Publications

2023

  1. Employment Intensive Investment Programme in Jordan – Phase VI

    10 October 2023

    Between 2022 and 2024 the ILO, with funding from the Federal Republic of Germany through the German Development Bank (KfW), is implementing an Employment Intensive Investment Programme in Jordan - Phase VI that aims to provide short term employment opportunities to refugees and host communities. Besides generating critical income support for families to cope with economic difficulties, the programme aims to help build Social Cohesion, Peace and Stability through green jobs and sustainable projects.

  2. EIIP Afghanistan News Brief, Issue 5

    12 September 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.

  3. Resilience or need? COVID-19, informality and the probability of being employed

    16 August 2023

    The COVID-19 pandemic affected employment drastically. Using quarterly panel data from Peru for the periods 2019–21, this paper describes how the labour market adjusted in terms of informality and employability.

  4. Conclusions concerning the promotion of sustainable enterprises - International Labour Conference, June 2007

    15 August 2023

    The conclusions of this discussion provide an important contribution agreed by the ILO’s tripartite constituency of governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations on how to promote enterprise development in a manner that aligns enterprise growth with sustainable development objectives and the creation of productive employment and decent work.

  5. ILO Employment Intensive Investment Programme (EIIP) and the Humanitarian Development Peace Nexus (HDPN)

    13 July 2023

    EIIP activities contribute to peacebuilding by addressing the drivers of conflict.

  6. Vanuatu Tropical Cyclones Judy and Kevin 2023: Post Disaster Needs Assessment

    06 July 2023

  7. JobAgri: Putting knowledge to work to support job-rich investments in agriculture and agri-food chains in Africa

    28 June 2023

  8. Automation and its employment impacts: Case studies in Mexico’s apparel and footwear sectors

    20 June 2023

    This paper is part of a research project on how processes of technological upgrading, particularly automation, interact with local social structures and institutional systems in the apparel and footwear industries to impact women’s and men’s employment. It presents findings from in-depth case studies at four apparel and footwear factories in Mexico.

  9. A guide to using the Employment Policy Action facility (EPAF)

    09 June 2023

    This simple, visual guide explains how the ILO's Employment Policy Action Facility (EPAF) works and how users can best utilize it to fit their employment policy needs.

  10. Employment impact assessment of the Green Mini-Grid (GMG) Facility, Kenya

    09 June 2023

    This report presents an employment impact assessment (EmpIA) of the second phase of the Green Mini-Grid Facility Programme in Kenya (GMG Facility Kenya, n.d.).

  11. Employment impact assessment of the Ecler Ivoire project in Cote d’Ivoire

    05 June 2023

    This report aims to assess the impact of the Ecler Ivoire project on the creation of direct, indirect and induced employment as well as whether the jobs created are decent.

  12. Global Employment Policy Review 2023: Macroeconomic policies for recovery and structural transformation (Executive Summary)

    11 May 2023

    The Global Employment Policy Review (GEPR) examines trends in employment policies while at the same time presenting new and innovative solutions to the challenges of policy design and implementation. In this second edition, the report focuses on the issue of employment-centred macroeconomic policies for recovery and structural transformation.

  13. Employment impact assessment of the rehabilitation of the Senoba – Ziguinchor-Mpack road in Senegal

    05 May 2023

  14. Employment impact assessment of the Zambian Great North Road Upgrading (GNRU) project

    04 May 2023

    Ex-ante assessment of the temporary and permanent employment impacts of the Zambian Great North Road Upgrading (GNRU) project.

  15. The automotive sector in Mexico: The impact of automation and digitalization on employment

    18 April 2023

    This paper discusses the implementation of automation and digitalization processes in two automotive manufacturing plants in Mexico and analyses their effects on employment, including gender dimensions, and labour processes. A qualitative methodology is used based on guided visits to the plants, review of internal documents and face-to-face interviews with managers and workers.

  16. Old-age labour market transition and poverty in Korea

    10 April 2023

    This study makes use of KLIPS (Korea Labour Income and Panel Study) data from 2001 to 2019 to categorise changes in the labour market status of the elderly in their 50s and 60s in Korea, and compares trends and changes in demographic characteristics, income, and poverty by type (of labour market participation). Results of such a labour trajectory classification suggest that there are various paths other than the traditional path of retaining a primary job until retirement age and then retiring in time for the old-age pension.

  17. Employment impact assessment of the National Feeder Roads Programme, Rwanda

    31 March 2023

    This report presents an employment impact assessment (EmpIA) of the National Feeder Roads Project (NFRP) in Rwanda which aimed to connect agricultural areas and markets, improving access to food, economic and social services.

  18. Rural women’s transitions in and out of employment in India since COVID-19

    29 March 2023

    This brief discusses the transitions of rural women in and out of employment since the start of the global pandemic in response to changes in the household due to the COVID-19 crisis. We postulate that these household changes, i.e. loss of employment by other household members, increase in household size, and increase in unpaid care work, affected women’s exit and entry into employment. The key findings highlight the complex coping strategies at the household level where women’s work – paid and unpaid – plays a critical role. This brief summarizes the paper Bárcia de Mattos, Fernanda; Dasgupta, Sukti; Esquivel, Valeria; and Ghani, Sajid (2023), "Push and Pull Factors and Women's Rural Employment in India since Covid-19," Review of Agrarian Studies, vol. 12, no. 2.

  19. Labour market transitions in South Africa and Indonesia: A descriptive analysis using panel data

    01 March 2023

  20. Participation and employment in seven developing economies: An age-period-cohort analysis

    09 February 2023

    This paper aims at comparing various characteristics of labour force participation and employment, either formal or informal, for both men and women in several emerging or developing economies of different regions using pseudo panels and the Age-Period-Cohort (APC) method.