Events and meetings

November 2017

  1. Promoting Employment of People with Disability - Multi-stakeholder Workshop

    21 November 2017

    The ILO and Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business facilitated a multi-stakeholder discussion focussed on how to effectively promote employment opportunities for people with disabilities (PWDs), including a discussion on quotas, what supporting measures are needed to make quotas a success, and alternatives to quotas, drawing on other countries’ experiences.

September 2017

  1. ILO Guide to Myanmar Labour Law 2017

    28 September 2017

    ILO Liaison Office in Myanmar will launch its much awaited publication ILO Guide to Myanmar Labour Law 2017. There will be an introduction to the Guide, followed by Q&A session. The Guide is now available in English, Myanmar and Korean. It will soon be available in Chinese as well.

August 2017

  1. Training Workshop: Spotting potential for employment in Myanmar.

    28 August 2017

    Training workshop on assessing the employment impacts of trade in Myanmar for technical specialists and policy working group​ member.

  2. The first meeting of the series of sectoral consultations and social dialogues within policy working group members and representatives from stakeholder institutions

    28 August 2017

June 2017

  1. Launching and inception workshop

    5 June 2017

April 2017

  1. Myanmar Safety & Health Day

    28 April 2017

    On 28 April 2017, the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population, together with employers and workers organisations, marked the first ever Myanmar Safety and Health Day in Yangon and Mandalay. The event was part of the 2017 World Day for Safety and Health at Work.

September 2016

  1. 2016 Myanmar Stakeholder Forum on Labour Law Reform and Institutional Capacity Building

    29 - 30 September 2016

    The Republic of the Union of Myanmar, Denmark, Japan, the United States of America, the European Union, and the International Labour Organization (ILO) convened the second Stakeholders' Forum of the Initiative to Promote Fundamental Labour Rights and Practices in Myanmar ('the Initiative') on 29-30 September 2016.

  2. Consultation Workshop on the Development of the National Action Plan (NAP) on Child Labour in Myanmar

    9 September 2016

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) is providing assistance to the Government of Myanmar in formulating a comprehensive National Action Plan on the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour (NAP). This activity will contribute to the national efforts and the goals of the ILO’s Global Action Plan against the worst forms of child labour (WFCL), within the framework of the ILO Convention on the Worst Forms of Child Labour (No. 182). This NAP will target the worst forms of child labour (WFCL) as a priority, while aiming at the elimination of all child labour in the long term.

August 2016

  1. 2016 Signing Ceremony of the Code of Conduct for Members of the Overseas Employment Agencies Federation in Myanmar

    19 August 2016

    The Myanmar Overseas Employment Agencies Federation in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population and with technical input from the ILO TRIANGLE project have developed a Code of Conduct and a Monitoring Mechanism to develop ethical recruitment practices in Myanmar and create standards across the sector so potential migrants can be assured of safe and effective recruitment procedures. Since April when the Code was open for signing, 72 Overseas employment agents have signed the Code and on August 19th they will be issued with the Certificates. This will allow the Monitoring Mechnism to be put into place to monitor and rank the compliance of the agencies on the Code in the coming year.

October 2015

  1. Release of Training Manuals for Barefoot Technicians (MGNREGA) and for Contractors & Field Engineers (PMGSY) and Impact Assessment Study of PMGSY Roads

    6 October 2015

    Ms. Sandra Polaski, ILO Deputy Director General (Policy) inaugurated the release of the Training Manuals for Barefoot Technicians (MGNREGA) and for the Contractors and Field Engineers under the PMGSY Project. Ms. Polaski also released the “Impact Assessment Study of Improved Rural Road Maintenance System under the PMGSY”. Ms. Polaski highlighted the need for India to adapt its labour policies as its economy transitions from agriculture to manufacturing in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goals.