Publications

2019

  1. Skills for green jobs: 2018 update - European synthesis report

    30 May 2019

  2. Skills for Green Jobs in South Africa

    30 May 2019

  3. Skills for Green Jobs in Uganda

    30 May 2019

  4. Skills for Green Jobs in Philippines

    30 May 2019

  5. Skills for Green Jobs in Mali

    30 May 2019

  6. Skills for Green Jobs in Indonesia

    30 May 2019

  7. Skills for Green Jobs in India

    30 May 2019

  8. Skills for Green Jobs in Guyana

    30 May 2019

  9. Skills for Green Jobs in Egypt

    30 May 2019

  10. Skills for Green Jobs in Costa Rica

    30 May 2019

  11. Skills for Green Jobs in China

    30 May 2019

  12. Skills for Green Jobs in Brazil

    30 May 2019

  13. Skills for Green Jobs in Bangladesh

    30 May 2019

  14. Skills for Green Jobs in Australia

    30 May 2019

  15. Skills for Green Jobs in Barbados

    30 May 2019

  16. The involvement of employer organisations in the governance of skills systems: a literature review

    12 April 2019

  17. Tools for Quality Apprenticeships: a Guide for Enterprises

    09 April 2019

  18. SKILL-UP Ethiopia: National Multi-stakeholder Roundtable

    22 February 2019

    As part of the Norwegian-funded SKILL-UP Programme, the International Labour Organization (ILO), in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of Ethiopia, organized a national multi-stakeholder roundtable to identify opportunities for assistance in skills development from the ILO

  19. Skills and Employability

    14 February 2019

    This brochure provides an overview of the main areas of work of the Skills and Employability Branch of the Employment Policy Department.

  20. SKILL-UP project meeting and STED Training

    07 February 2019

    National Project Coordinators from the SKILL-UP Programme, funded by Norway, and representatives from the G20 Training Strategy Project, funded by the Russian Federation, gathered in Geneva in January to strengthen their capacity to understand and apply the Skills for Trade and Economic Diversification (STED) methodology at the country level.