Resources on social protection

  1. Collective Agreements: Extending Labour Protection

    04 July 2018

    This volume examines the extension of collective agreements and its use as a policy tool to expand the coverage of labour protection, and shore up collective bargaining.

  2. Questions & Answers

    29 June 2018

  3. India - Employment injury benefit under the Draft Labour Code on Social Security of India.

    29 June 2018

    This note is intended to serve as a reference for furthering consultations and discussions in India for the establishment of a legal framework which effectively provides timely and adequate compensation to victims of employment injuries and occupational diseases.

  4. Domestic workers gear up for big fight

    27 June 2018

    India: a signature campaign on to make Delhi ratify ILO convention C-189 meet a success

  5. Occupational safety and health in public health emergencies: A manual for protecting health workers and responders

    26 June 2018

    This manual provides an overview of the main OSH risks faced by emergency responders during disease outbreaks and other emergencies, such as natural disasters, chemical incidents, radiological emergencies and emergencies involving conflicts.

  6. Overview of Employment Injury benefits in the European Union and the Organisation for economic Cooperation and Development

    15 June 2018

  7. Bangladesh Move towards Employment injury Insurance: The Legacy of Rana Plaza

    13 June 2018

  8. Employment injury and invalidity insurance in Malaysia – A good country practice

    13 June 2018

  9. Building an adequate U.S. labor and social protection system for the 21st century

    05 June 2018

    Over the last several decades the economic prospects facing U.S. workers and households have changed in substantial ways. For most, it has been a change for the worse. This paper is intended to bring analytical clarity and focus to the issues that currently confront workers, households and policy makers in the spheres of employment and social protection.

  10. Is biometric technology in social protection programmes illegal or arbitrary? An analysis of privacy and data protection

    05 June 2018

    Social protection programmes require processing significant data amounts, including often-sensitive information such as household assets, health status and physical or intellectual disabilities. Now more than ever, it is critical to address issues of privacy and data security in social protection programme design, implementation and evaluation.