Publications

October 2015

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    Empowering HIV-vulnerable people along transport corridors in Zimbabwe: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    Since 2011 the ILO has established a programme along the transport corridors in Chirundu, Kotwa, Nyamapanda, Beitbridge and Ngundu that provides HIV prevention and care services for transport workers and populations operating along these corridors, and business-related services that enable vulnerable populations to start or improve their business, form cooperatives and access funds to improve their resilience to the impacts of HIV.

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    Comprehensive approach to improving workplace nutrition in Chile: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    Workplace health promotion programmes, especially those on nutrition, are part of a comprehensive occupational safety and health policy. In 2005 the results of a global study on good practices in providing food at work were published by the ILO, entitled: “Food at Work: Workplace solutions for malnutrition, obesity and chronic diseases”. The study shows that workplace meal programmes providing convenient access to healthy food can help prevent micronutrient deficiencies and chronic diseases, including obesity and diabetes.

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    Reducing HIV vulnerability in Zambia through economic empowerment: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    To create gainful employment as an avenue for economic empowerment and, eventually, to reduce vulnerability to HIV and AIDS, the ILO signed and ratified a Corridor Economic Empowerment Innovation Fund (CEEIF) grant with Cavmont Bank in Zambia, kick-starting a public-private partnership in Zambia. The project is linked to the ILO’s Corridor Economic Empowerment Project (CEEP) to reduce HIV vulnerability along the main transport corridors in Southern Africa.

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    HIV Prevention and Care in India: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    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.

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    The Global Compact and Safety and Health - Improving Occupational Safety and Health in the Supply Chain: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    This public-private partnership between the International Labour Organization (ILO), Volkswagen (VW) and the German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ), covered Brazil, Mexico and South Africa, with the overall aim of establishing and implementing national OSH action programmes in the VW supply chain.

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    Strategic HIV/AIDS Response in Enterprises (SHARE): Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The ILO’s Strategic HIV/AIDS Response in Enterprises (SHARE) taps into the resources of the public and private sectors for the benefit of workers, their families, and enterprises – not to mention national economies. SHARE’s principal objectives are to help overcome HIV employment-related discrimination and to prevent HIV by reducing risky behaviours among workers in selected economic sectors, especially those that might be more vulnerable to HIV due to working and related living conditions.

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    Maastricht University Master's courses for Social and Public Policy, Financing, Design and Human Development: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The global trend to overhaul and revise welfare and social protection systems further increases the need for well-qualified quantitative social protection analysts and managers. Many developing countries and transition-economies, but also some industrialized countries, do not have these specialists or managers; neither do they have access to comprehensive, concise and problem-orientated training programmes. Well-trained experts in each country would make a notable difference with respect to the development of effective social protection strategies for the extension of social protection and through good governance to the long-term viability of national social protection systems and thus to people’s long-term social security.

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    Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprise (SCORE): Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE) is a practical training and in-factory counselling programme that improves productivity and working conditions in SMEs. The product demonstrates best international practice in the manufacturing and service sectors and helps SMEs to participate in global supply chains.

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    Centre of excellence for Bangladeshi apparel workers - Certified training within the national skills development framework: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The Centre of Excellence for the Bangladesh Apparel Industries (CEBAI) is a replicable model of an industry-driven training and support service that aims to meet the sector’s labour force needs. The initiative seeks to increase both the employability and wages of the working poor.This initiative is a part of a global ILO-H&M partnership, which draws on the company’s considerable expertise in providing training to its workers.

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    Demographic change and private sector disability management in Australia, Canada, China and Switzerland - A comparative study: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) sees disability management (DM) as crucial to supporting workers whose employment is threatened by illness or accident and bringing people back to work. However, despite the widespread adoption of DM, comparative international research among private companies in this area is minimal.

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    ILO Global Business and Disability Network: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    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.

