Publications

November 2022

  1. Independent strategic evaluation of the ILO’s Flagship Programme Safety + Health for All (2016-2022)

    30 November 2022

    The ILO Evaluation Office seeks expressions of interest (EoIs) from qualified independent evaluator(s) with experience in strategic evaluations and/or large multi-country programmes for an upcoming independent strategic evaluation of the ILO’s Flagship Programme Safety + Health for All (2016-2022).

    Please see the attached call for expressions of interest for more information.

    Expressions of interest should be sent to the ILO Evaluation Office (eval@ilo.org) eval) by 12 December 2022, mentioning the topic of evaluation in the subject-line.

  2. Improving Workers' Data Rights

    28 November 2022

    The brief on Improving Workers’ Data Rights covers how workers’ data is collected and used in the context of changing workplace management practises and oversight instruments. It provides important recommendations for trade unions on opportunities and challenges towards collective action on safeguarding workers’ rights throughout the data lifecycle.

  3. Responsible Tech

    28 November 2022

    The brief on Responsible Tech focuses on the responsible usage of information technologies that trade unions should be considering in their own internal operations. It follows the recommendations made during the first two briefs by providing guidance on how trade unions can ask the right questions in terms of the usage of new technologies by its staff and members, data protection of trade union data, cybersecurity as well as exploring options to utilising responsible software to ensure the privacy and rights of its staff and members.

  4. Sustainable Algorithmic Systems

    28 November 2022

    The brief on Sustainable Algorithmic Systems provides an overview for trade unions how algorithmic systems are utilised in workplaces. It further discusses the degree of changes to management practices due to the increased levels of algorithmic decision making, its impacts on workers and provides pertinent recommendations to workers’ organisations on how to counter potential threats to workers’ wellbeing, working conditions and wages caused by the deployment of unregulated algorithmic systems.

  5. Inclusive Growth through Decent Work in the Great Rift Valley - Final evaluation

    24 November 2022

    The Evaluation Office of the International Labour Organization (ILO/ ILO-EVAL) is seeking expressions of interest from a team of qualified consultants to conduct an independent final evaluation of the “Inclusive Growth through Decent Work in the Great Rift Valley” Public Private Development Partnership Project. The prospective candidates can apply either individually (for each role) or as a team, including as a company.

    Please see the attached call for expressions of interest and terms of reference for more information.

    The deadline for the submission of an expression of interest for this assignment is 7 December 2022, at 18h00 of South Africa Standard Time (SAST). Prospective candidates should send their expression of interest by email to the Evaluation Manager Elmira Bakhshinyan (bakhshinyan@ilo.org), copying Ricardo Furman (furman@ilo.org), with a subject header “Evaluation of the Inclusive Growth through Decent Work in the Great Rift Valley Project”.

  6. Creating Decent Work Opportunities for Somali Internally Displaced People, Returnees and Host Communities Through Employment-intensive Infrastructure Improvement - Midterm evaluation

    23 November 2022

    The ILO Evaluation Office is seeking an evaluation team (individual consultants or a team applicants -individual or service contract ) to conduct the independent mid-term evaluation of “Project Creating Decent Work Opportunities for Somali Internally Displaced People, Returnees and Host Communities Through Employment-intensive Infrastructure Improvement”.

    The deadline to apply is 11:55 pm East Africa time (EAT), Friday 9th December 2022. Please see the attached call for expressions of interest and terms of reference for more information.

    Please send an e-mail with the subject header “Evaluation of the EIIP Project Somalia” to the following email: Muhummed, Abdelmalik Jamae muhummed@ilo.org with copy to Ricardo Furman furman@ilo.org.

  7. Pool of consultants to undertake synthesis reviews of project evaluations

    22 November 2022

    The Evaluation Office (EVAL) of the International Labour Organization is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from qualified individuals to expand its pool of consultants to undertake synthesis review work. Each year EVAL undertakes synthesis review of project evaluation reports as part of the evaluation research and as input for its high-level evaluations. Synthesis reviews are also standalone assignments to synthesize findings around specific themes that are of interest to the ILO.

