13 October 2023
The survey aims to produce high-quality, replicable data on supply chains to identify decent work deficits as well as provide critical information to create more and better opportunities for employment and growth.
23 May 2023
In-depth qualitative and quantitative research on the challenges and opportunities for decent work along the textile and clothing supply chain in Madagascar.
Egypt Youth Employment (EYE): Jobs and Private Sector Development in Rural Egypt “RAWABET” Ready Made Garments in Egypt: Market Systems Analysis
01 May 2023
20 February 2023
The report assesses the electronics industry in Viet Nam, the largest export sector and one of the largest employers in Viet Nam, with the aim of understanding opportunities and challenges for advancing decent work during the post-COVID-19 recovery period.
24 June 2022
The report takes stock of employment, wages and productivity in the Asian garment sector by exploring data and policy insights to highlight trends, patterns and ways forward for a better future of work. By utilising updated data insights, the report outlines persisting decent work deficits as the garment sector evolves, and the prioritised support needed to overcome such challenges.
31 December 2021
This book examines social dialogue and the role of social partners in the governance of the world of work in 34 European countries.
18 October 2021
Vision Zero Fund is a project on occupational safety and health (OSH) working in Myanmar since May 2017 in the garment, ginger, and contruction value chains. Handling agrochemicals brings risks to farmers and has been a significant OSH concern in the ginger value chain.
29 June 2021
The study applies the framework of decent work indicators developed by the International Labour Organization (ILO), in combination with input–output analysis, to explore selected links between international trade and certain indicators of decent work in two industries of Mexico’s manufacturing sector: automotive and textile.
14 December 2020
This paper is an update of the 2016 International Labour Organization (ILO) Working Paper Multilateral Approaches to Global Supply Chains. The original paper served as an input for the 2016 International Labour Conference discussion on decent work in global supply chains.
10 November 2020
This brief, co-authored by the ILO and Better Work, aims to raise awareness of the gendered reality of COVID-19 and to outline some of the ways in which the pandemic impacts women and men workers in the garment sector in the short, medium and long terms.