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October 2009

  1. Revised Office proposal for the measurement of decent work - indicators

    14 October 2009

    In September 2008, the ILO convened an international Tripartite Meeting of Experts (TME) on the Measurement of Decent Work, and consequently, adopted a framework of Decent Work Indicators – statistic and legal – that was endorsed by the 18th International Conference of Labour Statisticians.

June 2009

January 2009

December 2008

  1. Resolutions concerning the measurement of decent work and indicators of labour underutilization

    05 December 2008

    The 18th International Conference of Labour Statisticians ended in Geneva with the adoption of international statistical standards on child labour and working time as well as new guidelines for the measurement of decent work, labour underutilization and volunteer work.

November 2008

  1. Discussion Paper: Gender Dimensions of Globalization

    14 November 2008

    A discussion paper presented at the meeting on “Globalisation – Decent Work and Gender”, September 4, 2008, a side-event to the Oslo Conference on Decent Work – A key to Social Justice for a Fair Globalisation

October 2008

  1. Tripartite Meeting of Experts on the Measurement of Decent Work: Chairperson's report

    28 October 2008

    The development of a methodology to measure progress towards decent work could be conceived of as a process which could involve work on: the identification of a global template of qualitative and quantitative indicators that can be used to measure progress towards decent work at the country level; the collection of statistical data and qualitative information related to selected decent work indicators; and finally the presentation of decent work indicators and information on rights at work and the legal framework for decent work in detailed country profiles.

September 2008

August 2008

  1. Measurement of decent work

    21 August 2008

    This discussion paper, presented at the Tripartite Meeting of Experts on the Measurement of Decent Work in 2008, has been concerned with the measurement of decent work and, more specifically, how progress towards decent work can be monitored at the country level. It began by discussing which implications could be drawn from the nature of the Decent Work Agenda for the measurement of decent work, and emphasized that rights at work are relevant to all aspects of the Decent Work Agenda. On the basis of this discussion, it concluded that two types of information are needed to monitor progress towards decent work at the country level: statistical indicators and information on rights at work and the legal framework for decent work.

March 2008

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