    Please see the attached call for expressions of interest for more information.

    Interested applicants are requested to submit their CV to eval@ilo.org by December 2 (18h00 – CET, Geneva time).

  8. Myanmar COVID-19 Response Programme - Independent evaluation

    18 November 2022

    The International Labour Organisation (ILO) is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from an international evaluator – IE (home-based) to conduct the independent final evaluation of the project ‘Myanmar COVID-19 Response: Livelihoods support to remittance dependent communities.’ The project is implemented by the ILO Liaison Office in Yangon.

    Please see the Terms of Reference (ToR) attached for further details about the evaluation.

    The deadline to submit an Expression of Interest for undertaking this evaluation is Thursday, 15 December 2022, by 17:00 hrs (Bangkok time). Applications should be sent by e-mail with the subject header “ILO/Myanmar COVID-19 Response Programme Final Evaluation” to the Evaluation Manager, Ms Sohana Samrin Chowdhury (chowdhuryso@ilo.org), copied to Ms Pamornrat Pringsulaka (pamornrat@ilo.org).

  9. High-level evaluations (2023)

    11 November 2022

    The ILO Evaluation Office (EVAL) seeks expressions of interest (EoIs) from qualified independent evaluator teams with experience in strategy, corporate and institutional level evaluations for the following evaluations selected from its rolling work plan (2023), as endorsed by the Governing Body:

    1. Independent High-Level Evaluation of ILO’s Strategies and actions for promoting decent work in the rural economy (with a focus on employment) 2016-2023

    2. Independent Evaluation of the ILO’s post-conflict and recovery work in the Arab States region (with an emphasis on Iraq and Yemen) 2019-2023

    3. Independent High-Level Evaluation of ILO’s Strategies and Action on Fundamental Principles and rights at work, 2018-2023

    EVAL seeks expressions of interest from teams of consultants, companies and individual consultants who are willing to work in a team with other consultants. Expressions of interest should be sent to EVAL@ilo.org by 25 November 2022 and indicate the assignment for which they are applying in the e-mail’s subject line: • “HLE of Rural Economy” • “HLE of ILO in Arab States” • “HLE of FPRW

    Please see the attached EoIs for more information.

  10. Southern African Migration Management Project (SAMM) - Joint evaluation

    09 November 2022

    The ILO (for ILO/EVAL), on behalf of the SAMM Evaluation Committee, is publishing the attached Request for Proposals for the services of an evaluation team to conduct a Joint ILO,IOM, UNDOC and UNHCR Project Independent Mid-Term Evaluation of the Southern African Migration Management (SAMM) Project.

    Kindly read through the attached documens and respond officially as required. Final date of receipt of proposals is the 9th of December 2022, by 13h30 GMT+2.

  11. Pool of Consultants in Ghana, Moldova and Colombia

    08 November 2022

    The Evaluation Office (EVAL) of the International Labour Organization is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from qualified individuals to expand its pool of national evaluation consultants.

    National evaluation consultants will be expected to support a long-term data collection process as part of institutional and decentralized portfolio of evaluations. National evaluation consultants will support evaluation scoping, in-country data collection (on-site field visits, meetings, discussions, and interviews with stakeholders) and reporting, as required. Detailed TORs will be provided for each assignment.

    For further details about the evaluation, please see the attached Call for Expressions of Interest.

    Interested applicants are requested to submit their CV to eval@ilo.org by November 30 (18h00 – CET, Rome time).

  12. CLEAR cotton project - Final evaluation

    08 November 2022

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) is seeking expressions of interest from a team of qualified individuals or individuals for a specific position or companies to conduct the final independent evaluation of a project titled “Eliminating child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile, and garment value chains: an integrated approach”, also referred to as the “CLEAR Cotton” project, funded by the EU and the ILO and implemented by the ILO, in collaboration with the FAO, from March 2018 to February 2023 with a total budget of 9 million euros.

