Publications

2021

  1. အိမ်အကူအလုပ်သမားများအတွက် သင့်လျော်ကောင်းမွန်သော အလုပ်အကိုင် ဖြစ်စေရန် လက်တွေ့ဆောင်ရွက်ပေးခြင်း - ကျွမ်းကျင်မှုသင်တန်းများ၊ အသိအမြင်မြှင့်တင်ပေးခြင်း၊ ရပ်ရွာလူထုစည်းရုံးလှုံ့ဆော်မှု များမှတစ်ဆင့် အိမ်အကူအလုပ်သမားများအား စုပေါင်းသင်းဖွဲ့ပေးခြင်းနှင့် စွမ်းဆောင်ရည်မြှင့်တင်ပေးခြင်း

    29 July 2021

    အိမ်အကူအလုပ်သမားများအတွက် သင့်လျော်ကောင်းမွန်သော အလုပ်အကိုင် ဖြစ်စေရန် လက်တွေ့ဆောင်ရွက်ပေးခြင်း - ကျွမ်းကျင်မှုသင်တန်းများ၊ အသိအမြင်မြှင့်တင်ပေးခြင်း၊ ရပ်ရွာလူထုစည်းရုံးလှုံ့ဆော်မှု များမှတစ်ဆင့် အိမ်အကူအလုပ်သမားများအား စုပေါင်းသင်းဖွဲ့ပေးခြင်းနှင့် စွမ်းဆောင်ရည်မြှင့်တင်ပေးခြင်း အကဲဖြတ်ချက်အစီရင်ခံစာသည် အသက်မွေးဝမ်းကျောင်းမှုနှင့် စားနပ်ရိက္ခာဖူလုံရေးရန်ပုံ‌ငွေအဖွဲ့အစည်း (LIFT) ၏ ရန်ပုံ‌ငွေပံ့ပိုးပေးမှုဖြင့် အကောင်အထည်ဖော်ဆောင်ရွက်သော ILO ၏ ပြည်တွင်း ပြည်ပလုပ်သားရွှေ့ပြောင်းသွားလာခြင်းဆိုင်ရာ စီမံအုပ်ချုပ်မှုဖွံ့ဖြိုးရေး စီမံကိန်း (DIILM စီမံကိန်း) ၏ အဓိကအောင်မြင်မှုများ၊ စိန်ခေါ်မှုများနှင့် လေ့လာတွေ့ရှိချက်များကို အကဲဖြတ်ထားပါသည်။

  2. Making Decent Work a Reality for Domestic Workers: Organizing and empowering domestic workers through skills trainngs, awareness raising and community advocacy

    29 July 2021

    Making Decent Work a Reality for Domestic Workers, Organising and empowering domestic workers through skills trainings, awareness raising and community advocacy assesses the key achievements, challenges and lessons learnt of the ILO’s Developing International and Internal Labour Migration Governance (DIILM) project supported by Livelihoods and Food Security Fund (LIFT).

  3. The impact of COVID-19 on Myanmar’s garment sector

    27 July 2021

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the global garment sector and has been felt in every part of the supply chain. Myanmar’s garment sector, a major contributor to jobs and livelihoods for the country, has been no exception, and during 2020, faced significant challenges to respond and recover from the pandemic.

  4. The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of workers laid-off in the garment sector

    27 July 2021

    Myanmar garment sector, a major contributor to jobs and livelihoods for the country, has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  5. The impact of COVID-19 in Myanmar: a study of income loss of workers in the garment sector

    27 July 2021

    Myanmar garment sector, a major contributor to jobs and livelihoods for the country, has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  6. Employment in Myanmar since the military takeover: A rapid impact assessment

    19 July 2021

    This ILO brief is a rapid impact assessment of the impact of the military takeover of 1 February on employment in Myanmar.

  7. Regional study on green jobs policy readiness in ASEAN: Highlights

    30 June 2021

    The ILO and ASEAN, with the leadership of Malaysia, worked together to conduct a study to assess policy readiness for promoting green jobs and a just transition across AMS. This document shares the highlights of the report, which includes country narratives and a summary assessment.

  8. Regional study on green jobs policy readiness in ASEAN: Final report

    30 June 2021

    The ILO and ASEAN, with the leadership of Malaysia, worked together to conduct a study to assess policy readiness for promoting green jobs and a just transition across AMS. In completing these assessments, the authors drew on responses to an extensive questionnaire completed by AMS countries between April and September 2020. Results from this questionnaire, along with other document analysis, were then used to develop country narratives and a summary assessment, which are presented in the report.

  9. Moving the Needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector; Executive summary

    25 June 2021

    The report sheds light on the importance of addressing gender equality in the garment sector, while also providing ILO constituents and industry stakeholders with a holistic roadmap for action that places decent work and social justice at the heart of the post-pandemic business model. The report specifically considers gender equality within the garment sector in Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar and Viet Nam.

