ILO in Myanmar

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The ILO first established its Liaison Office in Myanmar in 2002 under an Understanding between the Government of the Union of Myanmar and the International Labour Office.  The main role of the Liaison Officer was to support efforts for the elimination of forced labour in the country and implement strategies to address its root causes. Read more

Latest news and activities of the ILO in Myanmar

  1. World Day Against Child Labour

    Myanmar: too many children still in hazardous and unsafe forms of work

    12 June 2018

  2. Myanmar

    Minimum wage a step forward for democracy and sustainable development

    25 May 2018

  3. News

    My.Coop roll-out trajectory in Myanmar

    24 May 2018

Focus on our projects

  1. My-PEC

    Myanmar Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour

    Through this programme, the ILO aims to establish a comprehensive, inclusive and efficient multi-stakeholder response to reducing child labor in Myanmar.

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