Library / documentation center

The Employment Sector Information and Documentation centre offers ILO Officials both at Headquarters and the field, ILO constituents, journalists, students and others a range of services to meet your information needs.

This includes access to the Sector's free publications, research assistance, loans from the Employment Sector's or the ILO Library's collection, guidance on how to use information resources and on-line research tools effectively. The Centre also organises displays of its own as well as other ILO publications during special events.

Recent publications

  1. Publication

    Employer organizations in the governance of TVET and skills systems

    09 July 2020

  2. ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment Working Paper No. 6

    Attaining SDG 8 in Azerbaijan: The challenges of economic transformation and job creation

    29 June 2020

  3. ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment Working Paper No. 5

    Accelerating structural transformation towards SDG goals: Macroeconomic and sectoral policies for full and productive employment in Rwanda

    26 June 2020

  4. ILO Country study

    Portugal : Rapid assessment of the impact of COVID-19 on the economy and labour market

    26 June 2020

  5. Skills

    ILO Toolkit for Quality Apprenticeships - Volume 2: Guide for Practitioners

    22 June 2020

    For developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating apprenticeship programmes

  6. STRENGTHEN Publication Series

    Desk Review Study on Employment Impact Assessment (EmpIA): Potential of Natural Resource Management (NRM) Investments on Employment Creation

    22 June 2020

    STRENGTHEN Publication Series Working Paper No. 24

  7. Working Paper

    Population Ageing: Alternative measures of dependency and implications for the future of work

    08 June 2020

    This paper examines the projected labour force participation trends of older workers to 2030 and discusses the future of economic dependency for developing, emerging and developed countries.

  8. Publication

    Rapid response to COVID-19 under high informality? The case of Peru

    02 June 2020

    This note discusses possibilities for policy responses to the emergency in the context of high informality.