Child Labour resources

April 2019

  1. Survey report on data integration of Labour Market Information System (LMIS) and Migrant Workers' Management Information Systems (MWIMS)

    -A review of the research topic and summary of the existing studies on data integration related to labour markets; -Analysis of key issues involving data at various handling stages; -Reporting on the key findings from in-depth interviews and surveys of individuals, groups, and stakeholders.

  2. Compatibility of Data Integration of of Labour Market Information System (LMIS) and Migrant Workers' Management Information Systems (MWIMS)

    Bangladesh against similar database systems in other countries, and also with other Bangladeshi database systems for other sectors, like the internal labour market. Based on the findings and analyses, the project will propose design recommendations for an integrated database information system on migrant workers’ information (MWMIS) and a labour market information system (LMIS), identifying sources of data and software requirements.

  3. Needs and Gaps assessment of Labour Market Information System (LMIS) and Migrant Workers' Management Information Systems (MWIMS)

    The data that are available, their strengths and limitations, as well as what data are regarded as important, but are not available. An analysis of the data gaps to gain a better understanding of the relevance and impact of any of the data gaps identified and to support discussions within and across agencies, organizations, and communities on how to bridge data gaps and sustain data assets.

  4. Booklet for reintegration of returnee migrant workers

    New job placement and business management resources for migrants and returnees

  5. ILO marks centenary with hope for the future

    OpEd by Claire Courteille-Mulder, ILO country director for China and Mongolia.

  6. Core elements of a bilateral agreement or a memorandum of understanding on labour migration

    A research (literature as well as interviews based) on good practices in regional, bi-lateral MoUs and Agreements including but not confined to a) standards for agreements with strong labour standards, (b) monitoring needs, structures, resources and capacity for the agreements and MOUs, providing recommendations to government.

  7. Assessment guide for bilateral agreements and memoranda of understanding on labour migration, with a special focus on Bangladesh

    A research (literature as well as interviews based) on good practices in regional, bi-lateral MoUs and Agreements including but not confined to a) standards for agreements with strong labour standards, (b) monitoring needs, structures, resources and capacity for the agreements and MOUs, providing recommendations to government.

  8. Good practices and provisions in multilateral and bilateral labour agreements and memoranda of understanding

    A research (literature as well as interviews based) on good practices in regional, bi-lateral MoUs and Agreements including but not confined to a) standards for agreements with strong labour standards, (b) monitoring needs, structures, resources and capacity for the agreements and MOUs, providing recommendations to government.

March 2019

  1. Convening Actors to Develop and Implement Strategies to Reduce Child Labour and Improve Working Conditions in Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining (CARING GOLD MINING PROJECT): Fact sheet

    The CARING GOLD MINING PROJECT in the Philippines will address the problem of child labour and poor working conditions in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) operations by supporting the sector towards setting-up of legal and regulated Peoples’ Small-Scale Mines (Minahang Bayan) that are compliant with environmental, health and labour standards.

  2. ILO report on decent work deficits in domestic work in Bangladesh

    This paper presents the findings of an evidence-based study on decent work deficits in domestic work in Bangladesh. It analyses the perceptions of 500 domestic workers surveyed in Dhaka, among them 375 serve as live-in and 125 as live-out domestic workers.