Brunei Darussalam resources

April 2016

  1. Programme of the financial education course for ASEAN migrants in Thailand

    Programme of the financial education course for ASEAN migrants in Thailand, 25-28 April and 14-15 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand.

  2. Agenda of the ASEAN Regional Employers Workshop: Managing Labour Mobility for Inclusion, Innovation and Business Competitiveness

    Agenda of the ASEAN Regional Employers Workshop: Managing Labour Mobility for Inclusion, Innovation and Business Competitiveness, 9-10 May 2016, Siem Reap, Cambodia

  3. Concept Note of the ASEAN Regional Employers Workshop: Managing Labour Mobility for Inclusion, Innovation and Business Competitiveness

    Concept Note of the ASEAN Regional Employers Workshop: Managing Labour Mobility for Inclusion, Innovation and Business Competitiveness, 9-10 May 2016, Siem Reap, Cambodia

  4. Conclusions and Recommendations of the First Capacity Building Workshop on Strengthening the Role of ASEAN Labour Attachés in Singapore

    Conclusions and Recommendations of the First Capacity Building Workshop on Strengthening the Role of ASEAN Labour Attachés in Singapore, 26 April 2016, Singapore

  5. Meeting Report of the First Capacity Building Workshop on Strengthening the Role of ASEAN Labour Attachés in Singapore

    Meeting Report of the First Capacity Building Workshop on Strengthening the Role of ASEAN Labour Attachés in Singapore, 26 April 2016, Singapore

  6. Regional Skills Technical Working Group (RSTWG) Meeting

    3 - 4 May 2016

    The ILO Regional Skills Programme is organising the Regional Skills Technical Working Group (RSTWG) meeting on 3-4 May 2016 in Bangkok. The meeting will bring together Regional Skills Technical Working Group members who are the Skills Focal Points designated by the ASEAN Member States (AMS). It will discuss the progress and implementation of Action Plans on the mutual recognition of skills (MRS), share knowledge and updates on the skills programme and labour migration in the ASEAN countries; and plan strategically on the way forward.

  7. ASEAN Regional Employers' Workshop: Managing Labour Mobility for Inclusion, Innovation, and Business Competitiveness

    9 - 10 May 2016

    Under the ASEAN Triangle Project funded by the Government of Canada, ILO has been engaging employers' organizations in labour migration processes in ASEAN. This is the last of the five series of regional workshops planned on labour mobility , focusing on managing diversity and inclusion at workplace.

March 2016

  1. Video link: The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project: Making a Difference for Migrant Workers

    The ASEAN TRIANGLE project, with support of the Government of Canada, has made a significant and tangible impact on the governance of labour migration in the region and advanced the ASEAN regional integration agenda. The ultimate beneficiaries, the migrant workers themselves, make an enormous development contribution to the region. All stakeholders will benefit from protecting and promoting their rights. This video documents the key achievements of the ASEAN TRIANGLE Project from 2012-16. The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) aims to significantly reduce the exploitation of labour migrants in the region through increased legal and safe migration and improved labour protection. The project promotes both bilateral and regional approaches to deal with shared concerns, make regionalism more effective, and enhance the capacity of institutions in ASEAN.

  2. First Joint Meeting of the ASEAN Confederation of Employers and the ASEAN Trade Union Council

    8 - 9 March 2016

    Both ACE and ATUC have acknowledged the value of holding this joint meeting between ATUC and ACE to address emerging issues, build trust and put forward common positions to the ASEAN Committee on the Implementation of the Declaration on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers (ACMW) and Senior Labour Officials Meeting (SLOM).

February 2016

  1. Protection of migrant workers in the recruitment and third party employment process: International standards and guiding principles given by the Private Employment Agencies Convention, 1997 (No. 181) and Private Employment Agencies Recommendation, 1997 (No. 188)

    5 February 2016

    This publication discusses the issue of protection of migrant workers in the employment process, in particular the international standards and guiding principles given by the Private Employment Agencies Convention, 1997 (No. 181) and Private Employment Agencies Recommendation, 1997 (No. 188).