BRICS

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BRICS

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Behrendt, C.; Nguyen, Q. 2018. Innovative approaches for ensuring universal social protection for the future of work (ILO Future of Work Research Paper Series 1). Geneva: International Labour Office.

BRICS Summit, 17 November 2020. Documents.

Global Commission for the Future of Work. 2019. Work for a brighter future. Geneva: International Labour Office.

ILO (n.d.) World Social Protection Data Dashboards. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2016. Non-standard forms of employment: understanding challenges, shaping prospects. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2017. Building social protection systems: International standards and human rights instruments. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2017. Universal and sustainable social security systems (Background Paper prepared for the 2017 BRICS Labour and Employment Ministers’ Meeting, 26-27 July 2017, Chongqing, China). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2017. World Social Protection Report 2017-19: Universal social protection to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Geneva: International Labour Office.

ILO. 2018. Innovative approaches for ensuring universal social protection for the future of work (Issue Brief Prepared for the 2nd Meeting of the Global Commission on the Future of Work 12). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO, 2018. Women and men in the informal economy: a statistical picture. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2019. A quantum leap for gender equality: For a better future of work for all. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2019. Extending Social Security Coverage to Workers in the Informal Economy: Lessons from International Experience – Policy Resource Package. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2019. Promoting decent employment for a sustainable social security system (Short Paper Prepared for the 1st EWG under the 2019 Brazilian Presidency of the BRICS). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2019. Universal social protection for human dignity, sustainable development and social justice: General Survey concerning the Social Protection Floors Recommendation, 2012 (No. 202). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2019. Universal social protection: Key concepts and international framework. (Social Protection for All Issue Brief). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2020. COVID-19 and the world of work. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2020. Poverty alleviation through social and economic transformation (Paper prepared for the Employment Working Group under the 2020 Russian presidency of the BRICS). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2020. Social Protection Response to COVID-19. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2021. Building the future of social protection for a human-centred world of work (Conference paper, International Labour Conference, 109th Session, Geneva, April). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2021. Extending social protection to migrant workers, refugees and their families: A guide for policymakers and practitioners. Geneva, International Labour Office. 

ILO. 2021. Extending social security to workers in the informal economy: Lessons from international experience. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2021. Extending social security to workers in the informal economy: Lessons from international experience (Policy resource package). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2021. World Social Protection Report 2020-22: Social protection at the crossroads in pursuit of a better future. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2022. Making decent work a reality for domestic workers: Progress and prospects ten years after the adoption of the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2022. Protecting workers in new forms of employment (Paper prepared for the BRICS Employment Working Group Meeting under China’s presidency). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO; FAO. 2021. Extending social protection to rural populations: Perspectives for a common FAO and ILO approach. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO; ISSA. 2018. Moving towards a universal and sustainable social security system in the BRICS. Geneva, International Labour Office and International Social Security Association. 

ILO; ISSA. 2020. Social protection for migrant workers: A necessary response to the Covid-19 crisis.Geneva, International Labour Office and International Social Security Association.

ILO and UNICEF. 2019. Towards universal social protection for children: Achieving SDG 1.3. Geneva and New York, International Labour Office and United Nations Children's Fund.

ISSA. 2020. Coronavirus – Social Security Responses.

SPIAC-B. 2019. Social protection to promote gender equality and women’s and girls’ empowerment: Joint statement to the 63rd session of the Commission on the Status of Women. New York, Social Protection Inter-agency Cooperation Board.

SPIAC-B. 2020. A joint statement on the role of social protection in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. New York, Social Protection Inter-agency Cooperation Board.

Further information: ILO contributions to the BRICS

Background papers for G20

ILO. 2017. Strengthening social protection for the future of work (Paper presented at the 2nd Meeting of the G20 Employment Working Group, Hamburg, 17-19 February 2017). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2018. Financing social protection for the future of work: Fiscal aspects and policy options. Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO. 2021. Digital platforms and the world of work in G20 countries: Status and policy action (Report prepared for the Employment Working Group under Italian G20 Presidency). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO; ISSA; OECD. 2021. Linking income support measures to active labour market policies (Paper prepared for the 2nd Employment Working Group Meeting under the 2021 Italian Presidency of the G20). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO; ISSA; OECD. 2021. Beyond COVID-19: Towards more inclusive and resilient social protection systems (Paper prepared for the 1st Employment Working Group Meeting under the 2021 Italian Presidency of the G20). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO; ISSA; OECD. 2023. Providing adequate and sustainable social protection for workers in the gig and platform economy (Technical Paper prepared for the 1st Meeting of the Employment Working Group under the Indian Presidency). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO; ISSA; OECD. 2023. Sustainable financing of social protection (Technical Paper prepared for the 1st Meeting of the Employment Working Group under the Indian Presidency). Geneva, International Labour Office.

ILO; OECD. 2018. Promoting adequate social protection and social security coverage for all workers, including those in non-standard forms of employment (Paper prepared for the G20 EWG Meeting, Buenos Aires, 20-21 February 2018). Geneva and Paris, International Labour Office and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
 
ILO; OECD. 2020. Ensuring better social protection for self-employed workers (Paper prepared for the G20 Virtual EWG Meeting, Riyadh, 8 April 2020). Geneva and Paris, International Labour Office and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
 
ILO; OECD. 2020. Policy principles and options for ensuring better social protection for self-employed workers (Prepared for the 2nd Employment Working Group Meeting under the 2020 Saudi Arabian Presidency of the G20). Geneva and Paris, International Labour Organisation and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

ILO; OECD. 2020. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on jobs and incomes in G20 economies. Geneva and Paris, International Labour Office and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
 
ILO; OECD; World Bank. 2021. Financing social protection through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond (Report produced for the G20 Development Working Group). Geneva, Paris and New York, DC, International Labour Office, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and World Bank.

G20 declarations

G20. 2017. Towards an Inclusive Future: Shaping the World of Work (Ministerial Declaration, G20 Labour and Employment Ministers Meeting, Bad Neuenahr, 18-19 May). Toronto, University of Toronto.

G20. 2018. Fostering opportunities for an inclusive, fair and sustainable future of work (Ministerial Declaration, G20 Labour and Employment Ministers Meeting, Mendoza, 6-7 September). Toronto, University of Toronto.

G20. 2019. Shaping a human-centered future of work (Ministerial Declaration, G20 Labour and Employment Ministers’ Meeting, Matsuyama, 2 September). Toronto, University of Toronto.

G20. 2020. Extraordinary G20 Leaders’ Summit statement on COVID-19 (26 March). Geneva, International Labour Office.

G20. 2020. G20 Labour and Employment Ministers Ministerial Declaration (10 September). Toronto, University of Toronto.

G20. 2021. Fostering an inclusive, sustainable, and resilient recovery of labour markets and societies (G20 Labour and Employment Ministerial Declaration, Catania, 23 June). Toronto, University of Toronto.

G20. 2022. G20 policy principles on adapting labour protection for more effective protection and increased resilience for all workers (Conference paper, G20 Labour and Employment Ministers’ Meeting 2019, Bali, 13-14 September). Toronto, University of Toronto.

Further information: The ILO and the G20

International labour standards on social security

Social Security (Minimum Standards) Convention, 1952 (No. 102)

Social Protection Floors Recommendation, 2012 (No. 202)

Transition from the Informal to the Formal Economy Recommendation, 2015 (No. 204).

Further international labour standards

Web platforms

Global Partnership for Universal Social Protection

Joint UN Social Protection and Human Rights

Social Protection Platform