Publications on HIV/AIDS

December 2003

  1. Publication

    Resolution on the role of social dialogue in addressing HIV/AIDS in the world of work - Tenth African Regional Meeting - December 2003

    01 December 2003

  2. Publication

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

    01 December 2003

September 2003

  1. Publication

    Gender sensitive best practices on mitigating the impact of HIV/AIDS in the world of work

    01 September 2003

    Inter-regional tripartite meeting on best practices in workplace policies and programmes on HIV/AIDS - Geneva, 15-17 December 2003

June 2003

  1. Publication

    A Resource Manual on HIV/aids for training of education Officers of the Central Board for Workers Education

    28 June 2003

  2. Publication

    Action against AIDS in the workplace – The Africa region

    01 June 2003

May 2003

  1. Publication

    Joint IOE/ICFTU Statement in the fight against HIV/AIDS (2003)

    12 May 2003

  2. Publication

    Tripartite workshop report on the impact of HIV/AIDS on child labour in Sub-Saharan Africa - Lusaka, Zambia 6-8 May 2003

    06 May 2003

March 2003

  1. Publication

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

    01 March 2003

January 2003

  1. Publication

    The impact of HIV/AIDS on the labour force in Sub-Saharan Africa: a preliminary assessment - Research and policy analysis 3

    09 January 2003

    The objective of this study is to further examine the impact of HIV/AIDS on changes in the structure and composition of the labour force, by correlating changes in HIV prevalence with changes in indicators viewed as susceptible to the impact of HIV and AIDS, and drawing conclusions based on that analysis.

  2. Publication

    A model of social policy costs of HIV/AIDS in the Russian Federation - Research and policy analysis 2

    09 January 2003

    In order to assess the socio-economic consequences of the epidemic in Russia, a computer model was developed to assess the impact of HIV/AIDS in the Russian Federation on: the general population and the economically active population, the financial sustainability of the pension fund, the costs of short-term disability benefits, health-care expenditures for diagnosing and treating people living with, HIV/AIDS, productivity and, hence, on the national output (GDP). The team developed estimates of probabilities of infection by age and sex on the basis of data for 2000–2002 from the Russian Federal AIDS Centre.