ILO library in GenevaThe central ILO library is located in Geneva, at the ILO's headquarters. This library offers the possibility to researchers to have access to all major studies and reports on the world of work globally. Have a look at the website of the central ILO library.
ILO publicationsInformation about all the existing ILO publications can be found online. Should you want to order a paper version of one of the publications, please contact the ILO services in Geneva: firstname.lastname@example.org or +41 22 799 73 82.
05 March 2020
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04 October 2019
On the occasion of the ILO Centenary celebration, the Bureau for Workers’ Activities (ILO-ACTRAV) commissioned a research on the current state of the unions in the world. The research conducts by Professor Visser explores developments in union membership across the world in the past decades.
23 May 2019
Factsheet, May 2019
01 May 2018
The ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles Concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration) was negotiated and adopted by governments, employers and workers in 1977. It is the only ILO instrument that provides direct guidance on how companies can contribute to the realization of decent work for all and highlights the central role of freedom of association and collective bargaining as well as industrial relations and social dialogue.
23 April 2018
Flexible work has steadily increased in the Dutch labour market and on-call employment represents the fastest growing group. Although on-call work is both the largest and the least institutionally regulated form of flexible employment, little is known on its developments and impacts.
Coopération Sud-Sud et triangulaire (CSST) sur la formation professionnelle entre les pays du Maghreb et les Pays-Bas
27 February 2018
03 December 2017
Trade unions are working all over the world on disability issues. This research captures and summarises trade union action on disability from over 50 countries, including developed, emerging and developing economies. The research offers a new perspective to trade unions who have not worked on this issue, and points to opportunities for others to develop their work further.
30 November 2017