04 November 2019
19 October 2019
Despite several decades of steady growth, Mindanao’s tropical agro-food industry and the pineapple supply chain more specifically are characterized by a relatively large proportion of workers being linked to small-scale production and low-skilled, labour-intensive and poorly paid work. What is the evidence regarding the alignment between economic improvement of the local industry and the quality and terms of employment realized by its workers?
08 October 2019
This article provides an inventory of the research carried out by the ILO on decent work in GSCs between 2014 and 2019 and helps to identify the challenges and remaining gaps in terms of research.
Social Dialogue, Collective Bargaining and Responsible Business Conduct: Promoting the Strategic Use of the International Instruments for Trade Unions' Action
05 October 2019
The aim of this report is to map and analyse the various International Instruments to promote social dialogue, collective bargaining and responsible business conduct to address the main challenges raised by the ILO Resolution concerning Decent Work in Global Supply Chains (2016), including the Global Framework Agreement.
ILO Decent Work interventions in global supply chains - A synthesis review on lessons learned; what works and why, 2010-2019
01 October 2019
The role of multinational company strategies in structuring global supply chains in the automotive industry
09 September 2019
28 February 2019
06 February 2019
This working paper on the future of work in textiles, clothing, leather and footwear (TCLF) has been prepared for ILO constituents and other key actors in the TCLF industries to facilitate their discussions in the centennial year of the ILO and beyond.
20 December 2018
Reviews one approach for realizing the goal of improving labour standards at the lower rungs of supply chains that has to date received relatively little scholarly attention: substantive, enforceable agreements between lead firms and unions or worker-based organizations.
Accelerating action to eliminate child labour, forced labour and modern slavery, with a particular focus on global supply chains
02 October 2018
Follow-up of the IV Conference on the Sustainable Eradication of Child Labour, 14-16 November 2017, Buenos Aires (Argentina) - With contributions from UNICEF and the World Bank.