Resources from ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries

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

    31 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.

  2. Port Vila Statement incorporating the Pacific Action Plan for Decent Work

    01 February 2010

    The adoption of the Port Vila Statement and Pacific Action Plan reflects a commitment by tripartite constituents to support a jobs-led recovery from the global economic crisis, by promoting Decent Work in the Pacific region.

  3. Fact sheet on ILO in Fiji

    28 January 2010

    Summarizes the countries achievements and expected outcomes.

  4. Legislative compliance review of child labour laws in Fiji

    22 September 2009

    This report examines Fiji’s compliance with the International Labour Organization’s (“ILO”) Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No.138) (“ILO Convention No. 138”) and ILO Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, 1999 (No. 182) (“ILO Convention No. 182.”).

  5. Solomon Islands Fact Sheet

    09 April 2009

  6. Vanuatu Decent Work Country Programme 2009 - 2012

    09 April 2009

    Programme document outlines the priority objectives and strategies for achieving decent work in Vanuatu

  7. Pacific business awareness trainers' guide: Generate your business idea

    01 April 2009

    The Business Awareness Trainer’s Guide has been developed by the International Labour Office (ILO) to supplement the Start Your Business (SYB) program in Pacific Island Countries. The programme is designed to enable people, including young men and women, to draw up a simple business plan for an enterprise they wish to start.

  8. Social protection for all men and women: A sourcebook for extending social security coverage in Kiribati – options and plans

    01 February 2006

    Lack of adequate social security is one of the greatest challenges facing the countries in the Pacific. The ILO views that the extension of social security is an essential component of the ILO's effort for the fulfilment of Decent Work for all men and women.

  9. Social protection for all men and women: a sourcebook for extending social security coverage in Vanuatu – options and plans

    01 February 2006

    Lack of adequate social security is one of the greatest challenges facing the countries in the Pacific. The ILO views that the extension of social security is an essential component of the ILO's effort for the fulfilment of Decent Work for all men and women.

  10. Social protection for all men and women: A sourcebook for extending social security coverage in Solomon Islands

    01 February 2006

    This publication is intended to serve as a reference book for planners to formulate the policy and strategy to extend social security coverage to the entire population of Solomon Islands.