Resources from ILO Country Office in the Philippines

  1. Live Facebook video: Ceremonial signing of partnership between the Quezon City government and the ILO

    22 August 2022

  2. Quezon City Government: QC, ILO ink landmark partnership for Metro Manila's first Migrant Resource Center

    22 August 2022

  3. Peoples Journal: ‘One-stop shop’ for OFWs soon to open in QC hall

    22 August 2022

  4. SDG Talks: QC gov’t, ILO to launch Migrant Resource Center

    22 August 2022

  5. Manila Bulletin: QC gov’t, ILO to launch Migrant Resource Center

    22 August 2022

  6. Manila Standard Today: QC government, ILO set to open migrant resource center in city hall

    22 August 2022

  7. Philippine News Agency: QC, ILO partner to open one-stop shop for migrant workers

    22 August 2022

  8. ILO, Quezon City partner for first migrant workers' one-stop shop in Metro Manila

    22 August 2022

    The ILO and the local government of Quezon City collaborate for a gender-responsive Migrant Worker Resource Centre, the first in Metro Manila operated by the local government in collaboration with civil society, Overseas Filipino Workers/family organizations, and international development partners to serve OFWs and their families, and improve migration and development.

  9. IMPORTANT DATES FOR THE INVITATION TO BID: DETAILED DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TURN-OVER OF THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION CENTER – INNOVATION HUB IN MABALACAT, PAMPANGA

    21 August 2022

    The International Labour Office (hereinafter the “ILO”) is pleased to invite your company to submit a Bid for the DETAILED DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND TURN-OVER OF THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION CENTER – INNOVATION HUB IN MABALACAT, PAMPANGA and as further described in Annex I.

  10. Labour Inspection in the Context of Domestic Work Sector

    Organized by the joint ILO-UN Women Safe and Fair Programme, this webinar aims to adopt a strengthened regional approach to meet the needs of women migrant workers and social partners, and better protection from violence and abuses. It will focus on the importance of labour inspection for domestic work sector (including migrant domestic workers) and some ways different countries have attempted compliance with the principle and essence of ILO C 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers.