ILO100 Publications

March 2019

  1. Publication

    Future of Work in Sri Lanka: Shaping technology transitions for a brighter future

    13 March 2019

    What impact will emerging technologies associated with 4IR have on the future world of work in Sri Lanka? Who will be the winners and losers and what can governments, industry, and citizens do to prepare for the changes that lie ahead? In particular, we focus on three issues: Automation and Job Displacement; Employment Conditions; and Inequities in the Labour Market.

  2. Report

    A quantum leap for gender equality: For a better future of work for all

    07 March 2019

    This report is the culmination of the extensive and often ground-breaking work undertaken in the ILO’s Women at Work Centenary Initiative. It is closely aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

December 2018

  1. Publication

    Future of Work for Tea Smallholders in Sri Lanka

    15 December 2018

    This study presents the findings of a mapping exercise commissioned by the ILO Country Office for Sri Lanka and the Maldives to assess the current state of decent work among tea smallholders in Sri Lanka and its implications on the future of work in the tea industry.

March 2018

  1. Book

    Women’s ILO: Transnational networks, global labour standards and gender equity, 1919 to Present

    15 March 2018

    What is the place of women in global labour policies? This book gathers new research on a century of ILO engagement with women’s work.

December 2015

  1. Publication

    The ILO from Geneva to the Pacific Rim – West meets East

    16 December 2015

    This volume of essays considers how the ILO has helped generate a set of ideas and practices to advance social and economic reform in the Americas and the Asia Pacific.

May 2013

  1. Report of the Director-General - I(A)

    Towards the ILO centenary: Realities, renewal and tripartite commitment

    22 May 2013

March 2009

  1. Publication

    The International Labour Organization and the quest for social justice, 1919-2009

    16 March 2009

    The International Labour Organization was founded in 1919 in the belief that peace and social justice go hand in hand. This book explores key ideas that the ILO has championed and applied through the political and economic upheavals of the last 90 years.: rights at work, the quality of employment, income protection, employment and poverty reduction, a fair globalization and today's overriding goal of decent work for all.