Open Access policy at the ILO: The International Labour Organization goes Open Access

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"The International Labour Organization (ILO) has implemented an Open Access policy that will make the use of all its knowledge products easier.

The launch of the ILO Open Access policy supports the fundamental ethic that results of publicly funded research or work should be made available to the public to use, with the goal of increasing accessibility, visibility and impact. As of 3 May 2023, all new ILO knowledge products will be freely available for use or reuse without needing to request permission – as long as ILO is cited as the source of material. The policy covers all materials published or made available by ILO ranging from reports and publications to videos and datasets."


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Date tagged:

05/03/2023, 09:38

Date published:

05/03/2023, 04:33