Decent work in the Philippines
The Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) Philippines 2020-24 reflects shared priorities of government, workers and employers in the country, focusing on employment, labour market governance and social protection to build back better.
The ILO provides support to its member States in the development of the DWCP aligned with national, social and economic development priorities of different countries, to help move towards making decent work a reality and to sustain tripartite efforts in ways that are appropriate for them.
Priorities in the DWCP are aligned with the Philippine Development Plan and the AmBisyon Natin 2040. It is also anchored on the Sustainable Development Goals and the United Nations Partnership for Sustainable Development of leaving no one behind.
Decent Work Country Programme Philippines 2020–24
6 November 2020
The Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) Philippines 2020–24 is an integrated strategic roadmap for national stakeholders to lead and implement inclusive growth in the country. The DWCP is a product of extensive consultations with tripartite constituents, focusing on three priorities: employment, labour market governance and social protection.
Decent Work Country Programme 2020-24
11 April 2019
The new Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) 2020-24, featured during the ILO 24-Hour Global Tour Manila, recognizes that full and productive employment, social protection, rights at work, and social dialogue are essential in the achievement of inclusive and sustainable growth. The video presents the decent work situation in the Philippines based on the Decent Work Country Diagnostics published in 2017 and outlines the four key components of the DWCP.
Decent Work Country Programme
15 September 2016
The Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) has been established as the main vehicle for delivery of ILO support to the Philippines.
Decent Work and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF)
17 November 2015
The ILO contributes to the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) through the outcome on decent and productive employment for sustained, greener growth and other outcomes to support inclusive, sustainable and resilient development in the Philippines.
Decent Work Country Profile - Philippines
1 October 2012
The greatest challenge for the Philippines is to drive the economy to a higher level of growth and job creation. Both real GDP per capita and labour productivity (MDG indicator) barely grew from 1999 to 2002 and it was only in recent years (except during the global financial crisis of 2009) that modest and sustained growth was achieved.
Decent Work Common Agenda
24 March 2010
The overall goal of Decent Work is to effect positive change in people’s lives at the national and local levels. In the Philippines, the Decent Work agenda is used to express employment aspirations and policy goals.
Decent Work Caravan
24 March 2010
The National Tripartite Advisory Council (NTAC) of the Philippines, identified “localization of Decent Work” as a strategic thrust under its third cycle.
Decent Work Partners
24 March 2010
Latest ILO Conventions ratified by the Philippines