irish Aid Partnership Programme through the PROPEL project is promoting employment opportunities for persons with disabilities. PROPEL operates in Ethiopia, China, Indonesia, Viet Nam and Zambia.

  3. Fact sheet

    Facts on disability

    04 November 2015

    People with disabilities make up an estimated one billion, or 15 per cent, of the world’s population. Approximately 785 million are of working age.

  4. Guidance note

    Inclusion of people with disabilities in national employment policies

    24 September 2015

    This note is designed to provide step-by-step support in effectively including women and men with disabilities in the development of national employment policies (NEP) throughout the policy process. It is aligned with the ILO Guide for the formulation of national employment policies which should be read in conjunction with this guide. Further, the resource guide on gender issues in employment and labour market policies gives guidance on how to effectively embed gender dimensions in NEP development.