March 2014

  1. Publication

    The PREJAL Project: Promoting Youth Employment in Latin America: Public-Private Partnership

    20 March 2014

    In 2005 the ILO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean – assisted by the ILO Office in Madrid – started the regional PREJAL project: Promoting Youth Employment in Latin America, the first public-private partnership (PPP) in Latin America focusing on youth employment. This project aimed to position the youth employment issue at regional and national levels by raising awareness in all layers of the societies of the importance of access to full and productive jobs for young people; promote and support the elaboration of policies and programmes on youth employment through technical assistance; develop innovative experiences of capacity building and inclusion for young women and men, with the ultimate goal of joining enterprises; improve the employability and access to work experience for disadvantaged young people in the finance, energy, security, human resources and sports sectors; conduct a youth employment communication and dissemination campaign, reinforced by a PREJAL virtual platform to exchange knowledge and share the results of the project.

  2. Publication

    The Latin American Network to Combat Child Labour: Public-Private Partnership

    20 March 2014

    The partnership between Fundación Telefónica and the ILO strives to create a regional alliance to more efficiently combat child labour in Latin America through strengthening of institutions, providing the required tools to disseminate good practices and collaborative knowledge. The joint work between the ILO, through its International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC), and Fundación Telefónica’s Proniño Programme has so far gone through three phases.

January 2014

  1. ILO-UNDESA Joint Publication

    The Twin Challenges of Reducing Poverty and Creating Employment

    29 January 2014

    This E-publication is based on papers presented at two Expert Group Meetings (jointly organized by DSPD and the ILO) that brought together specialists to undertake a review of progress in eradicating poverty and to analyse policy responses to the global jobs crisis in different countries and regions of the world. It calls for a reorientation of macroeconomic policies from the current heavy emphasis on short-term stability to the promotion of sustained, inclusive and equitable growth. It stresses the need for the integration of social and economic policies to enable the attainment of people-centred development outcomes.

October 2013

  1. South-South and Triangular Cooperation

    GSSD 2013 - Sustainable Development and Decent Work Solution Forum: Presentation 6. Youssef Alaoui Solaimani, Morocco, Managing your Agricultural Cooperative

    31 October 2013

    Managing your Agricultural Cooperative -My.COOP-is a training package published in 2011. It covers managerial challenges faced by many agricultural cooperatives. face. It is based on the idea that strong cooperatives are necessary for a more equitable distribution of income, democracy, and economic and social development. My.COOP is a partnership initiative that draws on the success of the ILO’s Materials and Techniques for Cooperative Management (MATCOM) Programme (1978-early 1990s) that developed over 40 training tools. The My.COOP training package includes a trainer’s manual, four modules, and a mobile learning toolkit.

  2. South-South and Triangular Cooperation

    GSSD 2013 - Sustainable Development and Decent Work Solution Forum: Presentation 4. Cobitech, Kenya, Promoting green entrepreneurship among young women and men

    31 October 2013

    The Youth Entrepreneurship Facility (YEF) is a partnership between the Africa Commission, the Youth Employment Network (YEN) and the ILO. Implemented over the period 2010-2014 in Kenya, Uganda, and United Republic of Tanzania, the partnership is funded by the Government of Denmark. In 2010 the Youth Entrepreneurship Facility formed a partnership with the ILO’s Green Jobs Programme in response to the identification of green jobs and green entrepreneurship as one of the key priorities during the initial national and local stakeholder consultations.

  3. South-South and Triangular Cooperation

    GSSD 2013 - Sustainable Development and Decent Work Solution Forum: Presentation 2: UOCRA, Argentina

    31 October 2013

    The project aims to train workers, technicians and professionals of the construction sector to implement good environmental practices on construction sites. It also aims at promoting both the rational use of energy and the technical training in photovoltaic solar energy.

  4. South-South and Triangular Cooperation

    GSSD 2013 - Sustainable Development and Decent Work Solution Forum: Presentation 5: SENAI, Brazil, Triangular Cooperation for Vocational Training and Skills Development (Public-Private Partnership)

    31 October 2013

    SENAI, in partnership with SENATI and the German Cooperation Agency (GIZ), entered into a cooperation agreement whose main outcome was the creation of the Centre for Environmental Technologies (CTA) based in Peru. The Centre trains professionals in areas related to clean production and environmental conservation. It also aims at providing technical capacity building in research and laboratory services in areas such as water and sanitation, clean air and clean development mechanisms, land and recuperation of degraded landscape, solid waste, clean production and energy efficiency. In addition, it offers continuing education courses on environmental community-based monitoring, environmental monitoring (technical level) and eco-efficiency. SENATI is responsible for the implementation and management of the CTA with international technical support from SENAI, the Brazilian counterpart and GIZ, the German Counterpart. The Peruvian Agency for International Cooperation together with the Brazilian Agency for International Cooperation are in charge of the political coordination of this project and of GIZ’s participation. The Centre has developed a marketing and communications strategy as well as a monitoring and evaluation framework to measure impact and outcomes. The estimated duration of the project is three years (December 2010 to June 2014) with a total budget of more than US$5.2 million (SENAI, 2013). Upon completion of the project, the centre will be managed solely by SENATI.

