Equality and discrimination resources

January 2003

  1. Equality, labour and social protection for women and men in the formal and informal economy in Viet Nam: issues for advocacy and policy development

    01 January 2003

    A study that highlights the employment and working conditions of women workers in different types of enterprises and in the informal economy and assesses the main needs and priorities for social security and assistance of women workers in Viet Nam.

  2. Promotion of gender equality in action against child labour and trafficking: a practical guide for organizations

    01 January 2003

    A practical guide for organizations on the promotion of gender equality in action against child labour and trafficking.

July 2002

  1. Power from the mountains: Indigenous knowledge systems and practices in ancestral domain management

    30 July 2002

    The case study of the Kankanaey-Bago experience in protecting and managing their ancestral domain can serve both the people of Bakun and other indigenous peoples and advocates of indigenous peoples' rights.

January 2001

  1. Action against sexual harassment at work in Asia and the Pacific

    01 January 2001

    Focuses on the problem of sexual harassment at work and offers a set of workplace policies and practical measures.

August 2000

  1. Globalization, gender and employment in the informal economy: The case of the Philippines

    15 August 2000

    The objective of the study is to examine concrete gender-differentiated effects of globalization on the Philippine informal sector. In particular, it seeks to investigate whether or not there are significant gender-differentiated patterns and changes in the nature and level of employment, wages and incomes, and hours of work especially during the years 1998 and 1999.

October 1999

  1. Gender dimensions of globalization and modern sector employment in Indonesia

    15 October 1999

    The paper was commissioned to specifically anayze the gender dimensions of the impact of globalization on modern formal sector employment in Indonesia, with due attention also to the Asian crisis.

July 1999

  1. Our heritage as Matigsalog of Bukidnon: A participatory documentation of indigenous knowledge systems and practices

    30 July 1999

    The imminent disappearance of our traditional ways into the mainstream of the dominant culture and the many other threatening forces that can lead to its extension had been silently feared by our elders. Documenting our own indigenous knowledge is of utter significance because it renders a permanent record of our ways as a people, thus putting that fear at rest.

May 1999

  1. Indigenous peoples in the Philippines: Community development projects: Brochure

    20 May 1999

  2. Joint statement of principles regarding development assistance to indigenous peoples in the Philippines between FAO, ILO, UNESCO, UNDP, UNFPA and UNICEF: Brochure

    20 May 1999

November 1998

  1. General framework for the protection and promotion of indigenous knowledge systems and practices in the Philippines

    20 November 1998

    The Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Practices (IKSPs) have been proven to contribute to the sustainability and productivity of many ecosystems, examples of which include the rice terraces and imuyung (private woodlot of the Ifugao, the traditional biodiverse swidden of the Hanunuo, the fish conservation practices of the Dumagat, and the traditional herbal medicines of many Filipino ethnic communities.