Labour migration resources
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  1. Photo exhibition highlights the positive aspects of migrant workers' lives in Thailand

    24 July 2012

    The Thai Ministry of Labour and the United Nations have launched a photo exhibition highlighting the positive aspects of migrant workers’ lives in Thailand. “A Positive Image” exhibition, aims to draw attention to the often positive experiences that many migrant workers have in Thailand and to promote a positive image of migrants in line with their contribution to the Thai economy and society. The exhibition is being held at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre from 24 to 29 July 2012.

  2. Making labour migration safer for Laotian workers

    16 July 2012

    The ILO and Government of Lao PDR are working together to make cross-border labour migration a safer prospect for Laotians wishing to work abroad. Supported by AusAID, the Australian Aid Agency, the ILO's TRIANGLE project and the Laotian government are bringing together job seekers and officially endorsed recruitment agencies to ensure that cross-border migration is safe, legal and profitable for migrants. Allan Dow from the ILO's Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific reports.

  3. Message at the First Project Advisory Committee meeting: ILO Decent Work Across Borders Project

    06 July 2012

    By Mr Loreto B Soriano, President/CEO LBS Recruitment Solution Corporation at the First Project Advisory Committee meeting: ILO Decent Work Across Borders Project, Bayleaf Hotel Manila, Philippines, 6 July 2012

  4. Message at the First Project Advisory Committee meeting: ILO Decent Work Across Borders Project

    06 July 2012

    By Ms Catherine Vaillancourt-Laflamme, Chief Technical Adviser ILO at the First Project Advisory Committee meeting: ILO Decent Work Across Borders Project, Bayleaf Hotel Manila, Philippines, 6 July 2012.

  5. Message at the First Project Advisory Committee meeting: ILO Decent Work Across Borders Project

    06 July 2012

    By Mr Hans Leo J Cacdac POEA Administrator at the First Project Advisory Committee meeting: ILO Decent Work Across Borders Project, Bayleaf Hotel Manila, Philippines, 6 July 2012.

  6. Message at the First Project Advisory Committee meeting: ILO Decent Work Across Borders Project

    06 July 2012

    By Ms Camilla Hagstrom, Deputy Head of Development Cooperation Delegation of the European Union to the Philippines at the First Project Advisory Committee meeting: ILO Decent Work Across Borders Project, Bayleaf Hotel Manila, Philippines, 6 July 2012.

  7. Project Steering Committee Meeting of the “Promoting Decent Work through Improved Migration Policy and its Application in Bangladesh Project

    05 July 2012

    The 1st Project Steering Committee (PSC) meeting of the project titled “Promoting Decent Work through Improved Migration Policy and its Application in Bangladesh” was held under the chairpersonship of Dr. Zafar Ahmed Khan, Secretary, MEWOE on Thursday the 5th of July 2012 at the Conference Room of the MEWOE. The PSC comprises of 18 representatives from the tripartite constituents – Government, Trade Unions, Employers Associations – and other important actors in the area of labour migration, including, the Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC), who is a donor to this project, migrant workers associations, migration research institutions and other civil society actors.

  8. Labour Governance & Migration

    30 June 2012

    This multi-country technical cooperation project has two main components: strengthening labour market governance and improving the development impact of labour migration.

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