Publications on Equality and discrimination
Discussion Paper: Gender Dimensions of Globalization
14 November 2008
A discussion paper presented at the meeting on “Globalisation – Decent Work and Gender”, September 4, 2008, a side-event to the Oslo Conference on Decent Work – A key to Social Justice for a Fair Globalisation
Brochure - Rights, jobs and social security: New visions for older women and men
01 October 2008
October 2008 theme of the Gender equality at the heart of decent work Campaign, 2008-2009
Getting hired. A trainer's manual for conducting a workshop for job-seekers with disabilities
05 September 2008
The purpose of the job-seekers' workshop is to assist people with disabilities in finding and keeping employment in the formal sector and addresses the unique barriers that disabled people often face when seeking jobs..
Including indigenous peoples in poverty reduction strategies
30 April 2008
A Practice Guide based on experiences from Cambodia, Cameroon and Nepal
Report I(B): Global Report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
12 March 2008
Freedom of association in practice: Lessons learned
Global Employment Trends for Women - March 2008
06 March 2008
The report shows that improvements in the status of women in labour markets throughout the world have not substantially narrowed gender gaps in the workplace.
Eliminating discrimination against indigenous and tribal peoples in employment and occupation
29 February 2008
A Guide to ILO Convention No. 111
Facts on Investing in Decent Work for Women
28 February 2008
More women are participating in labour markets throughout the world today than ever before. However, increases in labour force participation have not resulted in a substantial narrowing of gender gaps in the world of work.
Safe maternity and the world of work
11 February 2008
This publication sets out three priority areas within the ILO mandate that stand to contribute substantially to efforts aimed at improving maternal health.
Handbook on combating child labour among indigenous peoples
16 January 2008
The ILO Handbook on Combating Child Labour among Indigenous and Tribal Peoples has been elaborated in four parts to provide practical guidance on how the specific issues might be addressed: Part I looks at the rights-based approach to the issue; Part II examines the issue of improving education to combat the problem; Part III considers how to ensure indigenous participation in the process while Part IV provides useful references and additional information. The handbook provides a much needed analysis of the issues surrounding child labour among a specific target group.