Publications on labour migration

May 2019

  1. 9-10 May 2019, International Labour Organization, Geneva

    Conference Programme

    09 May 2019

    The 2019 CEPR/IGC/ILO/GSEM Conference on Labour Markets in Developing Countries will be held in Geneva from 9-10 May 2019 at the headquarters of the ILO. The Conference is jointly organised by CEPR, IGC, ILO and the Institute of Economics and Econometrics at the GSEM-University of Geneva.

  2. 9-10 May 2019, International Labour Organization, Geneva

    First ILO-CEPR-IGC-UNIGE Conference on Labour Markets and Developing Countries - Keynote Speakers

    09 May 2019

    The conference features two keynote talks by Professor Michael Greenstone (University of Chicago and CEPR) and Professor Robert Townsend (MIT and CEPR).

April 2019

  1. Publication

    Training materials on fair recruitment

    06 April 2019

    In cooperation with ITC-ILO REFRAME has produced a comprehensive modular training manual on fair recruitment to support its constituents to design, support and implement fair recruitment practices.

  2. Meeting document

    Concept Note of Second Joint Dialogue between the ASEAN Trade Union Council and the ASEAN Confederation of Employers

    04 April 2019

    Concept Note of the Second Joint Dialogue between the ASEAN Trade Union Council and the ASEAN Confederation of Employers

  3. Labour migration

    Building partnerships for effectively managing labor migration: Lessons from Asian countries

    02 April 2019

    This publication analyzes labor migration trends and policies in Asia and emphasizes the importance of partnerships to promote effective labor migration management.

March 2019

  1. Meeting document

    Final report - Tripartite Meeting of Experts on Defining Recruitment Fees and Related Costs

    11 March 2019

  2. EIIP Policy Brief

    Lebanon: Public works for women’s empowerment, refugee livelihood promotion and host community development

    06 March 2019

  3. EIIP Policy Brief

    Jordan: Advancing gender equality and supporting job creation among refugees and host communities through public works

    06 March 2019

  4. Report

    The Social Construction of Migrant Care Work At the intersection of care, migration and gender

    04 March 2019

    This publication examines the implications of migration in the care economy and its effects on women’s economic empowerment and gender equality. It focuses on the working conditions of women and men migrants performing care work in destination countries; how migration in the care economy affects gender equality at work; and areas for policy action. The paper highlights the need for effective and coordinated policies to help improve the governance of labour migration for health-care workers, address decent work deficits of care workers for better recruitment and reten­tion and improve skills recognition and certification.

  5. Publication

    Flyer - Side event on Ensuring Fair Recruitment for Realising Human Potential and Sustainable Development

    04 March 2019