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  1. Article

    Supporting women entrepreneurs in the Plurinational State of Bolivia (summary)

    26 September 2022

    How simplifying business registration and licensing procedures can improve enterprise sustainability

  2. Article

    Supporting women entrepreneurs in the Plurinational State of Bolivia

    26 September 2022

    How simplifying business registration and licensing procedures can improve enterprise sustainability

  3. Article

    Helping young entrepreneurs to formalize their businesses in Nigeria (summary)

    26 September 2022

    Insights from a business formalization coach

  4. Publication

    Helping young entrepreneurs to formalize their businesses in Nigeria

    26 September 2022

    Insights from a business formalization coach

  5. Document

    Stories on the pathways to formality

    26 September 2022

  6. Video

    What is the ILO Formalize Your Business (FYB) Training Programme?

    26 September 2022

  7. Report

    Renewable Energy and Jobs: Annual Review 2022

    22 September 2022

    This new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO) provides the latest estimates of renewable energy employment globally.

  8. Event

    Supporting managers in the financial sector in their HR role

    Last year, the European Microfinance Platform conducted a survey on human resource development practices in the financial sector. One of the priority topics for financial service providers that emerged, was how to help managers in financial institutions recruit, support and mentor their staff. This webinar will summarize key actions that emerged from the survey, based on input from 195 financial service providers globally. Senior managers from VisionFund (Bolivia), Al Majmoua (Lebanon) and ASKI (Philippines) will also share their HR practices and lessons learned.

  9. Document

    Sustainable investing

    21 September 2022

  10. Publication

    Social and solidarity economy: Social innovation catalyst in Africa?

    19 September 2022

    The report illustrates and characterizes the social innovation processes carried out by Social and Solidarity Economy Organizations (SSEOs) in five African countries (South Africa, Cameroon, Morocco, Senegal and Tunisia). By analysing practical cases of social innovation, it explores the extent to which SSEOs contribute to generating social innovation in Africa for a more sustainable and inclusive local development, as well as the creation and promotion of decent work for all. The report highlights internal and external factors impacting SSEOs in their social innovation process and it presents a set of policy recommendations to unlock the potential of SSEOs as catalyser of social innovation in African.