Tell us about yourselves and what you do My name is Baptiste Monnet and I grew up in Châteauneuf-Conthey. This town is located near Sion in the canton of Valais in Switzerland. My birthplace is in Thailand in Ang Thong, also known as “the land of smiles”. To tell you the truth, I don’t know
Volunteering helps to make the world a better place. It is a vital part of what makes the world go round, though it is often overlooked. Commonly, when a person imagines volunteering, they picture a group of adults helping out others. However, that isn’t the whole picture. It is common for Boy and Girl Scout
Build trusted relationships: I believe that relationships come first, and business comes second. In other countries you can have a successful product, but in order to achieve your goals here, it is equally, if not more important, to build trusted relationships. Is the American Dream still alive? If you speak to many of the immigrants
This publication has been prepared by the interagency technical vocational education and training (TVET) group on skill mismatch in digitised labour markets, to support experts and policy-makers who wish to engage in discussion on the potential of web-based big data for skills policy.
A new ILO report, the “Global Employment Policy Review: Employment Policies for Inclusive Structural Transformation” examines current and persistent challenges in the labour market and provides a blueprint for forging new and innovative solutions to policy design and implementation, both during the current crisis and beyond.
To share news and information on ERA-AF project activities which are funded by the European Union (EU) and being implemented by the ILO as a component of the Partnership Support for Agro-Forestry (PSAF) Ai ba Futuru.
EmpIA is a process to assess the employment potential and impacts of sectoral policies and investments. While it is possible to conduct EmpIAs in a variety of sectors, this note focuses on the EIIP's EmpIAs on investments in infrastructure, in construction and related sectors.
The EIIP supports direct short-term employment creation (emergency employment) that provides immediate short-term cash income opportunities to vulnerable people or communities. Emergency employment schemes emphasize productivity, impact and decent working conditions. This note explains its policy framework and approach with concrete examples.