Publications

The ILO Office in Nepal publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals relevant to Nepal. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested in hard copy from the ILO Office in Nepal.

2013

  1. Work for Youth (W4Y) (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    22 October 2013

    Project GLO/11/01/MCF Master Card Project - Evaluation consultant: Tim Otter

  2. ILO Publications. Catalogue Autumn 2013 - Update of English titles

    01 September 2013

  3. Forced labour of adults and children in the agriculture sector of Nepal focusing on Haruwa-Charuwa in Eastern Tarai and Haliya in far-western hills

    01 July 2013

    This report presents the results of a survey on the working and living conditions of adult and child labourers under the haruwa, charuwa and haliya systems in agriculture, prevalent in certain rural Districts of Nepal. The study aims to inform future policy and programme development to benefit this particularly vulnerable group of Nepal's population.

  4. Forced labour of adults and children in the agriculture sector of Nepal: Focusing on Haruwa-Charuwa in eastern Tarai and Haliya in far-western Hills

    01 July 2013

    The report presents the results of a survey on the working and living conditions of adult and child labourers under the haruwa, charuwa and haliya systems in agriculture, prevalent in certain rural Districts of Nepal. The study aims to inform future policy and programme development to benefit this particularly vulnerable group of Nepal's population.

  5. Social security/social protection in Nepal: Situation analysis

    14 June 2013

    The study reviews a comprehensive profile of existing systems, mechanisms and schemes related to social security/social protection in Nepal's formal and informal economies. This analysis provides challenges and discussions for a coherent national strategy for extending social security coverage in horizontal and vertical dimensions.

  6. Regional Training and Knowledge Sharing Workshop for Measuring Decent Work in Asia and the Pacific (Bangkok, Thailand, 27-30 November 2012)

    22 February 2013

    The Regional Training and Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Enhancing Labour Statistics for Measuring Decent Work in Asia and the Pacific which took place in Bangkok, Thailand from 27th -30th November 2012 was organized as one of the key regional activities under the MAP project. The meeting was jointly organized and funded by the MAP project, the ILO Department of Statistics and the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. It involved 36 participants, including government officials from ministries of labour and national statistical offices of Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, The Philippines, Thailand, Samoa and Sri Lanka. In addition, workers’ and employers’ representatives from the Philippines also participated, as well as and representatives from the ASEAN and SAARC.

  7. Understanding the Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention

    19 February 2013

    This handbook explains Convention No. 169 (1989) to governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations, as well as for indigenous and tribal peoples.

  8. Local edge: Decent work - Stories from the grassroots

    01 February 2013

    This collection features stories about how the creation of good jobs and achievement of personal goals is linked to local employment strategies based on the concept of decent work.

2012

  1. Green Jobs in Asia (Final Evaluation Summary)

    27 December 2012

    Project RAS/10/50/AUS - Evaluation consultants: Lucy Mitchell; Taeko Takahashi

  2. Information guide for migrant domestic workers in Lebanon

    21 December 2012

    The guide serves to improve the wellbeing of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon. It provides useful and important information before departure and after the workers arrive in Lebanon.

  3. Brochure - Way Out of Informality: Facilitating formalization of informal economy in South Asia

    29 November 2012

    Brief on the informal economy (IE) in Bangladesh, India and Nepal and an integrated Decent Work Strategy for IE.

  4. Green Jobs Background Brief No. 3 - August 2012

    29 August 2012

    The background brief provides a summary of the latest news and events from Green Jobs Programme for Asia and the Pacific

  5. Brochure - National Labour and Employment Conference 2069 (2012): Promoting conducive labour relations for decent work and job rich economic growth, 9-11 July 2012

    09 July 2012

    The brochure for the Conference outlines the objectives, conference module and Organizing and Working Committees.

  6. Nepal child labour report: Based on data drawn from the Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008

    12 June 2012

    The Report is the first comprehensive report which is based on data from a large-scale survey. It provides many useful insights into the child labour situation of Nepal and examines in great detail various aspects of child labour.

  7. Green Jobs in Asia (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    11 June 2012

    Project RAS/10/50/AUS - Evaluation consultant: Peter Larsen

  8. Nepal child labour report based on data drawn from the Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008

    31 May 2012

    This report is the first statistical report in Nepal utilizing large-scale survey data. It is based on the data collected through the Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 and it provides essential statistics for monitoring the child labour situation in the country.

  9. Youth voices from Asia and the Pacific

    18 May 2012

    Between December 2011 and May 2012, the ILO consulted young people from around the globe to gather their inputs to an International Youth Forum in Geneva, ahead of the 101st International Labour Conference for which a key focus is youth employment. As part of this global process, 13 national youth employment consultation events took place in Asia and the Pacific. This report summarises the key messages brought by young people and policy-makers.

2011

  1. 'Good Practices and Lessons Learned’ on Experiences of Interventions of Skills Enhancement for Employment Project (SEEP)

    30 December 2011

    A report prepared by Dr. Harihar Acharya on the key lessons learned and good practices of the Project.

  2. Brochure of Green Jobs in Asia project

    07 December 2011

    The brochure for the Green Jobs in Asia project outlines the objectives, strategy and components of this technical cooperation initiative. The project aims to assist five Asian countries in shifting to a low-carbon, environmentally friendly and climate resilient economy that helps accelerate the jobs recovery, reduce social gaps, support development goals and realize decent work.

  3. Green Jobs Background Brief No.2-December 2011

    01 December 2011

    The background brief provides a summary of the latest news and events from Green Jobs Programme for Asia and the Pacific