The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to Sri Lanka. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Office in Sri Lanka.
Best practices in social insurance for migrant workers: The case of Sri Lanka
01 March 2008
Highlights the Overseas Workers Welfare Fund (OWWF) with special focus on social insurance schemes that are a permanent feature of the migration process in Sri Lanka.
National action plan for youth employment in Sri Lanka
01 September 2006
Contains strategic assessments and policy recommendations. It was produced under the purview of the Youth Employment Network (YEN) established by the Government of Sri Lanka involving senior policy-makers from government agencies and institutions, the private sector and the civil society.
National policy on decent work
31 August 2006
Identifies the existing weaknesses in the focus areas of Decent Work and sets out policies designed to overcome them, while the National Plan of Action converts policy into action. Together these two documents set out the direction that Sri Lanka needs to take in implementing economic and social development. It is also the point of convergence for other policies on several aspects of decent work, and thus creates a blueprint for action in creating employment, and in ensuring the quality of work and workers’ lives.
Reaching behind closed doors: A survey of legal and policy responses to child domestic labour in South Asia together with recommendations for reform
05 April 2006
This paper frames the international standard of protection in the context of child domestic labour and reviews by comparison the extent of legal and policy measures relating to this sector across South Asia.
Needs Asessment Survey for Income Recovery (NASIR) - III: a survey carried out in tsunami-affected areas in Sri Lanka during October 2005
01 April 2006
A survey carried out in Tsunami-affected areas in Sri Lanka during October 2005.
Social dialogue at enterprise level: successful experiences
06 May 2005
The study introduces concepts of social dialogue at the workplace, enumerates enabling condidions for social dialogue to work effectively and demonstrates positive features of social dialogue with empirical studies.
ISSUES, Vol. 4, No. 1, April 2005
01 April 2005
The ISSUES is published three times a year by the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific covering the work of the ILO in Asia-Pacific region. For this issue, it focuses on tsunami reconstruction in Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India.
Migrant workers and human rights: Out-migration from South Asia
08 September 2004
This publication is in line with ILO mandate in support of migrant workers. The studies covering five countries in South Asia - Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka were undertaken from August to November 2003. It presents an overview of out-migration from South Asia and is intended to be utilized as background material for the General Discussion on Migrant Workers at June 2004 Session of the International Labour Conference.
Partnerships for childcare
25 May 2004
Sri Lanka: Good practices to prevent women migrant workers from going into exploitative forms of labour
01 December 2002
Focuses on the situation of the women migrant workers in their families, workplaces, communities and societies in sending and receiving countries and also on the initiatives, policies and programmes, “good” and “bad” practices implemented by government, private recruitment and employment agencies and a wide range of social actors to assist and protect women migrants against exploitation and abuse and to prevent them from being trafficked.
Sri Lanka: Child activity survey: Sri Lanka (1999)
18 October 1999
A report on child labour activity in Sri Lanka in 1999 based on the Household Based Survey Module on Child Labour.
Pakistan: Summary results of child labour survey in Pakistan (1996)
09 October 1996
Summary of findings of a child labour survey conducted in Pakistan by the Federal Bureau of Statistics, in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Manpower and Overseas Pakistanis and the ILO in 1996.