Resources on social protection

  1. How to balance fiscal responsibility with employment objectives?

    16 May 2017

    As a number of emerging countries grapple with revenue constraints and weak growth, it is important to learn lessons from recent experience in this area, and to bear in mind that fiscal and employment goals can be achieved together.

  2. ILO online learning programme introduces Syrian refugees to their workplace rights in Jordan

    02 May 2017

    The programme is part of on-going efforts by the ILO to help formalize the work of Syrian refugees in Jordan.

  3. Report form for the General Survey on the Social Protection Floors Recommendation, 2012 (No. 202)

    13 March 2017

  4. Luxembourg-ILO cooperation

    09 March 2017

    Luxembourg is a long-standing partner of the ILO in promoting the Decent Work Agenda. This factsheet provides an overview of the cooperation between Luxembourg and the ILO, which focuses on the areas of youth employment, vocational training and social protection.

  5. List of Participants

    05 March 2017

    Extension of social protection in the context of formalization policies

  6. Information Note

    05 March 2017

    Extension of social protection in the context of formalization policies

  7. Training Programme

    05 March 2017

    Extension of social protection in the context of formalization policies

  8. Extension of social protection in the context of formalization policies

    This training is especially aimed at technicians of social security institutions of the Caribbean region who are involved in the design, implementation and monitoring of social protection policies and schemes.

  9. Fast Track VCT@WORK – Closing the HIV testing gap

    Nearly 1 million workers took the HIV test in 2016 in five Indian states. Successes continue but ILO pushes for greater cooperation for an integrated response to HIV and AIDS.

  10. © Matteo Paciotti 2017

    More long-term care services for the elderly needed in Central-Eastern Europe

    10 February 2017

    ILO study highlights shortage of quality long-term services for older people in the region while a significant number of female migrant workers move to Western Europe to fill existing gaps. We asked Kenichi Hirose, co-author of the research with Zofia Czepulis-Rutkowska, to tell us more about these trends.