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한-ILO 협력사업 추진실태 점검 및 향후 발전방안(Investigation of Korea/ILO partnership program status and ways for further development)

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  • 김철희; 황규희; 김상태
  • 고용노동부


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Title 한-ILO 협력사업 추진실태 점검 및 향후 발전방안(Investigation of Korea/ILO partnership program status and ways for further development)
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Author(Korean)

김철희; 황규희; 김상태

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[세종] : 고용노동부

Date 2012-12
Pages 219
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Conditions
Social Development < Employment
Official Aid < Development Assistance
Holding 고용노동부
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Abstract

□ Following the signing of an MOU regarding collaboration between Korea and the ILO in 2003, the Korean government has annually provided funds to labor areas such as job training, social protection, and labor-management relations.
○ Through Korea’s partnership, project expansion and funding has increased; the Korea/ILO partnership program has been assessed as contributing significantly to the socio-economic advancement of developing countries in the Asia Pacific region.
□ This study aims to present methods for enhancing ODA project effectiveness in labor and employment through the ILO by reviewing the status of the Korea/ILO partnership program.
○ Implementation Status diagnosis and analysis of collaborative projects with international organizations, and ways of further progress were presented.
-In the ODA sector, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), and Results Based Management (RBM) are increasingly important. Major projects related to the “Decent Work Agenda,” were submitted by ILO Secretary-General Somavia to the 87th session of International labor Conference in 1999. The agenda seeks “productive labor ensuring freedom, equity, safety, and human dignity,” through six elements and four strategic goals and Decent Work Country Program (DWCP).