Publications on Green Jobs

Just released

  1. GAIN Training Guidebook

    How to measure and model social and employment outcomes of climate and sustainable development policies

    14 December 2017

    This training guidebook can be introduced into national teaching institutions that would serve as regional-hubs supported by ILO and GAIN trainers. Ideally, over time 2 Introduction institutions would formalize such training in national curricula or as an elective in a university programme. It could become an economics course or elective for bachelor- or masters-level students.

  2. Partnership for Action on Green Economy

    Green Industrial Policy: concept, policies, contry experiences

    13 December 2017

    The “Green Industrial Policy: Concept, Policies, Country Experiences” report illustrates how green industrial policy can be a driver for a green economy transformation and highlights the social, environmental and economic co-benefits of green industrial policy.

  3. Working Paper No. 2 / 2017

    Working conditions of indigenous women and men in Central Africa: an analysis based on available evidence

    13 December 2017

    Drawing on previous ILO research as well as a number of other available sources, this paper provides an analytical overview of key issues faced by indigenous peoples in the world of work in the Central African region. Highlighting ILO and United Nations instruments that seek to promote and protect the rights of indigenous women and men, the paper points to several measures to make these rights more effective for them, including improving data availability, protecting indigenous peoples’ rights to land and natural resources, and adopting special measures to overcome discrimination against them.