Digitization project


  1. Our digital library of ILO publications currently contains over 100,000 documents. By converting older documents into digital formats, we make them accessible for users of ILO information around the world.

    We began our digitization project in 2005 with a pilot in Lima, Peru that targeted all International Labour Conference (ILC) documents in Spanish. Since then, we have focused our attention on the official publications in all other languages.

    The majority of ILO documents since 1919 are now available to the public in digital formats, but there are still more documents to digitize and preserve for the future. We welcome your suggestions for titles or series to include in the project.

    Digital documents can be found in Labordoc, the ILO Library catalogue.

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