Improving the impact of public policies and budgets on employment outcomes
Guide for the review of employment-related public expenditures and application to six pilot countries
12 October 2023
This report presents the first assessment of employment-related public expenditures (ERPEs) in six pilot countries, as an input to support the gradual transition towards pro-employment budgets. The goal is to understand the consistency of public expenditures with national employment policies and issues related to their incidence, effectiveness, and allocative efficiency.
11 October 2023
This study analyzes gender gaps in Asia and the Pacific’s labour market and shows why removing the barriers preventing women accessing decent work, increasing pay and improving working conditions can drive inclusive development and economic growth.
25 September 2023
The issue paper provides an updated picture of the child labour and schooling situation of indigenous children, with a view to informing policy interventions in the lead up to the 2025 target date for ending child labour.
24 September 2023
18 August 2023
The objective of this technical paper is to facilitate reflection on possibilities for capturing the practice of the traditional occupations of indigenous and tribal peoples in labour statistics as a means to understand and monitor related trends and build evidence for public policymaking.
ILC.111/Record No. 6B(Rev.1)
11 August 2023
Version Rev.1 of 31 July includes corrections received from Committee members.
01 August 2023
Gender equality and women workers
01 August 2023
The report highlights why and how investing in childcare impacts positively on gender equality and decent work in Asia and the Pacific.
ILO Working paper 95
25 July 2023
This paper offers guidance as to when and where the use of AI in HRM should be encouraged, and where it is likely to cause more problems than it solves.
Public investment in care services in Argentina. Coverage of deficits, employment generation, fiscal efforts and economic impacts
17 July 2023
Based on the methodology developed by ILO-UN Women (2021), this study provides the results of an exercise to estimate the deficits in meeting the demand for care in the country (coverage and quality, including staff working conditions) for each of the sub-sectors (education, health and long-term care), as well as the investments needed to reverse this, and the economic and employment implications of expanding and strengthening care policies in a comprehensive manner in a future scenario up to 2030.