Publications on tripartism and social dialogue

  1. Publication

    HIV/AIDS Behaviour Change Communication – A toolkit for the workplace

    01 January 2005

    To address the objective of reducing HIV/AIDS risk behaviours among workers, the ILO has collaborated closely with Family Health International to build upon FHI’s expertise and experience to develop a Toolkit on behaviour change communication adapted to the dynamics of the workplace. Behaviour change communication (BCC) is an interactive process that helps to understand the target population, develop a focused strategy, and produce tailored messages, which are delivered using a variety of communication channels to promote positive behaviour. The Toolkit provides a step-by-step approach, emphasizing prevention through education, gender awareness and practical support for behaviour change. Its intended users are government authorities, employers’ and workers’ and their organizations, businesses, ILO/AIDS National Project Coordinators, national BCC consultants and collaborating NGOs.

  2. Publication

    Practical Guide for Strengthening Social Dialogue in Public Service Reform

    01 January 2005

  3. Publication

    Social dialogue in the health sector: Case study Ghana

    01 January 2005

    Working paper 234

  4. Publication

    Social dialogue in the health sector: Case study Bulgaria

    01 January 2005

    Working paper 235

  5. Publication

    Social Dialogue in the education sector: An overview

    01 January 2005

    Working Paper 256

  6. Publication

    Social dialogue in education in Latin America: A regional survey

    01 January 2005

    Working Paper 229

  7. Publication

    Indian Employers’ Statement of Commitment on HIV/AIDS

    01 January 2005

  8. Publication

    Enhancing Business Response to HIV/AIDS in India: Operational guidelines with estimated cost analysis - Working Paper

    01 January 2005

  9. Publication

    Of Peace-making and Basket-weaving: ILO Convention No. 169 and the Guatemala Peace Process

    31 December 2004

  10. Publication

    A trade union guide to globalisation

    01 November 2004

    This “Trade Union Guide to Globalisation” aims to help trade unionists to participate actively in the urgent task of meeting the double challenge of representing workers effectively in the rapidly changing conditions of the global economy, and of bringing about fundamental change in the workings of globalisation so that it distributes its benefits more fairly and contributes to socially just and sustainable development.