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New from the International Labour Organization, the Decent Work Pilot Programme was mandated in October 2000 "to develop and test methods to design effective country programmes and policies to promote decent work." Decent work is defined as the ability to "to secure work to sustain themselves and their families in conditions of freedom, equity, security and human dignity," however the ILO allows each country to define what these elements mean in terms of its own relative conditions. The site highlights a small collection of documents from the three initial countries: Denmark, Panama, and the Philippines as well as the Decent Work Pilot Programme's initiatives. Both the Pilot Programme and the Website are quite new, so information tends to be a little scant. In time, however, the Decent Work Pilot Programme promises to add new resources as they are published.
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