Zambia: Resources

  1. Studies on employment and extractive industry-dominated African countries

    18 September 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 221

  2. Zambia to host the 1st Africa Forum on Private Sector Inclusive Green Growth and Job Creation

    29 August 2017

    Employment, Labour and Commerce ministers from Finland and Zambia together with over 120 policy makers and implementers, chief executive officers, senior managers and officials from private, public and civil society entities, employer and worker organisations, entrepreneurs, creative thinkers, innovators, academics and researchers from different countries from more than 25 countries in Africa and elsewhere will from September 6 - 8, 2017 gather at Avani Hotel in Livingstone to discuss policy and actions for promoting inclusive green growth and the creation of decent green jobs.

  3. 2017 Zambia Social Protection Week

    The Social Protection Week is a public event, that brings together Government, Social Partners, Cooperating Partners, Civil Society Organizations, Social Security institutions, Academia, Faith Based Organizations, Parliamentarians, Media and most importantly the general public to be informed, discuss and contribute to the development of Social Protection in Zambia.

  4. ILO Malawi holds training for media professionals

    28 August 2017

    Journalists in Blantyre, Malawi have been challenged to take interest in promoting a positive face of the world of work and ensure best practices are upheld when reporting.

  5. The Decent Work Academy , A 5-day study, debate and incubator

    The Decent Work Academy offers policy makers and development partners the opportunity to explore and debate present and future work challenges on the African continent. The Academy will draw on the experiences of leading international experts on labour rights, social protection, social dialogue, employment and enterprise development to share the latest global thinking on these topics. Participants will be equipped with additional know-how to meet the challenges of fast-evolving labour markets in African countries.

  6. Africa Forum Private Sector Inclusive Green Growth and Job Creation

    The Zambia Green Jobs Programme (ZGJP), the Government of Zambia and the Government of Finland, in collaboration with the International Training Centre of the ILO and the ILO’s Green Centenary Initiative are pleased to announce the upcoming Africa Forum on Private Sector Inclusive Green Growth and Job Creation that will take place on 6 – 8 September 2017 in Livingstone, Zambia.

  7. ILO committed to mainstreaming Gender Equality across the Organisation and Beyond

    20 August 2017

    The Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) initiated by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has pledged commitment in mainstreaming gender equality across the organisation and beyond.

  8. ILO hosts Southern African Journalist workshop dubbed Communicating Labour Rights

    20 August 2017

    The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has challenged the Media to take an active role in understanding Employment and labour issues as they are central to the survival of Communities and Governments.

  9. Social Protection Bill moving forward

    01 August 2017

    During the months of June and July, the Zambian Ministry of Labour and Social Security, with the support of the International Labour Organization (ILO), organised a series of workshops on the development of the National Social Protection Bill.

  10. National Policies on Disability and Social Protection – Easy Read versions

    31 July 2017

    Lusaka: Two national policy documents namely the Zambia National Policy on Disability and the Zambia National Social Protection Policy have been translated into Easy to Read versions. The Easy Read translations have been developed with the intention of making the content of the policies easy to understand for anyone. Easy Read documents are often used to make information more accessible and easy to understand to people with learning disabilities, but these versions have been produced for the public at large and is meant for anyone who wants to familiarize with the topics in a more reader friendly and simple English.