Publications

April 2019

  1. In Pursuit of Equality & Prosperity in Egypt- 2018 Results

    01 April 2019

    In 2019, ILO reflects with pride on 60 years of achievements in Egypt, in addition to celebrating 100 years of results at the global level (1919- 2019). In this report, you will read about the reach and results of ILO-Cairo’s 2018 programme, framed in terms of how they seek to improve the world of work in Egypt.

March 2019

  1. Child Labour in the Arab Region (A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis)

    07 March 2019

    The Arab region has witnessed a large wave of armed conflicts and population displacement in recent years, believed to have bought with it an upsurge of child labour – the magnitude of which is yet to be fully measured. The impact of armed conflict has exacerbated pre-existing levels of child labour found in rural and urban areas across the Arab region, typically driven by economic vulnerability, poor education and certain social norms.

February 2019

  1. Future of Work Report

    21 February 2019

  2. Fostering Fair Recruitment for Migrant Workers

    17 February 2019

  3. Ensuring Access to Social Protection and Portability of Social Security Rights and Benefits for Migrant Workers and their Families

    17 February 2019

  4. Combating Discrimination and Promoting Equal Treatment and Opportunities for Migrant Workers

    17 February 2019

  5. Labour Migration and Migrant Workers in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

    17 February 2019

    Assembly on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development recognized “the positive contribution of migrants for inclusive growth and sustainable development” in countries of origin, transit and destination. It highlighted that “international migration is a multidimensional reality of major relevance for the development of countries of origin, transit and destination, which requires coherent and comprehensive responses”.

  6. Tripartism and Social Dialogue on Labour Migration

    17 February 2019

    Through social dialogue, the participation of the ILO’s tripartite constituents (Ministries of Labour and workers‘ and employers’ organizations) at the local, national, bilateral, regional, interregional and global levels is central to achieving fair labour migration governance and can strengthen the effectiveness and sustainability of labour migration policies, legislation and practices.

  7. Guiding Labour Migration and Labour Mobility in Africa

    17 February 2019

    Migration today is linked, directly or indirectly, to the world of work and the quest for decent work opportunities, either within countries or across international borders. Labour migration is growing more diverse and complex. Temporary labour migration is becoming more widespread. Many countries are now countries of origin, transit and destination at the same time. More women are joining the ranks of migrant workers and in some sectors, such as the care sector and domestic work, represent the majority of the migrant labour workforce. They can face discrimination, exploitation and abuse, including violence and harassment.

  8. Resolutions and Conclusions Concerning Fair and Effective Labour Migration Governance

    17 February 2019

  9. Labour Migration and Migrant Workers in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

    17 February 2019

    The diverse labour market profiles and changing flows and patterns of migration suggests that migration is largely a labour market and decent work issue.1 Consequently, there can be no discussion of international migration in the future global agenda on sustainable development without consideration of decent work. Indeed, in his report on fair migration, presented to the International Labour Conference in May 2014, the ILO Director-General observes that “the UN post-2015 development agenda is an opportunity to give renewed impetus to the shared responsibility to promote decent jobs and social protection everywhere”2 including for migrant workers.

  10. The Statistical Bulletin on the Informal Economy

    14 February 2019

    This bulletin is the first in a series of specialized publications and fact-sheets focusing on characteristics of the informal economy in Zambia. It is envisaged that this information bulletin will provide relevant information to various stakeholders including academia, social policy analysts, policy makers, etc as they seek to identify appropriate policy options on critical areas related to the implementation of the Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP). It will also serve as a basis for further research in addressing challenges that the informal economy faces.

  11. Integrated Framework of Basic Social Protection Programmes

    14 February 2019

    The Development of the Integrated Framework of Basic Social Protection Programmes (IFBSPP) was based on extensive consultations, a comprehensive mapping of existing non-contributory social protection interventions in the social assistance, livelihoods and empowerment pillars of the Zambia National Social Protection Policy (NSSP) and an evidence-based analysis of gaps and coherence of current programming. The IFBSPP in the implementation plan of the NSSP – is a concrete instrument to improve coherence in social protection programming and operationalize the Seventh National Development Plan (7NDP) targets.

  12. Situations and needs of Ethiopian returnees from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Assessment report

    11 February 2019

    ILO commissioned an assessment to study the status and needs of KSA returnees in order to better coordinate efforts in supporting their sustainable reintegration, with a focus on skills development interventions towards labour market demand

  13. Assessment of business services and training market

    11 February 2019

    ILO conducted a study to clarify the demand of the target beneficiaries, both technical and decent livelihood needs as well as identify existing financial and non-financial service providers (and their capacity) to improve livelihood opportunities for returnees.

  14. Assessment of Awareness-raising interventions to prevent irregular migration

    11 February 2019

    The study assessed awareness-raising initiatives undertaken by the government of Ethiopia and other key stakeholders to deter irregular migration. The study looked at the various communication strategies including mass media, training, community conversation and infotainment programmes used to reach broader audience as well as targeted vulnerable social groups.

January 2019

  1. Maternity income protection in Southern and Eastern Africa

    14 January 2019

    From concept to practice

  2. Key Labour Market Trends in Egypt, 2018

    02 January 2019

    This is prepared by ILO Cairo to provide an overview of key labour market developments in Egypt drawing from the national labour force survey (CAPMAS).

  3. TRANSFORM Newsletter Issue No. 1

    01 January 2019

    TRANSFORM is an innovative learning package on the administration of national social protection floors in Africa. It encompasses learning materials and methods for adult learning, to help decision makers and practitioners take ownership in building national social protection systems through continuous learning and reflective practice. To learn more, download the TRANSFORM E-newsletter

December 2018

  1. Mapping of stakeholders working on migration at regional and woreda levels in Ethiopia

    31 December 2018

    Mapping of stakeholders working on migration at regional and woreda levels in Ethiopia_2018