Committee for Labour Migration

This Committee had before it Report IV submitted to the Conference for discussion. It met from 5 to 14 June in Room XIX according to its Tentative Plan of Work (approved by the Committee at its first sitting).



Committee reports and documents

  1. Provisional Record No.12-2

    Report of the Committee for Labour Migration: Summary of proceedings

    16 June 2017

    Note – Committee members may submit corrections to their own statements appearing in this report to the Committee secretariat (cmm@ilo.org) by 23 June 2017, 18.00 hrs.

  2. Provisional Record No.12-1

    Reports of the Committee for Labour Migration: Resolution and conclusions submitted for adoption by the Conference

    16 June 2017

  3. Committee for Labour Migration

    Amendments to the draft conclusions concerning fair and effective labour migration governance

    13 June 2017

Reports submitted to the Conference

  1. Report IV

    Addressing governance challenges in a changing labour migration landscape

    10 April 2017

Background information

  1. 106th International Labour Conference

    Guy Ryder looks back on #ILC2017

    19 June 2017

    The transition from war to peace, labour migration, the green economy, fundamental principals and rights at work....these issues and more were the topic of a live conversation with ILO Director-General Guy Ryder on the main conclusions of this year’s world parliament of labour, the 106th International Labour Conference.

  2. 106th International Labour Conference

    ILO ready to face world of work challenges resulting from crisis, labour migration and green transition

    16 June 2017

    Conference shows that the ILO is ready and able to update its standards, making them robust and relevant.

  3. © Bernard Spragg. NZ 2017

    Questions and Answers

    International Labour Conference to discuss labour migration and fair recruitment

    02 June 2017

    ILO News talked to Ryszard Cholewinski, ILO Migration Policy Specialist, about current trends and the importance of addressing governance challenges in a changing labour migration landscape.

  4. Labour migration

    Five things to know about the Committee for Labour Migration

    02 June 2017

    Most international migrants today move for work and in the context of large movements of refugees and migrants that we see today, the governance of labour migration is more urgent than ever. This year’s committee at the 106th International Labour Conference will discuss this as well as fair recruitment in order to contribute to the UN global compacts on refugees and safe, orderly and regular migration.