  10. Skills and labour migration: The role of social partners in promoting policy coherence in Myanmar

    24 June 2021

    This paper, Skills and labour migration: The role of social partners in promoting policy coherence in Myanmar, takes stock of Myanmar’s international migration trends; examines horizontal and vertical policy coherence; maps relevant policies related to migration and skills; and provides recommendations for the social partners to promote policy coherence in order to enhance the benefits of migration. It is part of a series of papers on policy coherence published by the ILO’s Developing International and Internal Labour Migration Governance (DIILM) project, and different to the others, moves the focus from the role of government in policy coherence, to the role of the social partners – trade unions and employers’ organizations, as well as CSOs.

  11. Celebrating International Domestic Workers Day 2021 #Valuing domestic work as work

    16 June 2021

    June 16th 2021 is the 10th anniversary of the adoption of ILO’s Domestic Work Convention (No. 189) at the International Labour Conference in Geneva. Every year in Myanmar, we celebrate this day to raise awareness about the valuable contribution domestic workers made to our society and economy and to promote the need to adopt improved legal and social protection for Myanmar domestic workers.

  12. Making decent work a reality for domestic workers: Progress and prospects in Asia and the Pacific, ten years after the adoption of the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189)

    16 June 2021

    In 2011, the international community adopted the ILO’s Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189), which recognized for the first time that domestic work is work and that domestic workers should enjoy the same labour protections as all other workers.

  13. International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour

    11 June 2021

  14. Migrant Welfare Funds: Lessons for Myanmar from Nepal, Thailand and the Philippines

    08 June 2021

    This paper prepared by ILO Myanmar’s Development of Internal and International Labour Migration (DIILM Project) (February 2016 – June 2021) funded by Livelihoods and Food Security Fund (LIFT) provides details of the development, administration and implementation of migrant welfare funds in three Asian countries, namely Nepal, the Phiippines and Thailand.

  15. Social security system in Myanmar and migrant workers (ILO Brief 2)

    07 June 2021

    This is the second brief on Social Protection and Myanmar Migrant Workers prepared by ILO Myanmar’s Development of Internal and International Labour Migration (DIILM Project) (February 2016 – June 2021) funded by Livelihoods and Food Security Fund (LIFT).

  16. International Law, Social Protection and Myanmar Migrant Workers (ILO Brief 1)

    07 June 2021

    This is the first brief on Social Protection and Myanmar Migrant Workers prepared by ILO Myanmar’s Development of Internal and International Labour Migration (DIILM Project) (February 2016 – June 2021) funded by Livelihoods and Food Security Fund (LIFT).

  17. Greener clothes? Environmental initiatives and tools in the garment sector in Asia

    07 June 2021

    The increasing social and environmental impacts of the textile and garment supply chain are well known and have resulted in the development of an array of initiatives, tools and assessment platforms to enhance the sustainability of the sector. There is a great deal of diversity in these initiatives, including differences in their focus, the actors involved, who the beneficiaries are, the longevity of the activities and how they define and measure success. The report highlights where there might be gaps in the current offerings of initiatives, and what types of initiatives have alignment with MSMEs knowledge and learning needs, as a way to highlight where future attention in developing new or enhanced initiatives might lie.

  18. အကူးအပြောင်းကာလနှင့် လုပ်သားအင်အားလျှော့ချမှု စီမံဆောင်ရွက်ခြင်းဆိုင်ရာ လမ်းညွှန်ချက်များ (မူ ၂.၀)

    01 June 2021

    COVID – 19 ကပ်ရောဂါသည် အလုပ်အကိုင်ဝန်းကျင်လောကကို သက်ရောက်လျက် အလုပ်လက်မဲ့ဖြစ်ခြင်းနှင့် အလုပ်အကိုင်အရည်အသွေး ညံ့ဖျင်းမှုအနေအထားများ မြင့်မားလာစေသည့်အပြင် အထည်ချုပ်လုပ်သားထု၏ အများစုဖြစ်သော အမျိုးသမီးအလုပ်သမားများအပေါ် အချိုးအစား မမျှတသည့်အနေအထားဖြင့် ထိခိုက်စေလျက်ရှိပါသည်။

  19. Managing Transitions and Retrenchments Guidelines - Version 2.0 (Chinese version)

    01 June 2021

    The Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the world of work, increasing unemployment and underemployment, and disproportionately impacting women workers who make up the majority of the garment workforce.

  20. Managing Transitions and Retrenchments Guidelines (Version 2.0)

    01 June 2021

    The Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the world of work, increasing unemployment and underemployment, and disproportionately impacting women workers who make up the majority of the garment workforce.