Publications

February 2006

  1. Decent Work Country Programme for Zimbabwe (2006 - 2007)

    14 February 2006

    The first generation of the Zimbabwe Decent Work Country Programme.

January 2006

  1. Growth, employment and poverty in Mozambique

    01 January 2006

    Issues in Employment and Poverty, Discussion Paper No.21

  2. Capacity building for Employment Creation and Economic Empowerment through ILO’s Local Economic Development Approach in Mozambique, South Africa and Angola (Final Evaluation Summary)

    01 January 2006

    Project RAF/04/53/NET

  3. Review of legislation and policies in Nigeria on Human Trafficking and Forced Labour

    01 January 2006

    An essential part of the Action Programme against Trafficking and Forced Labour in West Africa (PATWA) is to advocate for a legislative and policy framework in Nigeria and Ghana that enables the government and other national stakeholders to effectively combat trafficking in men, women and children for purposes of labour or sexual exploitation.

  4. Building entrepreneurial capacity for returnee and refugee women in Angola and Mozambique

    01 January 2006

    ILO-UNHCR Partnership through Technical Cooperation

June 2005

  1. Promoting Democracy through Fundamental principles and rights at work and Tripartism in Nigeria (NIDEC Project) (Final Evaluation Summary)

    01 June 2005

    Project NIR/00/50/USA

  2. ILO/Swiss Project for regional conflict management and enterprise-based competitiveness development (Mid-term Evaluation Summary)

    01 June 2005

    Project RAF/03/04/SWI

  3. IPEC reflections on current strengths and weaknesses in the West Africa cocoa/commercial agriculture program to combat hazardous and exploitative child labour (WACAP)

    01 June 2005

  4. ASIST Bulletin No. 19

    01 June 2005

    Bi-annual newsletter containing articles and news on labour-based activities in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

April 2005

  1. West Africa Cocoa and Commercial Agriculture Project to combat hazardous and exploitative child labour (WACAP) (Midterm Evaluation Summary)

    19 April 2005

    Project: RAF/00/51/USA Executive summary from 2005

March 2005

  1. Labour market and training needs assessment: Mapping of Reintegration Opportunities for Children Associated with Fighting Forces - A Report covering Liberia

    01 March 2005

    Study commissioned to make concrete recommendations for the current reintegration programme for children associated with fighting forces (CAFF)in Liberia. Identifies those sectors that have the potential to absorb demobilized CAFF and other war-affected youth. It also presents potential strategies for creating employment opportunities in Liberia's war-torn economy.

January 2005

  1. National programme on the elimination of child labour in Nigeria(Final Evaluation Summary)

    13 January 2005

    Project NIR/99/05/060

  2. Survey of child trafficking in Asewele, Ondo State in Nigeria: research report

    01 January 2005

    This study has been conducted within the framework of the sub-regional project¿Combating the trafficking of children for labour exploitation in West andCentral Africa¿ (LUTRENA) , better known under its French acronym « LUTRENA »

  3. International training workshop on child trafficking for security agencies in Ghana and Nigeria, Accra (Ghana), October 2003

    01 January 2005

    This workshop was hold within the framework of the sub-regional project ¿Combating the trafficking of children for labour exploitation in West and Central Africa¿, better known under its French acronym « LUTRENA ».

  4. Labour migration policy and management: training modules

    01 January 2005

    Migration policy and management training, including training on development of national migration policies, facilitating employment and protection of nationals.

  5. Industrial Relations in the Oil Industry in Nigeria

    01 January 2005

    Working paper 237

November 2004

  1. Working Action on HIV/AIDS

    01 November 2004

July 2004

  1. Giving Voice to the Unprotected Workers in the informal Economy in Africa: The case of Zimbabwe

    21 July 2004

    The majority of the participants in this 'sector' are at the bottom of the economic and social ladder, enduring precarious work, and irregular and insecure incomes with little or no access to social security. Because of the non-application of the law and the absence of collective representation, these workers and entrepreneurs remain extremely vulnerable.

  2. West Africa Cocoa/Commercial Agriculture Programme to Combat Hazardous and Exploitative Child Labour (WACAP)

    20 July 2004

    The terminal evaluation exercise (carried out from 3rd to 20th April, 2006 and encompassing desk research, two (2) field visits and participation in three (3) workshops), sought to assess the results and effects of the West Africa Cocoa/Commercial Agriculture Programme to Combat Hazardous and Exploitative Child Labour (WACAP), funded by the United States Department of Labour (USDOL) and the Cocoa Global Issues Group (Cocoa-GIG), and implemented by the ILO through its International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) in five (5) project countries, namely: Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea and Nigeria.

  3. Occupational Health and Safety survey of Trafficked Children in the Tin Mines in Jos Area, Plateau State, Nigeria

    20 July 2004

    The Occupational Health and Safety Survey of Trafficked Children in the tin mines in Jos Area, Plateau State of Nigeria is one of the researches supported by International Labour Organisation-International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour under the sub-regional Project on Combating Trafficking of Children for Labour Exploitation in West and Central Africa (LUTRENA).