ILO in Asia and the Pacific

  • How an ILO Protocol has helped combat forced labour in Thai fishing

    Since Thailand ratified the International Labour Organization’s 2014 Protocol to the Forced Labour Convention (P29), conditions for workers in the country’s seafood and fishing industry have improved. The ILO’s Ship to Shore Rights project has supported the Thai government in implementing the changes.

ILO's research and publications

  1. ilo.org/futureasia

    Preparing for the future of work: National policy responses in ASEAN +6

    Spurred by technological advancements, demographic shifts and environmental and climate disruptions, fast-paced transformations are affecting how, where and when people work, impacting our labour markets and shaping the future of work. Preparing for the future of work: National policy responses in ASEAN +6 provides an overview of how countries in the Asia-Pacific region are reacting to such changes with new or adapted strategies and policies.

  2. Global Commission on the Future of Work

    Work for a brighter future

    This landmark report by the ILO Global Commission on the Future of Work examines how to achieve a better future of work for all at a time of unprecedented change and exceptional challenges in the world of work.