The ILO Office in Nepal publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals relevant to Nepal. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested in hard copy from the ILO Office in Nepal.
Towards Achieving the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour as Priority (Project fact sheet)
29 December 2014
The Project contributes to the elimination of child labour in Nepal, with a priority on its worst forms.
15 December 2014
This report provides empirical evidence on the influence labour related laws and regulations have on enterprise growth and the promotion of decent and productive employment.
ILO-DFID Partnership Programme on Fair Recruitment and Decent Work for Women Migrant Workers in South Asia and the Middle East “Work in Freedom” (Project fact sheet)
02 December 2014
The Programme aims to prevent trafficking of women and girls from Bangladesh, India and Nepal as migrant workers in major destination countries for migrant workers (India, Jordan, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates). It will empower women and girls economically and socially, ensuring decent work conditions and better wages at both origin and destination countries.
02 December 2014
The project aims to initiate a comprehensive plan for promoting occupational safety and health services and reforming labour inspection system in Nepal.
28 November 2014
It offers a glimpse of what we do to promote Decent Work, meaning contributing to a labour market environment without child labour or forced labour, in which men and women have equal opportunities and appropriate representation and protection, enterprises can increase their productivity and competitiveness, and workers have access to improved working conditions, employment stability, and salaries that allow them to feed their families and educate their children. The present edition is focused on issues of child labour, informal economy, Labour Act, labour migration, occupational safety and health, public-private partnership and rural infrastructure.
The ILO South Asia Labour Migration Governance Project 2013 - 2016: A status update (as of October 2014)
24 November 2014
The booklet provides a brief overview of South Asia labour migration patterns and highlights key challenges for migration governance in the sub-region. It also provides an update on the status and key achievements of the ILO South Asia Labour Migration Governance Project (for the period of June 2013 - October 2014).
Outcome 10 independent evaluation: Workers have strong, independent and representative organizations - Trade unions for social justice (Evaluation summary)
19 November 2014
Projects: GLO/11/57/SID, GLO/12/58/NOR and GLO/12/59/NOR - Evaluation Consultant: Sterling Smith
01 November 2014
It provides a snapshot of economic and labour market trends in Nepal based on official data available as of 27 October 2014. It looks at the socio-economic and labour market indicators, including GDP growth, migration, poverty and labour force participation.
28 October 2014
Women’s work participation rates in South Asia, with the exception of Nepal, are low compared to other regions. Social norms continue to influence work-seeking behaviour, resulting in persistent concentration of women workers in certain occupations and as home-based workers.
15 October 2014
part of a series of four country studies commissioned by the ILO to research the impact of labour laws and the cost of regularization on entrepreneurs’ decisions to formalize their business.
01 October 2014
This report captures the trends in labour migration from Nepal. Although various government agencies have maintained and published data on various aspects of labour migration, this is the first time a government report brings together all the various data sources in a comprehensive overview. The report also highlights the achievements of the Government till date, remaining challenges and suggests ways forward. As such, it presents a statistical basis and a guide for policy-makers and other stakeholders concerned with addressing labour migration issues, particularly to ensure that the rights of migrants are protected.
01 September 2014
This study assesses health impacts associated with the brick industry focusing on child workers. The study provides supportive evidence to inform policy and practical interventions that will a) protect the health, safety and well-being of youth of legal working age and b) enable the removal of children less than the legal working age (i.e. below 14) from exploitative work in the brick industry.
27 August 2014
This report presents the results of the School-to-work transition surveys (SWTS) implemented in five countries in the Asia-Pacific region – Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal, Samoa and Viet Nam – in 2012 or 2013. The indicators resulting from the surveys and analysed in this report provide a much more detailed picture of the youth in the labour market in a part of the world where labour market information is sparse and sporadic. Results show that unemployment of young people remains a matter of concern, especially among those with higher education, but that issues relating to the quality of work available to young people are of even greater relevance to the design and implementation of policy interventions.
Independent Evaluation of Outcome 17: Gender Mainstreaming with the support of Sweden and Norway Partnership Agreements (Final Evaluation Summary)
10 July 2014
Projects: GLO/11/58/SID; GLO/12/50/NOR; GLO/12/53/NOR Evaluation Consultant:Dr. Jane Hailé
Brochure: Extend social protection: combat child labour! World Day Against Child Labour, 12 June 2014 (in Nepali)
06 June 2014
02 June 2014
The Global Action Programme on Migrant Domestic Workers and their Families (Migrant Domestic Workers in Action) seeks to address the specific challenges migrant domestic workers face by implementing global advocacy and knowledge development initiatives in five “migration corridors”: Indonesia-Malaysia; Paraguay-Argentina, Nepal-Lebanon; Ukraine-Poland; Zimbabwe-South Africa.
27 May 2014
This report presents the highlights of the 2013 School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) and Labour Demand Enterprise Survey(LDES) run together with the Centre for Economic Development and Administration (CEDA) within the framework of the ILO Work4Youth Project.
19 May 2014
This issue of the COOP News includes articles on various events, projects, trainings and meetings related to the work of the ILO's COOP Unit between January and March, 2014.
Enhancing Employment-Centric Growth in Nepal: Situational Analysis for the Proposed Employment Policy, Government of Nepal
13 May 2014
The study outlines the situation of the labour market in Nepal, highlighting in particular, the key constraints and challenges relating to employment-centric growth and reviews existing policies and programmes relevant to the challenges of employment.
12 May 2014
The report gives an overview of employment situation and challenges in Nepal and discusses on sectoral pattern of growth to address the challenge that Nepal's economy faces. The specific sectors that have been selected for analysis in the Report are agriculture, manufacturing (with attention to sub-sectors within manufacturing), infrastructure and tourism.