Resources on work, peace and resilience

  1. Publication

    Promoting Livelihood and Coping Strategies of Groups Affected by Conflicts and Natural Disasters

    01 October 2005

    HEI-ILO Research Programme on Strengthening Employment in Response to Crises, Volume 2

  2. Publication

    Supporting the Private Sector and Social Partners in Response to Conflicts and Natural Disasters

    01 October 2005

    HEI-ILO Research Programme on Strengthening Employment in Response to Crises, Volume 1

  3. Publication

    Working out of disaster: improving employment and livelihood in countries affected by the Tsunami

    01 January 2005

    A historical and photographic record of the people affected by the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India and Thailand. Captures the extent of the disaster. Reviewing crisis responses and what can be learnt from actions undertaken.

  4. Publication

    Of Peace-making and Basket-weaving: ILO Convention No. 169 and the Guatemala Peace Process

    31 December 2004

  5. Publication

    Argentina emerging from crisis

    14 June 2004

    Special event, International Labour Conference, 14 June 2004

  6. Publication

    Young soldiers : why they choose to fight

    01 June 2004

  7. Publication

    Youth at risk: The role of skills development in facilitating the transition to work

    01 June 2004

    EMP/SKILLS Working Paper No. 19

  8. Publication

    SARS - Practical and administrative responses to an infectious disease in the workplace

    01 March 2004

  9. Video

    CROATIA: PLAYING TO LOCAL STRENGTHS

    03 February 2004

    While countries struggle to come to terms with globalization, there’s a need for development strategies to help boost the economy and create jobs. As ILO TV now reports from Croatia, there’s a growing consensus that traditional, top-down development policies have failed to deliver, and there’s increasing interest in local economic development.

  10. Publication

    CBR : a strategy for rehabilitation, equalization of opportunities, poverty reduction and social inclusion of people with disabilities

    01 January 2004

    Joint position paper 2004 (ILO, UNESCO, WHO)