Publications

The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to the South Pacific Island Countries. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested from the ILO Library in Suva.

2021

  1. Seasonal worker schemes in the Pacific through the lens of international human rights and labour standards

    17 December 2021

    A summary report

  2. Extending social health protection: Accelerating progress towards Universal Health Coverage in Asia and the Pacific

    07 December 2021

    This regional report documents and analyses country experiences and lessons on the extension of social health protection coverage in the Asia and the Pacific region. It provides a detailed account of progress made, challenges encountered and remaining coverage gaps, and explores their root causes.

  3. ILO Pasifika Update November 2021

    14 November 2021

    In this edition of the ILO Pacific Newsletter, you will find updates on events and other news highlights of ILO’s work in the Pacific from September to November 2021.

  4. MPTF Informal Economies Recovery Project Monthly Newsletter - September - October 2021 edition

    19 October 2021

    This e-newsletter highlighting the stories of beneficiaries and support provided to them by the Informal Economies Recovery Project funded by the UN COVID Multi-Trust Partnership Fund, jointly implemented by ILO, UNESCO, UNDP and IFAD.

  5. MPTF Informal Economies Recovery Project Monthly Newsletter - July - August 2021 edition

    31 August 2021

    This e-newsletter highlighting the stories of beneficiaries and support provided to them by the Informal Economies Recovery Project funded by the UN COVID Multi-Trust Partnership Fund, jointly implemented by ILO, UNESCO, UNDP and IFAD.

  6. ILO Pasifika Update August 2021

    02 August 2021

    In this edition of the ILO Pacific Newsletter, you will find updates on events and other news highlights of ILO’s work in the Pacific from April to July 2021.

  7. MPTF Informal Economies Recovery Project Monthly Newsletter - June - July 2021 edition

    22 July 2021

    This e-newsletter highlighting the stories of beneficiaries and support provided to them by the Informal Economies Recovery Project funded by the UN COVID Multi-Trust Partnership Fund, jointly implemented by ILO, UNESCO, UNDP and IFAD.

  8. Quarterly Newsletter: Pacific Cimate Change Migration and Human Security Programme (PCCMHS) July 2021

    01 July 2021

    The PCCMHS programme’s quarterly newsletter - July 2021

  9. Making decent work a reality for domestic workers: Progress and prospects in Asia and the Pacific, ten years after the adoption of the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189)

    16 June 2021

    In 2011, the international community adopted the ILO’s Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189), which recognized for the first time that domestic work is work and that domestic workers should enjoy the same labour protections as all other workers.

  10. MPTF Informal Economies Recovery Project Monthly Newsletter - May - June 2021 edition

    06 June 2021

    This e-newsletter highlighting the stories of beneficiaries and support provided to them by the Informal Economies Recovery Project funded by the UN COVID Multi-Trust Partnership Fund, jointly implemented by ILO, UNESCO, UNDP and IFAD.

  11. Report: Youth takes the floor - Empowering Youths as Agents for Peace and Social Cohesion

    03 June 2021

    The “Youth takes the Floor” training course was designed, facilitated and delivered by ITC (International Training Centre, Turin, Italy) and DevCurate (Bangkok, Thailand) for 35 youths in the Solomon Islands.

  12. MPTF Informal Economies Recovery Project Monthly Newsletter

    08 April 2021

    This e-newsletter will be a monthly edition highlighting the stories of beneficiaries and support provided to them by the Informal Economies Recovery Project funded by the UN COVID Multi-Trust Partnership Fund, jointly implemented by ILO, UNESCO, UNDP and IFAD.

  13. ILO Pasifika Update March 2021

    31 March 2021

    In this edition of the ILO Pacific Newsletter, you will find updates on events and other news highlights of ILO’s work in the Pacific from December 2020 to March 2021.

  14. Quarterly Newsletter: Pacific Cimate Change Migration and Human Security Programme (PCCMHS) March 2021

    30 March 2021

    The PCCMHS programme’s quarterly newsletter - March 2021

  15. Extending social security to workers in the informal economy

    12 March 2021

    Key lessons learned from international experience

  16. ILO Monitor: COVID-19 and the world of work. 7th edition

    25 January 2021

2020

  1. ILO Pasifika Update November 2020

    04 November 2020

    In this edition of the ILO Pacific Newsletter, you will find updates on events and other news highlights of ILO’s work in the Pacific from April to October 2020.

  2. Quarterly Newsletter: Pacific Cimate Change Migration and Human Security Programme (PCCMHS) November 2020

    01 November 2020

    The PCCMHS programme’s quarterly newsletter Issue 1 - November 2020

  3. Pacific labour market review 2020

    07 September 2020

    This report presents a baseline assessment of the labour market situation in the Pacific Island Countries. The report was completed prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, within the framework of the ILO project on “Strengthening Labour Market Information Systems and Methodologies for Post-Disaster Needs Assessments in the Pacific Island Countries”, covering primarily three of the most disaster-affected countries – Cook Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu.

  4. Fiji Trades Union Congress (FTUC) Assessment Report on Impact of COVID-19 on Employment and Business

    28 August 2020

    In-Crisis Rapid Assessment: 13th May - 19th June 2020 (Volume 1). Supported by the International Labour Organization (ILO) Office for Pacific Island Countries (CO-Suva), the ILO’s Bureau for Workers Activities (ACTRAV) and the ILO Project “Increased capacities of employers’ and workers’ organisations to participate effectively in the development of social and labour policy”.