Tripartite Action for the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers in the ASEAN Region (ASEAN TRIANGLE project)
1 May 2012 - 31 March 2016
This Project focused on significantly reducing the exploitation of labour migrants in the region through increased legal and safe migration and improved labour protection. It is currently continued through TRIANGLE in ASEAN programme.
20 - 22 March 2012
The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs of Viet Nam, with the support of the ASEAN Secretariat, organized a tripartite ASEAN Seminar on Unemployment Insurance, Income Security Measures and Active Labour Market Policies.
ILO - Singapore partnership programme implemented on the cooperation programme on OSH in Brunei Darussalam
ILO and Singapore (Ministry of Manpower (MOM)) have identified Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) as a key area of cooperation, and recently jointly implemented in support to Brunei Darussalam in her development of a National OSH Profile through a triangular South-South cooperation arrangement.
Fourth Tripartite Regional Seminar on Industrial Relations in the ASEAN Region: "Setting Minimum Wage and Wage Guidelines: Role of Tripartite Partners and Impact on Industrial Relations"
29 February - 1 March 2012
This tripartite regional seminar, organized by the ILO with the support of the Ministry of Labour of Thailand and the ASEAN Secretariat, under the theme "Setting Minimum Wage and Wage Guidelines: Role of Tripartite Partners and Impact on Industrial Relations", aims to provide opportunities for ASEAN member states (tripartite) to discuss and share experiences on different mechanisms/processes in setting national minimum wage as well as wage guidelines; and role of tripartite partners in the context of good industrial relations practices. The seminar is funded by the ILO/Japan Multi-bilateral Programme through its ASEAN-ILO/Japan Industrial Relations for ASEAN Integration project.
Mrs Sachiko Yamamoto, ILO Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific and the Regional Partnerships, Resource Mobilization and UN Reform (RPAR) team visited Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam, along with the concerned senior specialists on workers and employers’ organizations. The purpose of the visit was to strengthen cooperation with both countries and to introduce the new ILO field structure.
This data set for 9 countries in the East and South East Asian region provides information on labour market and decent work indicators. It covers 11 thematic areas including employment opportunities, earnings, productivity, working children, equal opportunities, safety at work, social security and social dialogue. The available data relate to the period 1995 to 2008. Beginning with countries in East Asia the formats were then used to create statistical profiles for ASEAN countries for the ASEAN-ILO-ADBI Capacity-Building Workshop on Labour Market Information and Analysis in ASEAN (Brunei Darussalam, March 2-4 2010). Since then the profiles have been developed further with additional information in both quantitative and qualitative aspects of decent work. Based mainly on ILO sources such as LABORSTA and KILM, and the World Bank's and UNESCO's data, this dataset aims to be user-friendly and easily accessible to anyone interested in the promotion of decent work. In this first instance it was not possible to cover all countries in the region, but the dataset could be expanded to cover a larger number of countries in the future.
This data set for 9 countries in the East and South East Asian region provides information on labour market and decent work indicators.
15 - 16 December 2009
Programme - ILO/SKILLS-AP/Thailand Workshop on Public Private Partnerships to Enhance and Support Skills Development in ASEAN Countries
ILO/SKILLS-AP/Thailand Workshop on Public Private Partnerships to Enhance and Support Skills Development in ASEAN Countries
15 - 16 December 2009
Brunei Darussalam Government Minister meets ILO Director General at 98th International Labour Conference in Geneva
Upon his arrival at the annual International Labour Conference in Geneva, Mr Pehin Dato Adanan Yusof, Minister for Home Affairs of Brunei Darussalam meets the ILO’s Director General Mr Juan Somavia.