Publications

The ILO Country Office for the Philippines (CO-Manila) publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Knowledge Centre in Manila or by email.

2016

  1. ILO Country Office for the Philippines publications catalogue, February 2016

    23 February 2016

    CO-Manila's new library resource list.

  2. Decent work for seafarers and fair competition in shipping: Programme fact sheet

    16 February 2016

    The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 is a response to the global nature of seafarers employment, setting minimum standards for decent work covering working and living conditions.

  3. Tripartite action for the protection and promotion of the rights of migrant workers in the ASEAN region (ASEAN TRIANGLE Project): Project fact sheet

    15 February 2016

    The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project aims to significantly reduce the exploitation of labour migrants in the region through increased legal and safe migration and improved labour protection.

  4. Country Level Engagement and Advocacy to Reduce Child Labour (CLEAR): Final project fact sheet

    02 February 2016

    The Project aims to enhance the capacity of the Philippines to reduce child labour by supporting its actions addressing the recommendations contained in the USDOL’s Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labour Report.

  5. Skills training and enterprise development for housekeeping NC II and dressmaking

    29 January 2016

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) contributes to achieving early recovery and transitional development of the marginalized and internally displaced people through offering of livelihood training and links to decent work opportunities. Specifically, to focus on the creation of sustainable livelihood opportunities for marginalized and vulnerable groups, particularly among the IDP women and youth - through skills and entrepreneurship training in identified market links.

  6. ILO Country Office for the Philippines publications catalogue, January 2016

    26 January 2016

    CO-Manila's new library resource list.

2015

  1. News@ILO Philippines, October-December 2015

    31 December 2015

    The 4th quarter enewsletter from the ILO Country Office for the Philippines provides latest developments and activities in the country, must reads including forthcoming events and meetings.

  2. Impact of livelihood recovery initiatives on reducing vulnerability to human trafficking and illegal recruitment: Lessons from Typhoon Haiyan

    31 December 2015

    This report examines human trafficking and illegal recruitment in Typhoon Haiyan-affected areas and evaluates and how IOM and ILO livelihood interventions assisted vulnerable workers. This report seeks to contribute to the understanding of the current state of human trafficking in Regions VII and VIII.

  3. Understanding child labour and youth employment outcomes in the Philippines: Country report

    31 December 2015

    Overcoming the twin challenges of child labour and the youth decent work deficit will be critical to progress in the Philippines towards its broader social development goals.

  4. ILO Country Office for the Philippines publications catalogue, December 2015

    18 December 2015

    CO-Manila's new library resource list.

  5. ILO Country Office for the Philippines publications catalogue, November 2015

    25 November 2015

    CO-Manila's new library resource list.

  6. Capacity building component of the Project “Promoting Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining in the Philippines”: Completion report

    16 November 2015

    The capacity building component of the project “Promoting Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining in the Philippines” consists of two main outputs. Output 1 is the design, development and pilot testing of two Philippine-specific training modules on collective bargaining, social dialogue and tripartism. Output 2 is the finalization of the modules.

  7. Healthy beginnings for a better society breastfeeding in the workplace is possible: A toolkit

    30 October 2015

    This toolkit is the first of its kind and was developed to communicate how breastfeeding benefits babies, mothers, families, workers, businesses and the society as a whole; and how they can work together to help mothers combine breastfeeding and work.

  8. INTRODUCTION - Healthy beginnings for a better society breastfeeding in the workplace is possible: A toolkit

    30 October 2015

    This toolkit is a collaboration among the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the European Union (EU). The introduction provides a brief description of the modules and includes messages from partners to support breastfeeding in the workplace.

  9. MODULE 1 - Why do mothers need to breastfeed?

    30 October 2015

    Module 1 of the Healthy beginnings for a better society breastfeeding in the workplace is possible toolkit, states facts on how breastfeeding benefits society, businesses, workers and families. It presents the workplace as an opportune venue to help mothers breastfeed. International frameworks as well as national laws that mandate the protection, promotion and support of breastfeeding in the workplace are discussed. This toolkit is a collaboration among the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the European Union (EU).

  10. MODULE 2 - What every woman and family member should know

    30 October 2015

    Module 2 of the Healthy beginnings for a better society breastfeeding in the workplace is possible toolkit, gives practical information on how a working woman ( either pregnant or a new mother) can meet breastfeeding goals by having a good start, sustaining milk production and planning a good transition back to the workplace. As allies in her breastfeeding goals, this module engages her family members (husband/partner, parents/ in-laws and other family members including child's caregiver when the woman is away for work) in practical ways. This toolkit is a collaboration among the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the European Union (EU).

  11. MODULE 3 - What every health worker should know?

    30 October 2015

    Module 3 of the Healthy beginnings for a better society breastfeeding in the workplace is possible toolkit, provides guidance at the time when working women would benefit the most. Target users are health workers, while doctors, nurses, midwives and nutritionist-dieticians will benefit from this module. This toolkit is a collaboration among the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the European Union (EU).

  12. MODULE 4 - Creating a breastfeeding-friendly workplace

    30 October 2015

    Module 4 of the Healthy beginnings for a better society breastfeeding in the workplace is possible toolkit, discusses workplace provisions of RA 10028 and provides guidance for the initiation of the Workplace Lactation Programme. This toolkit is a collaboration among the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the European Union (EU).

  13. MODULE 5 - Sustaining a breastfeeding-friendly workplace

    30 October 2015

    Module 5 of the Healthy beginnings for a better society breastfeeding in the workplace is possible toolkit, provides guidance in establishing communities supportive of breastfeeding workplaces and discusses lessons from actual implementation. This toolkit is a collaboration among the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the European Union (EU).

  14. MODULE 6 - Making sense of the Philippine Milk Code

    30 October 2015

    Module 6 of the Healthy beginnings for a better society breastfeeding in the workplace is possible toolkit, aims to raise awareness on why there is a need to regulate certain commercial entities, and how this protects the best interest of infants and mothers. This toolkit is a collaboration among the International Labour Organization (ILO), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), and the European Union (EU).