Publications

January 2004

  1. GET Ahead for Women in Enterprise Training Package and Resource Kit

    01 January 2004

    The training package Gender and Entrepreneurship Together – GET Ahead for Women in Enterprise – aims to assist ILO partner organizations in promoting enterprise development among women in poverty who want to start or are already engaged in small-scale business.

December 2003

  1. Workplace Action on HIV/AIDS - Issue 4, December 2003

    01 December 2003

July 2003

  1. HIV/AIDS policy for the transport sector of Zimbabwe

    31 July 2003

    The aim of this policy is to guide and direct the process of dealing with HIV/AIDS in the workplace at all levels in the transport sector of Zimbabwe. The policy provides the framework in which the transport sector employers, workers and their representatives will design and implement programmes or formulate HIV/AIDS policies at sub sector or enterprise level and to implement, monitor and evaluate HIV/AIDS responses at the workplace.

April 2003

  1. With an eye to the future : ILO refugee programmes in Africa

    01 April 2003

    Crisis Response and Reconstruction Working Paper No. 12

March 2003

  1. Trade Unions and Poverty Alleviation in Africa

    12 March 2003

    This book is a direct outcome of the regional workshop on 'Poverty Alleviation through Social Dialogue: the Role of Trade Unions in English-speaking African Countries' - Nairobi Kenya, December 2001

  2. Employers’ activities in the ILO/Danida Programme(Final Evaluation Summary)

    05 March 2003

    Project INT/01/27/DAN

  3. Workplace Action on HIV/AIDS - Issue 3, March 2003

    01 March 2003

October 2002

  1. ILOAIDS Newsletter - Issue 2, October 2002

    01 October 2002

July 2002

  1. Nigeria : an assessment of the international labour migration situation : the case of female labour migrants

    01 July 2002

    GENPROM Working Paper No. 7 - Series on Women and Migration

June 2002

  1. ILOAIDS Newsletter - Issue 1, June 2002

    01 June 2002

May 2002

  1. South Africa Child Domestic Workers: A National Report

    01 May 2002

    This national report provides an in-depth analysis of child domestic workers - a widespread worst form of child labour - at the country level.

March 2002

  1. Africa’s crises : recent analysis of armed conflicts and natural disasters in Africa

    01 March 2002

    Crisis Response and Reconstruction Working Paper No. 5

  2. Human traffic human rights: redefining victim protection

    01 March 2002

    This report looks at measures taken to protect trafficked people in ten different countries: Belgium, Colombia, Italy, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Thailand, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States.

January 2002

  1. Applying the comprehensive LED approach : the case of Mozambique

    01 January 2002

    Case Study

December 2001

  1. Combating trafficking in children for labour exploitation in West and Central Africa: Synthesis report

    01 December 2001

November 2001

  1. Gender Equality in Employment: The Legal Framework in the case of Zimbabwe

    22 November 2001

    The report examines the content of various pieces of legislation as they address issues of prohibition of gender discrimination; protective laws for women; sexual harassment; maternity protection as well as discrimination on the basis of HIV/AIDS. The report further analyses Zimbabwe’s position regarding international conventions on gender as well as social attitudes to gender equality. The report ends by drawing conclusions and making important recommendations for legislative improvement.

August 2001

  1. Wages Through Booms and Recessions - A Case Study of Zimbabwe

    16 August 2001

    The paper argues that a wage policy must be pillared on decentralised, coordinated and synchronised collective bargaining, in private and public sectors alike. In the public sector, there is no collective bargaining at the moment and that is why wages in that sector sometimes lag behind those of the private sector.

March 2001

  1. Microfinance in Mozambique - Are Donors Promoting Regional Feminisation of Poverty

    14 March 2001

    The paper is one of the background documents prepared in the context of the Study on the Feminisation of Poverty in Mozambique that is being executed by the International Labour Organization’s Southern Africa Multidisciplinary Advisory Team (ILO/SAMAT) in Harare, with funding form the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Maputo. The background documents prepared under the project consist of conceptual and empirical reviews of the literature on gender and poverty in Mozambique, an analysis of existing survey data in the country from the perspective of the feminisation of poverty, and a set of case studies on coping mechanisms of poor women. These were discussed at two workshops held in Maputo on 22 February and in Nampula on 26 February 2001

  2. Female Itinerant Maize Traders in Southern Mozambique: A study of Higher-end Informal Sector Activity and its Potential for Poverty Reduction

    14 March 2001

    The paper is one of the background documents prepared in the context of the Study on the Feminisation of Poverty in Mozambique that is being executed by the International Labour Organization’s Southern Africa Multidisciplinary Advisory Team (ILO/SAMAT) in Harare, with funding form the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Maputo. The background documents prepared under the project consist of conceptual and empirical reviews of the literature on gender and poverty in Mozambique, an analysis of existing survey data in the country from the perspective of the feminisation of poverty, and a set of case studies on coping mechanisms of poor women. These were discussed at two workshops held in Maputo on 22 February and in Nampula on 26 February 2001.

  3. Gender and armed conflicts : challenges for decent work, gender equity and peace building agendas and programmes

    01 March 2001

    Crisis Response and Reconstruction Working Paper No. 2