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This review of the ILO's work in 2010-11 describes the scope and purpose of the ILO's development cooperation to promote the Decent Work Agenda under its four pillars of employment, social protection, social dialogue and fundamental principles and rights at work.
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Middle East and North Africa
Post 2015 Development Agenda
With the deadline for the Millennium Development Goals approaching, Aurelio Parisotto, ILO Senior Economist, explains why jobs and livelihoods should be at the centre of a post-2015 development agenda.
APERP promotes the integration of coherent national employment, vocational training and investment policies integrated into national development frameworks.
ILO, Russian Federation sign key agreements
The agreements, signed at the International High-Level Conference on Decent Work, aim at further promoting decent work, helping developing countries improve delivery of skills for employment, and promote youth employment through a partnership agreement with Russian oil giant Lukoil.
US$2.5 million to improve labour migration governance in the Middle East
The project, the first of its kind in the region, targets policy reform on labour migration, strengthened service delivery to migrant workers, and improved capacity to respond to cases of forced labour and trafficking.
Financing for youth employment in Togo
Contribution will fund a round of the Youth to Youth Fund (Y2Y Fund) in Togo for the period 2013-2014.
New contribution to migrant project
The Government of the Czech Republic will contribute CZK 1.5 million (approximately US$ 75,000) to an ILO project on the return of migrants and home country socio-economic development over the next year.
Skills and entrepreneurship for youth in Yemen
Project will provide support to skills training providers to improve their services, to trade unions and employers on how to better engage in policy dialogue, and to young women and men on entrepreneurship, as well as assist them in starting their own business.
New donation to core resources
The Government of Denmark will contribute DKK 40 million (approximately US$ 7.1 million) in flexible and predictable resources to the ILO Regular Budget Supplementary Account (RBSA).