Malaysian labour inspectors increase capacity to advance workers’ rights in palm oil sector in Indonesia and Malaysia
11 October 2022
Sabah labour inspectors trained on forced labour, child labour and gender-based violence and harassment in the workplace in compliance with international labour standards.
05 October 2022
ILO conducted supported workshop to assist sees Malaysian palm oil industry in addressing share best practices to combat forced labour labour and child labour.
Promote disability-inclusive employment: "Road to Success” Phase III and Digital in Demand China Project launched
28 September 2022
Focus group discussion with employers in agriculture and construction sectors on workers’ accommodation
23 September 2022
Employers in agriculture and construction sectors to provide better accommodation for women migrant workers in Thailand, ensuring the accommodation free from violence and harassment.
Through this initiative, the ILO Accelerator Lab 8.7 programme (AL) aims to provide as series of knowledge sharing and technical meeting sessions to improve existing labour inspection model including on-site training simulation to conduct on board labour inspection in fishing vessels.
New UN survey on migrant workers with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression in South-East Asia
01 September 2022
UN study reveals migrant workers with diverse sexual orientation, gender identity and expression (SOGIE) in South-East Asia benefit from labour migration, yet experience discrimination.
25 August 2022
It contains key points about: (1) what is forced labour; (2) related national legislations; and (3) indicators of forced labour and what companies should do.
15 August 2022
This video guide briefly discusses types of forced labour and how to eliminate deception and coercion in employment practices as well as eliminating risks of forced labour exercise.
Training for Employers on Addressing, Preventing and Eliminating Forced Labour in the Rubber Industry
The training focuses on practical guidance for employers in the rubber industry in Malaysia, particularly those employing migrant workers, on how to identify risks of forced labour in the recruitment, employment and sourcing practices, and how to effectively address, prevent and eliminate these risks.
Launch of guide “Addressing, preventing and eliminating forced labour in the rubber industry in Malaysia: A practical guide for Malaysian employers in the rubber industry”
08 August 2022
By Panudda Boonpala, Deputy Regional Director, ILO Regional Office for Asia and Pacific at the Launching Ceremony: A Practical Guide on Forced Labour for Malaysian Rubber Industry on 8 August 2022, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia