Resources on Emergency Employment

  1. Employment Matters Too Much To Society To Leave To Markets Alone The Role Of Public Employment Programmes As Part Of A Social Contract For The Future Of Work, presented by Kate Philip

    22 October 2021

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

  2. Employing the unemployed of Marienthal: Evaluation of a guaranteed job program, presented by Lukas Lehner

    22 October 2021

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

  3. Impacts of (improving) employment guarantee schemes on the broader economy, presented by Paul Niehaus

    22 October 2021

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

  4. Territoires Zéro Chômage Longue Durée (TZCLD), (Territories with Zero long-term Unemployment), presented by Victoria Bazurto

    22 October 2021

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

  5. The Psychosocial Value of Employment, presented by Reshmaan Hussam

    22 October 2021

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

  6. Nature-based Recovery can create jobs, deliver growth and provide value for nature, presented by Leander Raes

    21 October 2021

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

  7. Public Employment Programmes in the Care Economy - The Case of South Africa, presented by Lerato Shai

    21 October 2021

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

  8. 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?

  9. 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 an it is hoped that lessons that have been handed down will be useful in informing future policy-making and programme design.

  10. ILO, Japan join hands with indigenous peoples for decent work and safe water

    19 October 2021

    Indigenous peoples consider the new water system as a blessing. Built under the ILO Japan Water and Sanitation Project, the water system provides access to safe and clean water, and promotes peace and decent work in Renti, Upi, Maguindanao.