Library / documentation center

The Employment Sector Information and Documentation centre offers ILO Officials both at Headquarters and the field, ILO constituents, journalists, students and others a range of services to meet your information needs.

This includes access to the Sector's free publications, research assistance, loans from the Employment Sector's or the ILO Library's collection, guidance on how to use information resources and on-line research tools effectively. The Centre also organises displays of its own as well as other ILO publications during special events.

Recent publications

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    Employment Policy Department Newsletter, Nov/Dec 2023

    24 November 2023

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    ILO/EIIP support to the Expanded Public Works Programme in South Africa

    13 November 2023

    ILO/EIIP is providing support to the Expanded Public Works Programme in key thematic areas including Policy Development and Promotion, Skills/Capacity Development, Project Management and Technical Support, Research and Innovation, and Advocacy and Partnership.

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    Employment-Intensive Investment Programme in South Africa

    13 November 2023

    The Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) is a short to medium term intervention of the Government of South Africa which seeks to address the triad national challenges of unemployment, poverty and inequality through employment creation in provision and delivery of public infrastructure works by application of labour-intensive methods.

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    Engaging multinational enterprises on more and better jobs

    10 November 2023

    The ILO approach to responsible global business - Sustainable Enterprises

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    Digital Employment Diagnostic Guidelines

    07 November 2023

    These guidelines serve as a comprehensive framework to assess, analyze, and understand the multifaceted dimensions of digital employment.

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    SCORE Programme Brochure

    01 November 2023

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    Employment impact assessment of the Malawi M1 road rehabilitation project

    27 October 2023

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    An appraisal of EIIP’s longer-term development impacts

    19 October 2023

    The purpose of this study is to improve understanding of how the project implementation related activities of the Employment Intensive Investment Programme (EIIP) generate long-term development impacts which arise out of: (a) the benefits for users and the wider society of the improved assets, and (b) the employment and increased incomes of those employed on projects.