Resources on labour migration

  1. Partners

    19 October 2015

  2. Videos

    19 October 2015

  3. Selected publications

    19 October 2015

  4. ASEAN TRIANGLE Project - Key events

    19 October 2015

  5. International Labour Migration Statistics Database in ASEAN (ILMS)

    19 October 2015

  6. The ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour (AFML)

    19 October 2015

    Background information on the ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour

  7. Paving the road for migrant workers to journey towards a brighter future

    06 October 2015

    The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project(ATP) developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The curriculum includes a Trainers’ Guide which provides facilitators with step-by-step instructions on how to conduct the course, and a Financial Planner which is a workbook that participants use during the training. The course encourages migrant workers to engage their whole family in goal setting, budgeting, saving, investing and addressing issues that drain their resources. Thanks to the course, many migrant workers' lives have been changed - here is Annie's story.

  8. Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar Agree to Take Actions to Develop Migrant Welfare Fund Programmes

    In line with the ASEAN TRIANGLE Project’s workplan with Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar (CLM), a workshop was convened to disseminate and validate the findings of a feasibility study and an operational blueprint that looked into how CLM may establish Migrant Welfare Fund (MWF) programmes.

  9. The International Labour Migration Statistics (ILMS) Database for ASEAN (ASEAN Labour Migration Statistics) is now on the Asia Pacific Migration Network!

    The database, created by the Canadian Government-funded ASEAN TRIANGLE Project, gathers together a range of statistical sources relating to international migrants and international migrant workers in the ten ASEAN Member States in order to fill an important knowledge gap.

  10. Return and reintegration to the Philippines: An information guide for migrant Filipino health workers

    11 May 2015

    Return and reintegration in this booklet shall refer to the process of going back to one’s country of origin (in this case the Philippines), including preparation and implementation. Return may be voluntary or enforced.