Instructional materials

2010

  1. International Instruments and Corporate Social Responsibility. A booklet to Accompany Training on the Labour Dimension of CSR: from Principles to Practice Updated version

    07 July 2010

2009

  1. Guidelines on Gender in Employment Policies: Information Resource Book

    14 December 2009

    Provides guidelines on how to mainstream gender equality in specific employment policy areas.

  2. SWTS: A methodological guide - Module 5: Disseminating survey results.

    01 December 2009

    Disseminating survey results

  3. SWTS: A methodological guide - Module 4: Key indicators of youth labour markets: Concepts, definitions and tabulations.

    01 December 2009

    Key indicators of youth labour markets

  4. SWTS: A methodological guide - Module 3: Sampling methodology.

    01 December 2009

    Sampling methodology

  5. SWTS: A methodological guide - Module 2: SWTS questionnaires.

    01 December 2009

    SWTS questionnaires

  6. SWTS: A methodological guide - Module 1: Basics concepts, roles and implementation process.

    01 December 2009

    Basic concepts, roles and implementation process

  7. Country level rapid impact assessment of crisis on employment

    05 October 2009

  8. Making the strongest links: A practical guide to mainstreaming gender analysis in value chain development

    31 July 2009

    A new publication from the ILO provides groundbreaking methods for incorporating gender concerns into the different stages of value chain analysis and strengthening the links essential for gender equality and promoting sustainable pro-poor growth and development strategies.

2008

  1. The labour Principles of the United Nations Global Compact – A Guide for Business

    16 December 2008

    A publication of the UN Global Compact Labour Working Group, this Guide aims to help companies better understand and apply the four labour principles into practice (UN Global Compact principles 3-6). In a question and answer format, this Guide provides a description of each of the four Global Compact labour principles, and also provides practical guidance on what companies can do to respect, promote, and realise them. It also contains an inventory of key ILO resources that can help companies put the labour principles in practice.

  2. International Instruments and Corporate Social Responsibility. A booklet to Accompany Training on the Labour Dimension of CSR: from Principles to Practice

    12 January 2008

  3. Youth employment : making it happen

    01 January 2008

    CD ROM - an electronic resource tool for employers

  4. Guide for the preparation of national action plans on youth employment

    01 January 2008

2007

  1. Sustainable enterprise promotion through good workplace practice and human resource management

    01 November 2007

  2. Start Your Waste Recycling Business - Trainers Guide

    01 October 2007

    A technical step-by-step-guide of how to start a community-based waste recycling business

  3. Start Your Waste Recycling Business - Business Plan

    01 October 2007

    A technical step-by-step-guide of how to start a community-based waste recycling business

  4. Start Your Waste Recycling Business - Business Manual

    01 October 2007

    A technical step-by-step-guide of how to start a community-based waste recycling business

  5. Start Your Waste Recycling Business - Technical Handouts

    01 October 2007

    A technical step-by-step-guide of how to start a community-based waste recycling business

  6. An operational guide to Local Value Chain development

    01 February 2007

  7. Access to SIYB training for people with disabilities. A Handbook for Organizers and Trainers in China

    12 January 2007

    This manual for SIYB training organizations and trainers to implement SIYB training which is accessible to persons with disabilities, the first of its kind, is an attempt to respond to the requirements of the Convention. Its major purpose is to enable users to make reasonable accommodation for the inclusion of persons with disabilities into standard SIYB training classes as they are administered in the People’s Republic of China.