Labour migration resources

  1. Tripartite consultation workshop to prepare India’s report on standards related to migrant workers (General Assembly Question 2016)

    In collaboration with the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India, a tripartite consultation is being held, to incorporate constituents inputs to the India report on Unratified Conventions related to Migrant workers.

  2. UN Women-ILO project: ‘Preventing the exploitation of women migrant workers in ASEAN’

    06 March 2015

    A UN Women and ILO collaboration to enhance the benefits of labour migration in the ASEAN region through improved protection of women migrant workers

  3. Zamboanga internally displaced people (IDPs) recovery, rehabilitation and development plan for livelihood and food security cluster workshop on coordination and decent work principles and standards

    International Labour Organization (ILO) and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of United Nations initiated a one-day workshop for the food security and livelihood cluster in Zamboanga City last 3 March 2015.

  4. In their own voices

    02 March 2015

    An ILO-produced film documents the opportunities and obstacles on the path taken by migrant health-care workers from the Philippines.

  5. Safe migration knowledge, attitudes and practices in Myanmar

    02 March 2015

    This report provides an analysis of safe migration knowledge, attitudes and practices among potential migrants in Myanmar and identifies key areas of work to increase the protection of their rights.

  6. Newsletter of the ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP), Issue 4, February 2015

    28 February 2015

    Welcome to the 4th issue of ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP)’s newsletter. In this issue, you will find ‘New year’s message from the Senior Programme Officer’; ‘Featured Stories: The Regional Conference on the Labour Dimensions of Trafficking in the ASEAN Region; International Labour Migration Statistics Database’; ‘Featured Video: Toward the Implementation of Mutual Recognition of Skills in ASEAN Countries’; as well as updates on events and ATP publications.

  7. Be informed! Your ticket to decent work and safe migration

    27 February 2015

    These tools are designed to ease migrants’ transition into the country of destination, empower them to maximize the benefits of their overseas employment and ensure, in due course, a positive return to the country.

  8. Business response to preventing forced labour of migrant workers, Employers' Regional Workshop – ASEAN Triangle Project

    Business and its representatives are key stakeholders in the migration process and Forced labour has been identified by the ASEAN Confederation of Employers (ACE) as a key priority as the region moves to economic integration in 2015. A 1.5 days regional technical meeting organized by ACT/EMP in partnership with Better Work Vietnam, and the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) under the framework of the ASEAN TRIANGLE project will bring together all ten members of ACE, as well as regional experts and practitioners with a focus on forced labour and human trafficking issues. The meeting will provide technical presentations on key aspects of forced labour along with practical information and experiences from firms on tackling forced labour in company operations. ”

  9. National Meetings of Labour Migration Data Focal Points; Lao PDR, Cambodia and Indonesia

    National level meetings are held in three countries as the following schedule to assist their contribution to the International Labour Migration Statistics (ILMS) third phase, which will commence in July 2015. 1. Lao PDR on 18th February 2015 2. Cambodia on 27th February 2015 3. Indonesia on 02nd March 2015

  10. Second Regional Meeting on the Protection of Migrant Fishers: ASEAN Review of ‘Guidelines on Flag State Inspection of Working and Living Conditions on Board Fishing Vessels

    A second regional meeting on work in fishing, focusing on the protection of migrant fishers, is convened in 2015 to further discuss more detailed cooperation; to present the international standards and instruments on work in fishing, share national policy and legislative developments, and procedures related to flag State and port State controls; and to provide inputs from the region to the development of the draft Guidelines on Flag State Inspection of Working and Living Conditions on Board Fishing Vessels on implementation of Convention 188.