Regional Programme Advisory Committee

The RPAC will provide technical and strategic guidance and governance to TRIANGLE in ASEAN and ensure that the programme remains aligned with ASEAN priorities and regional frameworks.

TRIANGLE in ASEAN works in close cooperation with governments and social partners to achieve three inter-linking outcomes:

1. Women and men migrant workers are better protected by labour migration governance frameworks.
2. Policies and programs enable women and men migrant workers to contribute to and benefit from economic and social development.
3. Labour mobility systems are gender-responsive and increase the efficiency of labour markets

TRIANGLE in ASEAN consolidates the investments from GAC and DFAT in one programmatic framework and a joint theory of change that mainstreams three cross-cutting topics: women’s empowerment and gender equality, private sector engagement and communications for advocacy and visibility.

A Regional Programme Advisory Committee (RPAC) will provide technical and strategic guidance and governance to TRIANGLE in ASEAN at the regional level and ensure that the programme remains aligned with ASEAN priorities and regional frameworks.

The RPAC will provide technical and strategic guidance and governance to TRIANGLE in ASEAN and ensure that the programme remains aligned with ASEAN priorities and regional frameworks. The role of the RPAC is to:
  • Provide advice to the ILO to ensure effective implementation of the programme;
  • discuss emerging migration issues;
  • provide strategic direction and advice on programme strategies and priorities;
  • monitor progress towards results;
  • discuss, review and comment on the regional work plans and annual reports;
  • provide inputs to evaluation as and when relevant;
  • review research and forthcoming publications; and
  • address any programme management concerns.
The RPAC will meet once a year, if possible arranged back-to-back to the ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour (AFML).