    For further details about the evaluation, please see the attached Call for Expressions of Interest and Terms of Reference.

    The deadline to submit an expression of interest for undertaking the evaluation is November 18 2022, at 18h00 of Central European Time (CET). Please send an e-mail with the subject header “Final evaluation of CLEAR Cotton 2018-23” to the Evaluation Manager, Jean-Louis Lambeau (lambeau@ilo.org) copying Laura De Franchis (defranchis@ilo.org).

October 2022

  1. Second Regional Report on Jobs and Growth in North Africa (2018 – 2021): Developments through the COVID-19 Era

    24 October 2022

    This report examines the relationship between the pace and pattern of growth and labour market outcomes in North Africa. It provides an update to the first report published last year and focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  2. Providing Childcare for Workers Boosts their Productivity: Study Results

    17 October 2022

  3. A Business Case for Employer Supported Child Care in Egypt: Case Studies

    17 October 2022

    These case studies aim at collecting and documenting these experiences from different companies and identify elements of success, challenges, and approaches in dealing with this issue.

  4. Study Report Business Case for Employer Supported Child Care in Egypt: Childcare Models for Scaling up

    17 October 2022

    This study is the result of a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Social Solidarity, UNICEF and the ILO to provide an evidence- based business case for the provision of worker childcare services in the Egyptian private sector.

  5. August Newsletter 2022

    17 October 2022

    The August 2022 Newsletter captures interesting human interest / impact stories and project activities under Country Office- Lusaka, covering Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique.

  6. Final independent evaluation of the “Jobs and Private Sector Development Project” for Rural Egypt

    14 October 2022

    The Evaluation Office of the International Labour Organization (ILO/EVAL) is seeking expressions of interest from a team of qualified consultants to conduct an independent final evaluation of the above project. The prospective candidates can apply either individually (for each role) or as a team, including as a company.

    The duration of the assignment is estimated at a total of 39 working days for the team, being 20 working days for the team leader and 19 working days for the consultant based in Egypt.

    Prospective candidates should send their expression of interest by email to the Evaluation Manager Asfaw Kidanu (kidanu@ilo.org), copying Ricardo Furman (furman@ilo.org), with a subject header “Evaluation of Jobs and Private Sector Development Project in Egypt”.

    Deadline: 4 November 2022, at 18h00 of South Africa Standard Time (SAST).

  7. ILO social protection projects in Africa (Eswatini and Democratic Republic of Congo) - Final cluster evaluation

    13 October 2022

    The ILO is looking for an evaluator/evaluation team to conduct an independent cluster final evaluation of two ILO Social Protection projects (COD/20/01/RBS and SWZ/20/01/RB) in Africa (Eswatini and Democratic Republic of Congo) to take place between November 2022 and February 2023.

    For further details about the evaluation, please see the attached Terms of Reference.

    The deadline to submit expression of interest for undertaking the evaluation is 28 October 2022. Please send an e-mail with the subject header “Evaluation of Social protection projects” to the Evaluation Manager Edgar Aguilar (aguilarpaucar@ilo.org) and copying Ricardo Furman (furman@ilo.org)

  8. Improving China’s institutional capacity towards universal social protection - Final evaluation

    13 October 2022

    The ILO is seeking expressions of interest for a team of two evaluators (team leader (international), and team ember based in China) conduct a final independent evaluation of the ILO’s “Improving China’s institutional capacity towards universal social protection” funded by the EU.

    For further details about the evaluation, please see the attached Terms of Reference.

    The deadline to submit an expression of interest for undertaking the evaluation is Sunday 23 October 2022. Please send an e-mail with the subject header “Evaluation of the Improving China’s institutional capacity towards universal social protection” to the Evaluation Manager, Pranav Prashad, Prashad@ilo.org and copy to Ms. Pamornrat Pringsulaka, pamornrat@ilo.org