Journals

  1. International Labour Review

    Global multidisciplinary journal of employment and social issues

  2. International Journal of Labour Research

    Recent research on labour and social policies from trade union researchers and academics around the world

  3. International Social Security Review

    International journal on social security/social protection issues

Magazines and newsletters

June 2015

  1. Migrant Domestic Workers in Focus, Issues #5-6

    18 June 2015

    ILO Newsletter “Migrant Domestic Workers in Focus” is an awareness rising and promotion tool developed in the framework of the EU funded Global Action Programme on Migrant Domestic Workers and their families (GAP-MDW) and published on a quarterly basis. The purpose of the newsletter is to promote decent work for migrant domestic workers globally and to keep ILO partners, constituents and other stakeholders informed about current and upcoming developments in the migration and domestic work sectors.

May 2015

  1. COOP news update

    29 May 2015

    This issue of the COOP News includes articles on various events, projects, trainings and meetings related to the work of the ILO's COOP Unit between January and May, 2015.

  2. The future of work: From driver to transport manager

    20 May 2015

    This year’s edition of the World of Work magazine once again highlights themes discussed by the ILO’s International Labour Conference (ILC).

  3. Employment Situation in Latin America and the Caribbean: Universal social protection in labour markets with high levels of informality

    13 May 2015

    The Employment Situation in Latin America and the Caribbean is a twice-yearly report prepared jointly by the Economic Development Division of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and the Office for the Southern Cone of Latin America of the International Labour Organization (ILO).

February 2015

  1. ILO Research News 2/2015

    24 February 2015

    The first edition of the new, thematic annual flagship report of the ILO Research Department, entitled The Changing Nature of Jobs, highlights the shift in the traditional employment relationship that is taking place across the world of work. In many cases, the emerging patterns of new forms of work is associated with the rise in inequality and poverty rates and risks perpetuating the vicious circle of weak global demand and slow job creation that currently characterizes the global economy.

  2. ILO Research News 1/2015

    24 February 2015

    The second edition of ILO Research News highlights recent ILO publications, including the first edition of the ILO’s new flagship publication, World Employment and Social Outlook – Trends 2015 report. The report, which was launched in January, provides a comprehensive analysis of the state of global and regional labour markets.

  3. ILO Special Action Programme to combat Forced labour Highlights - February 2015 Issue

    09 February 2015

  4. Asia‐Pacific Labour Market Update, February 2015

    02 February 2015

    Provides a snapshot of recent labour market trends for a number of economies in the Asia-Pacific region, based on official data available as of 6 January 2015, with special coverage on high and rising income inequality trends and labour market policies to foster inclusive growth.

January 2015

  1. COOP news update

    26 January 2015

    This issue of the COOP News includes articles on various events, projects, trainings and meetings related to the work of the ILO's COOP Unit between September and December, 2014.

  2. ILO Newsletter: Migrant Domestic Workers in Focus, Issue #4

    26 January 2015

    ILO Newsletter “Migrant Domestic Workers in Focus” is an awareness rising and promotion tool developed in the framework of the EU funded Global Action Programme on Migrant Domestic Workers and their families (GAP-MDW) and published on a quarterly basis. The purpose of the newsletter is to promote decent work for migrant domestic workers globally and to keep ILO partners, constituents and other stakeholders informed about current and upcoming developments in the migration and domestic work sectors.