|Australia: Overview of progress towards decent work (06/13)|
|Belgium: Update, February 2014|
|Canada: Cooperation results overview|
|Czech Republic: Cooperation results overview|
|Denmark: Partnership Agreement - Policy dialogue with social partners|
|European Union: The ILO and the EU - Partners for decent work and social justice: Impact of ten years of cooperation|
|Flanders: Cooperation results overview|
|France: Le partenariat France–BIT : Ensemble au service du travail décent|
|Germany and the ILO: An overview of cooperation results|
|Ireland: Irish Aid Cooperation Results Overview (02/13)|
|Italy: An overview of Italy's voluntary contribution to the ILO|
|Japan: Cooperation Results Overview|
|Republic of Korea: Cooperation Results|
|Luxembourg: Résultats de la coopération Luxembourg-OIT|
|The Netherlands and the ILO - Annual Policy Dialogue, March 2013|
|Norway: Cooperation Results Overview|
|Spain / España: 25 años de actividades OIT con el apoyo de la cooperación española: Promoviendo el trabajo decente y la justicia social (in Spanish) |
Update, February 2014
|Sweden: Cooperation Agreement, 2009-13: Cooperation results overview|
|Switzerland-ILO Cooperation, Update, February 2014|
Rural youth employment
ILO-led UN Joint Programme with FAO on decent work and food security will create job opportunities for young entrepreneurs along agricultural value chains and boost food security for rural populations in Zambia.
Middle East and North Africa
New contribution to the ILO will focus on the promotion of youth employment through two country-level components.
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).
New donor funding
This statistical summary provides final figures on ILO technical cooperation in 2011.
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.
Click here to go to the interactive on-line version in English - Français - Español
Contribution to core resources and to ILO/IFC's Better Work Programme