Solomon Islands resources

November 2011

  1. Technical Training Course Labour Statistics and Labour Market Information and Analysis in the Pacific

    A first for the Pacific technical training on LMIA in the Pacific.

  2. Labour Statistics and Labour Market Information and Analysis in the Pacific -Technical Training Course-

    28 November - 2 December 2011

    ILO will undertake a technical training course on Labour Statistics and LMIA in the Pacific with an important SPC technical contribution, on behalf of the principal producers and users of labour statistics.

September 2011

  1. News in Brief - Country Office for South Pacific Island Countries - September 2011

    This news brief is for ILO constituents in the Pacific to keep them updated on ILO issues and activities related to Decent Work Country Programmes in their respective countries.

August 2011

  1. REMINDER: Reports on ratified Conventions due by 1 September 2011

    18 August - 1 September 2011

    Periodic reports on ratified Conventions are due to be submitted to the ILO by 1 September 2011.

June 2011

  1. News in Brief - Country Office for South Pacific Island Countries - June 2011

    This news brief is for ILO constituents in the Pacific to keep them updated on ILO issues and activities related to Decent Work Country Programmes in their respective countries.

May 2011

  1. Solomon Islands

  2. Training for rural economic empowerment: users' manual for planning and implementing programes in Pacific Island countries

    This manual serves as a useful tool to facilitate the creation of more sustained income earning opportunities, especially in the rural areas, and contribute to tackling the huge challenge of youth unemployment in the Pacific.

  3. Safety and health at work and the environment

    Occupational safety and health vary amongst Pacific Island countries. Fiji is ahead in its legislation, inspectorate and implementation. It has extended its bi-lateral relations to assist Papua New Guinea and Kiribati. Samoa, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu have also progressed in the implementation of their OSH legislation whilst Tuvalu and Marshall Islands are at the beginning stages of promoting OSH legislations.

February 2011

  1. ACTRAV- IPEC Sub-Regional Workshop for Worker's Organizations on Social Dialogue and Child Labour – South Pacific

    7 - 9 February 2011

    To share and consolidate the accumulated knowledge, and to strengthen the role of workers organizations in the fight against child labour.

November 2010

  1. Public Lecture & Panel Discussion on LMIA in the Asia Pacific Region

    19 November 2010

    The ILO in conjunction with the University of the South Pacific (USP) organized a public lecture & panel discussion on labour market information and analysis in the Pacific through regional partnership and capacity building. The speakers were from USP, ILO, social partners and the relevant government ministries.

  2. LMIA Mission - Strengthening Labour Market Information and Analysis in the Pacific through Regional Partnership and Capacity Building

    15 - 26 November 2010

    A joint mission aims to strengthen the need assessment and to mobilise resources with partners (i.e. SPC, PIFS, UNESCAP, World Bank, Australia & New Zealand) in support of LMIA in the Pacific.

October 2010

  1. Pacific Island Countries explore ratification of the ILO Maritime Labour Convention

    12 February 2010

    The ILO Workshop on Maritime Labour Convention, 2006, is held on 27-29 October 2010.

  2. Pacific Regional Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 - Tripartite Ratification Workshop

    27 - 28 October 2010

    The workshop brings together seafarers, ship owners and government labour and maritime officers from Fiji, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu to promote the ratification and implementation of the MLC Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 in the Pacific.

September 2010

  1. Solomon Islands Decent Work Country Programme

    This DWCP details the policies, strategies and results required to realise progress in Solomon Islands towards decent work for all. Reflecting the constituents’ as well as the ILO experts’ assessment of past cooperation, the programme aims at ensuring a strong coherence of ILO activities in Solomon Islands and thus to contribute to the achievement of sustainable impacts to the extent possible.

June 2010

  1. Spotlight falls on decent work in Pacific Island States

    12 February 2010

    Progress towards building a sustainable future and implementing decent work for countries in the Pacific was highlighted at a special event held during the International Labour Conference (ILC) in Geneva.

March 2010

  1. Initiatives on Youth Employment in the Pacific, Newsletter - March 2010

    This newsletter attempts to capture the various initiatives and interventions of the Pacific Youth Employment Project to address the diverse and complex issues associated with youth employment.

February 2010

  1. Decent work approach to recovery urged by Pacific Island labour ministers and social partners

    Pacific Island Labour Ministers and social partners have reached an agreement to support a jobs-led recovery by promoting decent work in the Pacific region by adopting the Port Vila Statement on Decent Work and its accompanying ‘Pacific Action Plan for Decent Work’.

  2. Tripartite High-Level Meeting : Decent Work for Sustainable Development in the Pacific

    8 - 9 February 2010

    This High-Level meeting took into account developments in the region and discussed a Regional Implementation Plan for decent work. It served as a platform to identify existing constraints and opportunities for promoting/accelerating implementation of ILO Decent Work Country Programmes, in particular in light of the global economic crisis and climate change.

  3. Jobs-led recovery and plan for sustainable decent work at ILO high level meeting of ten Pacific member States at Port Vila, Vanuatu, 8–9 February 2010

    In the aftermath of the global economic downturn and a lingering jobs crisis, the ILO is convening a high-level meeting on Decent Work for Sustainable Development in the Pacific from 8 to February in Vanuatu.

January 2010

  1. Promotion of green jobs in Pacific Island countries

    The project aims to contribute to the current regional policy debate on climate change and sustainable development by introducing employment and social elements that remain largely unaddressed and developing the capacity of the ILO constituents to engage effectively in policy dialogue and program implementation.