Technical cooperation projects
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Technical cooperation projects

2007

  1. Combating forced labour and discrimination in Africa

    17 May 2007

    Niger, one of the world’s most poverty-stricken nations, is one of a few African countries to have recognised a forced labour problem linked in large part to discrimination against people of slave descent.

  2. Capacity Building, Information and Awareness Raising towards Promoting Orderly Migration in the Western Balkans

    11 May 2007

    The project seeks to contribute to existing efforts towards promoting orderly migration within and from the Western Balkans

  3. Combating Forced Labour in Brazil

    11 May 2007

    In spite of recent progress, forced labour in Brazil remains a serious problem to be given top priority. The Project has produced indicators of relative success, which have been further enhanced by the new Government's recent launch of the National Plan to Abolish Forced Labour aimed at amplifying partners, engaging important stakeholders, and defining responsibilities.

  4. Combating Forced Labour and Trafficking of Indonesian Migrant Workers

    11 May 2007

    This project aims to protect migrant domestic workers from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore & Hong Kong

  5. Development of a comprehensive anti-trafficking response in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia

    11 May 2007

    The project seeks to contribute to the progressive reduction of trafficking in human beings in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia through capacity building and empowerment of actual and potential victims.

  6. Capacity building for migration management in China

    11 May 2007

    The ‘Capacity Building for Migration Management in China’ Project is co-implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) in close partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, and the Ministry of Public Security of the People's Republic of China. This project is principally financed by the European Commission, with co-funding from the Italian Ministry of Interior and the United Kingdom Border Agency. The project seeks to promote cooperation between China and the EU in field of migration through the exchange of expertise, information and personnel. The components of the project include raising awareness of the risks associated with irregular migration.

2006

  1. Core support for SAP-FL - Netherlands

    01 January 2006

    Provides core support to the Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour

  2. Core support for SAP-FL - Ireland

    01 January 2006

    Provides core support to the Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour

  3. Building a Global Alliance against Forced Labour and Human Trafficking

    01 January 2006

    Provides core support to the Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour

2003

  1. Promoting and realizing fundamental principles and rights at work in the Indonesian national police

    01 August 2003

    Enhance the understanding and institutional capacity of the Indonesian National Police (POLRI) in the implementation of the fundamental principles and rights at work and its role to maintain law and order on the occasion of a labour dispute. Ensure that the Police role will contribute to the creation of sound, harmonious, and fully functioning industrial relations system in Indonesia.

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