Thailand resources

January 2023

  1. Responsible business conduct in global supply chains in Asia

    Among the countries covered by the ILO-OECD Responsible Supply Chains in Asia (RSCA) programme in Asia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Philippines had a higher backward participation index than forward participation. On the other hand, Japan, China, and Myanmar had a higher forward participation index than backward participation.

  2. Responsible business conduct in Thailand agri-food sector

    It is estimated that about 2.6 billion people around the world rely on agriculture for their livelihoods. The share of the agriculture sector to global labour has steadily declined largely as a consequence of the advancement of agricultural technologies and the growth of other sectors. The percentage share of agriculture to global employment decreased from 43.70% in 1991 to 26.76% in 2019.

  3. Responsible business conduct in Thailand auto parts supply chains

    The automotive industry is comprised of motor vehicle assemblers, and manufacturers of components and parts. Given that a single car has more than 30,000 parts, auto parts manufacturing is the largest subsector of the automotive industry. Migrant workers constitute an important share of the workforce of the industry in many countries (ILO 2020).

December 2022

  1. © Hoa Tran / ILO 2023

    Protection of Indonesian migrant workers should be included in the upcoming national development plan

    The ILO’s Ship to Shore Rights South-East Asia Programme supports the two-day public dialogues to improve services and protection of Indonesian migrant workers. including Indonesian migrant fishers.

  2. Trends, characteristics and COVID-19 impact on youth not in employment, education or training (NEET) in Thailand

    This report focuses on the NEET population between the ages of 15 to 24 in Thailand. The report examines the NEET characteristics, identifies the socio-economic and demographic indicators associated with NEET and analyses the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the NEET status.

  3. TRIANGLE in ASEAN Newsletter

  4. Lessons learned: Building migrant women’s groups and networks

    The Lessons Learned outlined in this paper draw attention to reflections and good practices from the experiences of building of migrant women’s groups and networks in both countries of origin and destination.

  5. Agenda: International Migrants Day Conference 2022

    16 December 2022

    The Asian Research Centre for Migration, based in the Institute of Asian Studies in Chulalongkorn University in collaboration with the ILO, IOM and the Stockholm Environment Institute will host the annual conference to celebrate International Migrants Day on 16 December 2022

  6. ILO co-organizes a session on implementing the Sustainable Development Goals through the social and solidarity economy in Asia

    The ILO co-organized and participated in a session on implementing the Sustainable Development Goals through the social and solidarity economy (SSE) with UN ESCAP and Asian Solidarity Economy Council (ASEC). The session took place on December 14, 2022 as part of UN ESCAP’s Business Innovation for the SDGs Forum.

  7. International Migrants Day and Launch of Lessons learned: Building migrant women’s groups and networks

    18 December 2022

    ILO’s TRIANGLE in ASEAN programme is organizing an event for International Migrants Day with the theme “Towards stronger and resilient communities through effective protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers”.