13 October 2008
The Business Group Formation (BGF) manual was developed with a view to help promote business group formation as a way to empower women and men in low-income communities by giving them more voice and improving their businesses in order to enhance their livelihoods.
13 October 2008
18 September 2008
05 September 2008
This manual, used as a companion to training manual Getting hired: a trainer's manual for conducting a workshop for job-seekers with disabilities, can be helpful to organizations of people with disabilities, placement agencies, non-governmental organizations and community organizations.
01 September 2008
A new International Labour Organization (ILO) study suggests that discrimination may be preventing women in Bangladesh from earning the same wages as men.
01 August 2008
In celebration of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, this issue features projects and stories about work with indigenous peoples in the Philippines.
The quest to reclaim ancestral domains. A journey of hope: Implementing the Indigenous Peoples' Rights Act (IPRA) of the Philippines.
29 May 2008
The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) collaborated in producing this book, which aims at improving policy and decision-making of public and private governance institutions through developing empirical evidence of issues relevant to the indigenous peoples of the Philippines.
01 May 2008
Targets women in poverty who want to start or are already engaged in small-scale business.
10 March 2008
The study is part of the case studies initiated by ILO documenting best practices for the implementation of the principles of ILO Convention No. 169. It focuses on the principles of the Convention on consultation and participation.
Nurturing the earth, nurturing life. The road to empowerment: Strengthening the Indigenous Peoples' Rights Act. Volume 2
10 December 2007
Indigenous peoples (IPs) in the Philippines experience poverty, marginalization, and discrimination. They are a significant target group for the International Labour Organization (ILO) under its Decent Work Country Programme.