Publications on Green Jobs

  1. Waste pickers’ cooperatives and social and solidarity economy organizations

    20 August 2019

    Waste pickers make significant contributions to public health, sanitation, and the environment by promoting resource circulation and reducing the amount of landfill. However, they are often not legally recognized as workers and suffer from poor working conditions and lack of social protection. This brief highlights the role of waste pickers' cooperatives and other social and solidarity economy organizations (SSEOs) in integrating and formalizing the work of waste pickers in the recycling value chain and improving their working conditions.

  2. World of Work magazine: Working for peace and social justice

    03 June 2019

    This Centenary issue of the World of Work magazine presents some milestones of the ILO’s history and its efforts to promote social justice as the foundation of peace around the globe.

  3. Skills for Green Jobs in Mauritius

    30 May 2019

  4. Skills for Green Jobs in Kyrgyz Republic

    30 May 2019

  5. Skills for Green Jobs in Ghana

    30 May 2019

  6. Skills for a Greener Future: Infographic

    30 May 2019

  7. Skills for Green Jobs in Tajikistan

    30 May 2019

  8. Skills for a Greener Future: Key Findings

    30 May 2019

  9. Skills for green jobs in the United Arab Emirates

    30 May 2019

  10. Skills for green jobs in Spain: An update

    30 May 2019