  5. South-South and Triangular Cooperation

    Concept Note of the Sustainable Development and Decent Work Solution Forum, 2013

    04 October 2013

    The Global South-South Development (GSSD) Expo 2013 takes place in Nairobi from 28 October to 1 November 2013. GSSD is an annual UN system-wide global high-profile event for South-South Cooperation. The overall objective of GSSD Expo 2013 is to showcase scalable, replicable and innovative southern solutions with significant development impact on the ground. Solutions are presented as a basis for voluntary learning with the aim of scaling up their development impact. The ILO Solution Forum will focus on projects concerning sustainable development and decent work in a variety of contexts worldwide.

September 2013

  1. Urban development

    City-to-City and South-South and Triangular Cooperation

    26 September 2013

    Local economic and social development and city-to-city cooperation are gaining international visibility. What are the challenges related to the world of work that cities and their citizens are currently facing? How can cities, local governments and their partners learn from each other’s good practices within a South-South cooperation framework? How can they address the challenges of the world of work together with government and the social partners? These are the main questions this handbook addresses in order to stimulate further South-South and triangular cooperation between cities for the promotion of Decent Work. It also describes current South-South initiatives already undertaken by the International Labour Organization in partnership with the UCLG.

August 2013

  1. Publication

    Workers and Employers from Portuguese-speaking countries adopt Brasilia Declaration on combating child labour through South-South cooperation

    23 August 2013

    Representatives from the Business Confederation of the CPLP (CE-CPLP) and the Confederation of Trade Unions of the Portuguese-speaking Countries (CSPLP), signed the Brasilia Bipartite Declaration in August 2013 reaffirming the commitment of the workers' and employers' organizations to combat child labour in the CPLP sphere.

April 2013

  1. Publication

    South-South Cooperation and Decent Work: Good Practices

    28 April 2013

    The Good Practices Guide on South-South and Triangular Cooperation is part of the ILO's commitment to the promotion of South-South and triangular cooperation, and is targeted at governments, workers, employers, and civil society to help them learn from initiatives based on southern solutions that have proven effective in promoting decent work. SSTC provides an important mechanism to leverage resources and expertise – in particular by facilitating the transfer of knowledge and experience of the world of work in the Global South. It is necessary to systematize the collection and dissemination of such projects. Knowledge sharing is central to South-South and triangular cooperation, and greater visibility needs to be given to scalable and replicable initiatives through a good practices guide accessible on the web.

November 2012

  1. Publication

    The ILO Global Business and Disability Network: Public-Private Partnership

    21 November 2012

    The ILO has developed a global network of multinational companies, employers’ organizations, and business networks on disability, along with disabled persons’ organizations and other resource groups, to assist companies to include disability in the workplace and in their strategic business plans. The ILO Global Business and Disability Network is a business-led, member-based initiative that fosters the development of a workplace culture that is respectful and inclusive, promoting the hiring, retention and professional development of people with disabilities.

  2. Publication

    Decent Work in Myanmar - New ILO programme addresses the building of democracy

    14 November 2012

    This brochure outlines the ILO framework for its technical cooperation programme in Myanmar over the next few years. An annex details the projects involved.

May 2012

  1. Publication

    The ILO at Work: Development Results 2010-2011

    20 May 2012

    This report presents a snapshot of the wide range of the ILO's work in 2010-2011 by illustrating through stories, pictures, facts and figures, how the ILO's agenda to promote decent work translates into results that contribute to better lives for people through the world of work in a variety of circumstances.

  2. Publication

    Public-Private Partnerships in HIV prevention and care in India

    17 May 2012

    Partnerships are at the forefront of all ILO activities in the field of HIV and the world of work. The success of the ILO in reaching thousands of workers at risk of, or otherwise affected by HIV, can be attributed to its strong collaboration with a large number of bilateral and multilateral partners. The ILO’s experience with its corporate group partners in India shows that the average cost of a prevention programme covering a workforce of around 10,000 people would be around USD 9,000. That translates to an average annual cost of USD 0.9 per person, which is much lower than the cost of first-stage drugs of USD 19 per person per month.

February 2012

  1. Publication

    GSSD 2011: ILO Solution Exchange Forum on social protection, decent work and food security

    14 February 2012

  2. Publication

    ILO-Brazil Joint Declaration on Humanitarian Assistance

    14 February 2012

    Following the establishment of a three-year programme on 27 October 2010 aimed at enhancing the capacity of countries to respond to social and natural disasters, Brazil and the ILO will further consider ways to provide humanitarian assistance to populations in countries at risk and to encourage prevention, rehabilitation and recovery by strengthening institutions and promoting tools for sustainable development.

  3. Publication

    GSSD ILO report 2011

    14 February 2012

  4. Publication

    PPP Template Agreement Annex I

    14 February 2012

  5. Publication

    PPP Template Agreement and Annex I concerning the receipt of funding by the ILO

    14 February 2012