Publications

2024

  1. Old-age workers transition into retirement and risk of poverty

    19 January 2024

2023

  1. Examining persistent labour force transitions during the COVID-19 pandemic

    18 December 2023

    Examining persistent labour force transitions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Evidence from four developing countries

  2. Employment Intensive Investment Program (EIIP) and decent work in Jordan

    07 December 2023

    The overall strategic objective of the project is to support a more inclusive and accessible green labour market for vulnerable Syrian refugees and Jordanian men, women and persons with disabilities.

  3. Support to livelihoods through cultural heritage development

    07 December 2023

    The core competences of UNESCO and ILO come together in this project to ensure dignified, sustainable livelihoods and create economic opportunities for Jordanians and Syrians through culture as a source of resilience.

  4. Support to livelihoods through cultural heritage development in Jordan 2020 - 2024

    07 December 2023

    Employment Intensive schemes in the northern governorates of Jordan help improve self-reliance through access to immediate short-term decent employment opportunities for Jordanians and Syrians in the cultural heritage sector.

  5. Guidelines for developing inclusive transport infrastructure

    06 December 2023

    This guidebook, jointly developed by ILO, UNOPS, UN-Women and Arup, provides practical advice to mainstream inclusion in infrastructure development.

  6. Ex-ante Employment Impact Assessment of the SMART GRID project in Senegal

    06 December 2023

  7. Employment Impact Assessment of the PASE II project in Senegal

    06 December 2023

  8. Digital labour platforms and national employment policies in China: Studying the case of food delivery platforms

    04 December 2023

    This paper takes the food-delivery platforms as a case study to examine the impact of digital labour platforms on employment and labour market in China. It reviews the recent employment policies in the digital economy including policies of labour relations, social security, wages, etc., and suggests the new approaches and elements for the comprehensive national employment policies framework in the era of digitalization in China.

  9. ILO/EIIP support to the Expanded Public Works Programme in South Africa

    13 November 2023

    ILO/EIIP is providing support to the Expanded Public Works Programme in key thematic areas including Policy Development and Promotion, Skills/Capacity Development, Project Management and Technical Support, Research and Innovation, and Advocacy and Partnership.

  10. Employment-Intensive Investment Programme in South Africa

    13 November 2023

    The Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) is a short to medium term intervention of the Government of South Africa which seeks to address the triad national challenges of unemployment, poverty and inequality through employment creation in provision and delivery of public infrastructure works by application of labour-intensive methods.

  11. Engaging multinational enterprises on more and better jobs

    10 November 2023

    The ILO approach to responsible global business - Sustainable Enterprises

  12. EIIP Afghanistan News Brief, Issue 7

    08 November 2023

    This publication seeks to share news and information about the activities of the EIIP Afghanistan project's activities. The Special Trust Fund for Afghanistan (STFA) is funding this project and ILO is implementing it as an intervention for Promoting Employment and Decent Work through the Humanitarian- Development-Peace Nexus.

  13. SCORE Programme Brochure

    01 November 2023

  14. Employment impact assessment of the Malawi M1 road rehabilitation project

    27 October 2023

  15. An appraisal of EIIP’s longer-term development impacts

    19 October 2023

    The purpose of this study is to improve understanding of how the project implementation related activities of the Employment Intensive Investment Programme (EIIP) generate long-term development impacts which arise out of: (a) the benefits for users and the wider society of the improved assets, and (b) the employment and increased incomes of those employed on projects.

  16. EIIP Afghanistan News Brief, Issue 6

    12 October 2023

    This brief explains how our interventions address the humanitarian crisis through the project, and particularly the efforts being made at promoting employment and decent work through employment intensive investment programmes. Our aim is to inform how the project is being implemented together with the people and for the people and will also include human interest stories.

  17. Infrastructure component of the Support to Rural Entrepreneurship, Investment and Trade (STREIT) programme in Papua New Guinea

    11 October 2023

    The infrastructure component of the STREIT programme aims to improve the condition of local transport infrastructure, such as provincial, district and local level roads, airstrips and jetties in East Sepik and Sandaun Provinces, to create climate-resilient and efficient value chain enablers for cocoa, vanilla and fisheries industries.

  18. The EIIP approach, experiences and lessons learned: Contributions to the humanitarian, development, and peace nexus in Afghanistan

    11 October 2023

    This flyer illustrates how the Employment Intensive Investment Programme (EIIP) in Afghanistan, implemented since 2022 under the framework of the DWCP and the UN Joint Programme ABADEI, plays a key role in meeting both the humanitarian and development needs of the Afghan population, which continues to face unprecedented challenges.

  19. Employment-intensive afforestation activities in Irbid, Jordan

    10 October 2023

    As part of its Employment Intensive Investment Programme in Jordan - Phase VI (2022-2024), funded by the Federal Republic of Germany through the German Development Bank (KfW), the ILO is creating short term employment opportunities for refugees and host communities through the planting of trees in the Irbid governorate.