World Employment Programme (WEP)
Programme mondial de l'emploi
Programa Mundial del Empleo
1969, within the framework of International Labour Organization (ILO). Ceased to exist.
Address the unemployment crisis in the Third World, with special attention to longer-term development projects of rural areas and to the rapidly-growing urban informal sector; draw attention to the gravity of the crisis and the need for joint action particularly between developed and developing countries; assist ILO member states in design and implementation of national employment policies and programmes and in reshaping plans to increase productive employment and reduce poverty.Available with paid subscription only.
Action-oriented research; technical advisory services; national projects. Dialogues on social dimensions of adjustment and equity in structural adjustment programmes. Areas include: forward-looking employment and development strategies; sustainable transition process; employment and poverty monitoring; direct employment creation and income generation for vulnerable groups, including women and migrant workers; labour market problems; policies and institutions; challenge of new technologies.
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