Post-2015 development goals
As the debate on the post-Millennium Development Goals agenda gathers pace, the ILO says the most pressing priorities are job creation and social protection.
Development cooperation and transparency
The Dashboard gives financial and documentary data on ILO’s Extra-budgetary Technical Cooperation (XBTC) projects and on Regular Budget Supplementary Account (RBSA) programmes. This online portal provides both financial and documentary information on the general allocation of ILO project funds and project activities since 2005, the earliest project information available when the Integrated Resource Information System (IRIS) was first implemented in the ILO. Data on RBSA programmes is available as from their inception in 2008.
This handbook demonstrates that in different religions and spiritual traditions there is great convergence of values on the subject of work.
In 2012-2013 the ILO achieved a delivery rate of 80 per cent, the highest ever. This review of ILO development results reflects the changing nature and increased impact of its operations, and the growing recognition of the value of decent work.
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The Government of Denmark will contribute DKK 50 million (approximately US$ 8.6 million) to the ILO's Regular Budget Supplementary Account (RBSA) and DKK 15 million (US$ 2.6 million) to the Better Work programme – an innovative partnership between the ILO and the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank.
Provides figures on expenditure, delivery, extrabudgetary funding, by partner, region, Strategic Objective, etc.
'If you want peace, cultivate social justice' was the topic of discussion at this high-level panel event held in conjunction with an ILO Governing Body discussion on the ILO's development cooperation in fragile States.ILO Governing Body paper: ILO technical cooperation in fragile States
ILO technical cooperation portfolio to tackle the youth employment crisis.
This Good Practices Guide will help governments, workers, employers, and civil society learn from successful initiatives promoting decent work.