Labour migration resources

  1. Travel Smart - Work Smart: A guide for Indian migrant workers in Kuwait

    22 May 2015

    The Travel Smart – Work Smart: A guide for Indian migrant workers in Kuwait provides information to low- and semi skilled migrant workers helping them to feel more secure, work safely and profitably, and avoid exploitation and abuse when working in Kuwait.

  2. GMS TRIANGLE Project fact sheet

    21 May 2015

    The Tripartite Action to Protect Migrants Workers from Labour Exploitation (the GMS TRIANGLE project) aims to strengthen the formulation and implementation of recruitment and labour protection policies and practices in the Greater Mekong Sub-region, to ensure safer migration resulting in decent work. The project is operational in five countries: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Thailand and Viet Nam and will expand activities into Myanmar in 2013. In each country, tripartite constituents government, workers‘ and employers’ organizations) are engaged in each of the GMS TRIANGLE project objectives.

  3. Mid-Term Evaluation of Promoting the Effective Governance of Labour Migration from South Asia through Actions on Labour Market Information, Protection during Recruitment and Employment, Skills and Development Impact (SALM)

    13 May 2015

    The purpose of the mid-term evaluation is to draw lessons from the implementation of the project with a view to assessing whether the project goals and objectives are still relevant. Based on this, the evaluation will assess to what extent the project is on track to reach its objectives and targets and provide recommendations for improvements. McGregor, Elaine, Maastricht University; Marchand, Katrin Maastricht University

  4. 9th Subregional Advisory Committee Meeting

    The SURAC (Sub-regional Advisory Committee) meeting has served as an ILO platform for tripartite constituents to share information, experiences and provide guidance on anti-trafficking and migration management for ten years.

  5. Opening Address at the Training of Trainers on Entrepreneurship GET Ahead for Officials of National Agency for the Protection and Placement of Indonesian Migrant Workers

    11 May 2015

    By Michiko Miyamoto, Officer-in-Charge of ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste at the Training of Trainers on Entrepreneurship GET Ahead for Officials of National Agency for the Protection and Placement of Indonesian Migrant Workers, 24 August 2015

  6. Return and reintegration to the Philippines: An information guide for migrant Filipino health workers

    11 May 2015

    Return and reintegration in this booklet shall refer to the process of going back to one’s country of origin (in this case the Philippines), including preparation and implementation. Return may be voluntary or enforced.

  7. Philippine pre-decision booklet on labour migration for health workers

    11 May 2015

    The Philippines is known as a major source country of migrant labour in the world. More than 10 million Filipinos are living or working in different parts of the world. Labour migration from the Philippines has grown constantly for the past three decades.

  8. Indian pre-decision booklet

    11 May 2015

    This booklet focuses on information needed by workers prior to making a decision to migrate for work overseas. Some aspiring migrants have opted to abandon plans to move to another country after receiving information on actual living and employment conditions abroad.

  9. Working in Norway pre-departure information for Filipino and Indian migrant health workers bound for Norway

    11 May 2015

    The migration information materials seek to address information needs of migrant health workers at all the stages of migration -- from pre-decision to return and reintegration.

  10. Working in Denmark pre-departure information for Filipino and Indian migrant health workers bound for Denmark

    11 May 2015

    This pre-departure booklet is part of a series of migration information materials developed for Indian and Filipino health workers under the ILO’s Decent Work Across Borders (DWAB) project. The project seeks to facilitate an approach to migration that benefits the migrant workers, the source and destination countries within a rights based framework for labour migration management.