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    Promoting Youth Employment in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS): Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    This technical cooperation project, funded by Lukoil and implemented by the ILO, seeks to strengthen the impact of policies and programmes on youth employment in order to support the creation of more and better jobs for young people. The project focuses on effective responses to the escalating youth employment crisis through initiatives at regional, national and local levels.

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    Implementation of the labour force survey in Yemen: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The ILO, with financial support from Silatech, applied its international technical expertise to build the capacity of the Yemen Central Statistical Office (CSO) in order to establish a sustainable Labour Market Information System (LMIS) to generate regular, high-quality labour market data that meets international standards. The LMIS also serves to enhance the capacity of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour (MOSAL) to analyse and disseminate comprehensive data to support the ministry’s activities in labour-market monitoring, policy-oriented analysis and policy formulation.

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    TAQEEM Fund for youth employment evaluation (Phase I & II) - A partnership to promote results-based monitoring and evaluation for youth employment in the MENA region: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    Taqeem (meaning “evaluation” in Arabic) has been implemented in two phases. The first phase worked with 15 youth employment organizations and initiatives reaching approximately 15,000 young people a year as part of a competitively selected Community of Practice (CoP) to improve their capacity to measure and monitor the impact of their programmes. This was achieved firstly through “Evaluation Clinics” which taught CoP members the key steps for impact evaluation and equipped them with enhanced, low-cost, high-impact monitoring and evaluation tools and small grants. The development of a web-based knowledge sharing platform and dissemination campaigns supported the reporting of successes and challenges to stakeholders and raised project profiles. Finally, organizations with positive results developed and conducted randomized control trail studies to show the impact of their programmes.

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    Improving labour market outcomes for young women and men: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The ILO’s Youth Employment Programme carried out a global systematic review of youth employment interventions. The aim of the study is to support policymakers and practitioners with evidence-based recommendations on what works to effectively support youth in the labour market. With financial support from the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), the review analysed the impact of skills training, entrepreneurship promotion, employment services and subsidized employment interventions.

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    Building capacity for social compliance of investments in African agriculture: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The partner in this PPP, AATIF, is an investment fund that emerged through a public-private partnership initiated by the KfW Development Bank on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and Deutsche Bank. It aims to realize the potential of Africa’s agriculture for the benefit of the poor. AATIF pursues a private sector approach addressing the specific needs of the agricultural sector in a market-oriented way, while its social and environmental management system and strong governance structure with an independent compliance advisor ensure a positive development impact.

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    Governing labour standards in the Chinese electronics manufacturing industry - Labour market institutions and governance of global production chains: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    In the late 1990s and early 2000s various Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) campaigns emerged to fill the gap created by a weakness in relevant ‘hard laws’ and their implementation. Currently, a marked move towards more ‘traditional’ hard law and industrial relations approaches is leading to profound changes in labour market conditions and governance. These are changes that can bring vertical and horizontal chain reactions throughout the global production chain. A better understanding of these consequences is essential to improve the chain and facilitate equitable growth and development.

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    Chinese supplier training: Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE): Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE) is a practical training and in-factory counselling programme that improves productivity and working conditions in small and medium enterprises. The product demonstrates best international practice in the manufacturing and service sectors and helps SMEs to participate in global supply chains.

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    Know About Business in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt): Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The ILO adapted its Know About Business (KAB) programme, which is a set of training materials for entrepreneurship education, to bridge the pre-start gap that students in the oPt face before entry to the labour market with information to develop entrepreneurial skills and prepare students and trainees not only to establish their own businesses, but also to work productively in small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

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    Know About Business (KAB) in Saudi Arabia: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The ILO entrepreneurship education programme, Know About Business (KAB), draws on ILO’s successful experience in the field. The KAB training methodology develops entrepreneurial competencies among young people and the particular knowledge needed for self-employment and the creation of micro and small enterprises. Since 2009, the KAB programme has been introduced into vocational, secondary and higher education in approximately 50 countries and translated into 22 languages. In the Arab region, the programme has successfully been implemented in Syria, Yemen, the occupied Palestinian territories, Oman, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon.