Publications

The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to Asia and the Pacific. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Knowledge Centre in Bangkok.

October 2008

  1. Thailand: Confronting exploitation

    29 October 2008

    How a trade union helps educate migrant workers to challenge abuse.

  2. Thailand: Calculating the risks

    29 October 2008

    How a database helps protect children and women.

  3. Thailand: A world of options

    29 October 2008

    How promoting tourism contributed toward prevention of human trafficking in five hill tribe villages.

  4. Lao PDR: Knowledge boosters

    29 October 2008

    An intense training of key advocates on effective awareness raising.

  5. Lao PDR: Institutional reinforcement

    29 October 2008

    How bolstering a government agency better protects children.

  6. Lao PDR: Banking as a solution

    29 October 2008

    How microfinance can help reduce the need for young people to migrate for employment and thus diminish their vulnerability to human traffickers.

  7. China: School as a tool

    29 October 2008

    How improving access to quality education also educates ethnic minority girls on the dangers of migration and trafficking.

  8. China: Planting seeds of security - how new agriculture skills protect children

    29 October 2008

    Highlights the proven practice implemented in China by the ILO Mekong Sub-regional Project to Combat Trafficking in Children and Women (TICW).

  9. China: Mainstreaming prevention

    29 October 2008

    How a work plan became a mainstreamed instrument to protect children and women.

  10. China: Educating employers

    29 October 2008

    How awareness leads to self-monitoring.

  11. China: A women’s refuge

    29 October 2008

    How an activity centre helps raise awareness on trafficking dangers, safe migration and legal rights.

  12. Cambodia: Taste of life

    29 October 2008

    How a soap opera brings trafficking awareness home.

  13. Cambodia: Destination intervention

    29 October 2008

    How protecting women in prostitution can lead them out of it and deter others from entering it.

  14. Cambodia: Booking the tourism sector for a seat in anti-trafficking efforts

    29 October 2008

    Illustrates how a strategic plan moves policy to action.

  15. Travel smart - Work smart: a ‘smart guide’ for migrant workers in Thailand (Second edition)

    29 October 2008

    Provides basic information about rights and how to safely migrate for work in Thailand.

  16. The Mekong challenge - An honest broker: improving cross-border recruitment practices for the benefit of Government, Workers and Employers

    29 October 2008

    Examines the laws and policies on migrant recruitment and to analyze the experiences of both formal and informal migrants.

  17. Meeting the challenge proven practices for human trafficking prevention in the Greater Mekong Sub-region

    29 October 2008

    Highlights the Meeting the Challenge series from the Mekong Sub-regional Project to Combat Trafficking in Women and Children.

  18. Employment challenge and strategies in India

    20 October 2008

    The present paper looks at the employment challenges faced by India within the framework of “ten core elements” identified by the Global Employment Agenda of the ILO. These elements relate to trade and investment, technological change, sustainable livelihoods, macro policy, entrepreneurship development, skills development, active labour market policies, social protection, conditions of work and poverty reduction.

  19. Labour and social trends in ASEAN 2008: Driving competitiveness and prosperity with decent work, key findings

    20 October 2008

    Key Findings of the report on the latest employment and social conditions in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

  20. Labour and social trends in ASEAN 2008: Driving competitiveness and prosperity with decent work

    20 October 2008

    The fourth issue of the Labour and Social Trends series once again focuses on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The report presents an update in major trends in employment and social conditions and looks ahead to 2015 with informed projections, likely scenarios and their policy implications.

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