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MODULE 9: Tools and Resources
Toolkit for mainstreaming employment and decent work
Author
International Labour Offce (ILO) and UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
Year
2007
Topic Stakeholder engagement, Social
Type
Tool
Geographical Coverage Global
Target audience/ users
Project developers, staff in governments, fnancing agencies, civil
society and the corporate sector
This free toolkit is designed to be a “lens” that agencies can look through to see how their policies,
strategies, programmes and activities are interlinked with employment and decent work outcomes
and how they can enhance these outcomes by taking full account of the implications of their
policies, strategies, programmes and activities for employment and decent work during the design
stage and while advising and assisting countries and constituents with regard to their adoption and
implementation.
Publisher
ILO and FAO
Link
http://www.fao-ilo.org/fleadmin/user_upload/fao_ilo/pdf/MainstreamingDEtoolkit.pdf
Guidelines for Self Assessment
Author
International Labour Offce (ILO) and UN Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN
(FAO)
Year
2007
Topic Stakeholder engagement, Social
Type Guidelines Geographical Coverage Global
Target audience/ users
Primarily corporate sector managers, and also staff in governments, and
civil society
Free guidelines which are intended to help ensure that each organization will be able to determine
how it could better deliver the outcomes under its own mandate by integrating employment and
decent work outcomes and to use the results of its self assessment to develop its own action plan.
They are a complement to the .Toolkit for mainstreaming employment and decent work presented
above
Publisher
ILO and FAO
Link
http://www.fao-ilo.org/fleadmin/user_upload/fao_ilo/pdf/Guidelines-for-Self-Assess-
ment-Toolkit1.pdf
Participatory Land Delimitation: an innovative method for securing rights acquired through customary and other forms of
occupation
Author UN Food and Agriculture Organization
Year
2009
Topic
Land, Social
Type Guidelines Geographical Coverage Global
Target audience/ users Land Tenure Specialists; non-experts
Drawing on practical experience in Mozambique, these guidelines start by presenting the rationale
for participatory land delineation. It then describes each step of the methodology to be applied,
including practical aspects. Finally it discusses the implications of participatory land delineation.
Publisher FAO, Land Tenure and Management Unit (NRLA)
Link
ftp://ftp.fao.org/docrep/fao/012/ak546e/ak546e00.pdf