Resources on Employment Impact Assessment

  1. Book Launch: 100 years of Public Works in the ILO, presented by Anna McCord

    21 October 2021

    Webinar - Public Works and Public Employment Programmes: What role in socioeconomic recovery?

  2. Guidance for operation and maintenance (O&M) of irrigation systems

    21 October 2021

    Maximizing local resources and community participation, Nepal and the Phillippines

  3. 100 Years of Public Works in the ILO

    21 October 2021

    This book chronicles the breadth and depth of ILO’s engagement in Public Works Programmes (PWPs) over the last century. It describes the journey, the ideas and the innovations that have emerged in a shifting global economic, social and political context. PWPs continue to be widely used and supported by the ILO and it is hoped that lessons that have been handed down will be useful in informing future policy-making and programme design.

  4. Programme for Public Works and Public Employment Programmes: What role in socioeconomic recovery?

    18 October 2021

  5. Public Works and Public Employment Programmes: What role in socioeconomic recovery?

  6. Public Employment Initiatives and the COVID-19 crisis

    02 September 2021

    A compendium of Infrastructure Stimulus, Public Employment Programs (PEP), Public Works programs case studies

  7. Employment and decent work in the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus

    01 September 2021

    Guide

  8. Strengthening the National Rural Transport Program (SNRTP) NEPAL: Decent employment through maintenance first approach for better road connectivity

    10 June 2021

  9. Training course: Designing Public Employment Programmes for a Sustainable Recovery

    Public Employment Programmes (PEPs) - or public works programmes - provide an adaptive policy instrument that can create employment, fill gaps in the provison of assets or services, complement social protection provisions and contribute to Active Labour Market Policies (ALMPs). This course will discuss how PEPs can contribute to a sustainable recovery.

  10. New EU-ILO Mainstreaming Employment into Trade and Investment (METI) Programme launched at UfM Trade ministerial meeting

    16 November 2020