Publications on tripartism and social dialogue

  1. Publication

    Social Dialogue and Poverty Reduction Strategies

    01 April 2006

    This comprehensive volume provides a series of case studies drawing on the ILO's experience with national poverty reduction processes in Cambodia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia and Tanzania. As well as highlighting practical tools for practitioners engaged in poverty reduction activities, the book also illustrates in very practical terms the challenges and opportunities facing the ILO and its partners.

  2. Publication

    Social dialogue in the process of structural adjustment and private sector participation in ports. A practical guidance manual

    20 March 2006

  3. Publication

    Offshoring and the Internationalization of Employment. A Challenge for a Fair Globalization?

    14 March 2006

    The book examines the trends in the internationalisation of employment, looks at losers and winners and proposes new policies of compensation.

  4. Publication

    Documents of the International Labour Conference - 2006

    14 January 2006

    14-18 volumes of conference proceedings - One set of documents annually

  5. Publication

    Industrial Relations in the Oil Industry in Mexico

    01 January 2006

    Working paper 239

  6. Publication

    Vocational Education and Training in the Chemical Industry in Germany and the United Kingdom

    01 January 2006

    Working Paper 242

  7. Publication

    Employers' organizations and HIV/AIDS - Case studies

    01 January 2006

  8. Publication

    Trade union strategies in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards decent work

    20 December 2005

    Examines the complex roles and evolving strategies of trade unions during 15 years of economic and social transition. Explores what strategies and policies unions in this region need in order to curb negative trends and strengthen their capacities and functions within the new industrial relations systems. Case studies from Hungary, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Slovenia reveal some of the differences and commonalities in trade union choices, processes, and outcomes of action. Includes also an analysis from a European dimension and looks at major issues stemming from the European Union integration process for labour movement in Central and Eastern Europe.

  9. Publication

    Trade union strategies in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards decent work

    20 December 2005

    Examines the complex roles and evolving strategies of trade unions during 15 years of economic and social transition. Explores what strategies and policies unions in this region need in order to curb negative trends and strengthen their capacities and functions within the new industrial relations systems. Case studies from Hungary, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Slovenia reveal some of the differences and commonalities in trade union choices, processes, and outcomes of action. Includes also an analysis from a European dimension and looks at major issues stemming from the European Union integration process for labour movement in Central and Eastern Europe.

  10. Publication

    Using the ILO Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work - Guidelines for the transport sector

    01 January 2005

    These guidelines use the code of practice on HIV/AIDS, and its accompanying training manual. The present guidelines for the transport sector look first (in Section I) at some of the specific problems facing transport – the emphasis is on road transport but consideration is also given to other transport industries. They then present an overview of initiatives that have been taken, first at the legal and policy level then at the workplace, to address the occupational and behavioural risks associated with transport. Section II incorporates examples of action and guidance based on lessons learnt. The final section takes the reader through the code of practice and training manual, and shows where transport sector operators and authorities can find relevant provisions, explanations and advice to help them develop and implement HIV/AIDS programmes.