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Localizing  the Decent Work Agenda through South-South and City-to-City Cooperation

Guidance and systemization of experiences , Available in Français Español

The ILO builds on the vision that local actors are important contributors to employment creation, social protection and the protection of fundamental principles and rights at work. In this view and in order to localize the Decent Work Agenda (DWA), the ILO signed a cooperation agreement with the World Organisation of United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) in 2012. Working together, the two organisations improve local actors’ capacities through South-South and City-to-City Cooperation and projects focusing on employment creation, local economic development and formalization of the informal sector.

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Local Economic Development and Gender: An Agenda for a more Equal and Inclusive Local Development Where No One Is Left Behind

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This document collects the potential of Local Economic Development (LED) as an appropriate model to promote gender equality within the Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region. These efforts are fram...

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Local Economic Recovery in Post-conflict: Guidelines

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This publication provides the conceptual framework, policy elements and operational means and references to support field practitioners in planning and implementing post-conflict employment promotion...

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Guidance and systemization of experiences

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