Forced labour resources

  1. Cambodia Labour Force and Child labour Survey 2012: Child Labour Report

    27 November 2013

    This report on the findings concerning child labour from the Cambodia Labour Force and Child Labour Survey 2012 was produced by staff at the National Institute of Statistics (NIS) with assistance from the International Labour Organization (ILO). The report presents the characteristics of working and non-working children, child labourers and children in hazardous labour. The information contained in this report provides a picture of the child labour situation in Cambodia and will be useful to researchers and policy-makers for intensified efforts to eliminate child labour, particularly the worst forms of child labour, in our country.

  2. Cambodia Labour Force and Child labour Survey 2012: Labour Force Report

    27 November 2013

    This report on the Cambodia Labour Force and Child Labour Survey 2012 was produced by staff at the National Institute of Statistics (NIS) with assistance from the International Labour Organization. The report presents the characteristics of the labour force, employment, unemployment and some decent work indicators. The information provides a good picture of the labour force and employment situation in Cambodia.

  3. Workshop for validation of a Resource Guide on the Elimination of Manual Scavenging Practices

    The objective of the workshop is to present the draft resource guide on elimination of manual scavenging practices and to take the feedback from the stakeholders including the representatives from the District Administration and Civil Society Organizations besides workers' organizations.

  4. Sub-regional knowledge sharing meeting: Preventing forced labour and planning future action

    According to ILO’s most recent estimates at least 20.9 million people are victims of forced labour globally

  5. Building an evidence base on human trafficking in vulnerable sectors in Myanmar

    01 November 2013

    The activities under the project aims at expanding the knowledge and evidence on the nature and magnitude of human trafficking in the country.

  6. National Meeting of Brick Kiln Employers Reducing Vulnerability to Bondage in India

    This National Level Meeting of Employers is being organized to discuss various aspects of the work, and how dignity of work and decent work can be promoted for the brick kiln workers.

  7. Address at the ILO/Ministry of Labour & Employment (MOLE: National Meeting on Elimination of Bonded Labour and Reducing Vulnerability to Bondage in India through Promotion of Decent Work

    08 October 2013

    By Ms Tine Staermose, Director, ILO DWT for South Asia and Country Office for India at the ILO/MOLE National Meeting on Elimination of Bonded Labour and Reducing Vulnerability to Bondage in India through Promotion of Decent Work, New Delhi, India, 8 October 2013

  8. Bonded labour can be addressed by reducing conditions that perpetrate bondage like situation- Experts

    08 October 2013

    National Consultation on Abolition of Bonded Labour and Reducing Vulnerability to Bondage in India through Promotion of Decent Work, New Delhi

  9. Ministry of Labour & Employment-ILO National Level Meeting on Bonded Labour

    MoLE and ILO to jointly organize National Level Meeting to deliberate on the issue of Boned Labour in India. Approximately 100-120 participants from national, states and districts (Sec Labour, LC, District Collectors and reputed NGOs, TU, EOs etc.) are expected to participate. Minister of Labour and Employment is expected to participate

  10. Enhanced Action Against Forced Labour in Asia and the Pacific Project (FLARE), Phase I (Project fact sheet)

    16 September 2013

    The FLARE project strengthens action against forced labour in the East and South-East Asia, building on the emerging political consensus that forced labour should not be tolerated either in the private economy and global supply chains, or in its more traditional state-imposed forms.