Good Practice

Monitoring and Assessing Decent Work in Developing Countries (MAP) -Two Volumes - Final Evaluation

Good Practice Description

The tripartite consensus-building process identified and agreed set of decent work indicators, approved drafts of Decent Work Country Profiles, helped build national ownership, increased interest in and advocacy for decent work and provided a fact-based basis for social dialogue. This good practice links to the Specific Objective 1 of the Project 'National partners strengthen their capacity to self-monitor and self-assess progress towards DW and its 'Result 2': In the pilot countries, government, social partners and other stakeholders are more aware of the dimensions of the level of decent work in the country, their capacity to carry out research related to decent work has increased and ownership of the concept of decent work has increased'.