Decent Work in the Americas: An Agenda for the Hemisphere, 2006-15 : Report of the Director-General
International Labour Organization, 2006 - Business & Economics - 85 pages
Offers countries in the region a plan of action for 2006-15, with general and specific policy recommendations including a set of concrete targets that can be adapted to the particular situation in individual countries.
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Main challenges to decent work in the region
Objectives of a regional decent work strategy
Decent work country programmes 75
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achieve action agreements areas benefits Brazil Caribbean cent challenges child labour Chile collective bargaining country programmes coverage currently decent work country discrimination domestic workers DWCPs ECLAC economic growth effective application employers employment services ensure equality eradication established ethnic exports forced labour formal framework freedom of association fundamental rights gender global governments ILO Conventions implementation improve income increase indigenous inequality informal economy institutions integration International Labour investment labour market labour relations labour standards large number Latin America legislation linked measures mechanisms ment mesoeconomic migrant workers Millennium Development Goals million Ministry of Labour MSEs organizations participation particular percentage Peru population poverty principles and rights priority problems promote proposed public policies regard region role rural Santiago de Chile sectors small enterprises social dialogue social partners social protection social security specific strategies strengthen target tion trade unions vocational training women