ILO-Decent Work Research Prize

The ILO’s International Institute for Labour Studies has created a research prize to annually reward outstanding contributions to the advancement of knowledge on the ILO’s central goal of decent work for all.

Prize winners are selected by a five member jury consisting of eminent personalities with an international reputation and proven expertise in labour and social policy issues.

Under the rules of the ILO Decent Work Research Prize, individuals and institutions can nominate candidates but only individuals qualify as candidates. Each nominee must have the support of at least one organization from the ILO’s tripartite constituency (i.e. a government, a workers’ or an employers’ organization) and one leading academic in the area of labour and social policy. The letters of support should come from different regions of the world. The jury examines relevant publications of the candidates. Both the excellence of the work and its practical value for policy purposes are taken into account.
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