01 May 2013
Unions in Myanmar marked the first year of freedom of association with an historic two day national confer-ence at the Myanmar Con-vention Centre on 28-29 April jointly organised by the ILO and the FES.
01 April 2013
More than 455 unions have been registered during the first 12 months of the new freedom of association law. There are more farmers unions than in any other sector. The government is considering stronger penalties, including imprisonment, for employers who fail to comply with Arbitration Council reinstatement orders.
26 February 2013
The Freedom of Association Project in Myanmar was established after the 2012 International Labour Conference sanctioned this work to support the Myanmar Government’s Labour Organisation Law, which introduced freedom of association rights after 50 years, came into effect in April 2012.
14 November 2012
This brochure outlines the ILO framework for its technical cooperation programme in Myanmar over the next few years. An annex details the projects involved.
Migrant workers' remittances from Thailand to Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar: Synthesis report on survey findings in three countries and good practices
08 February 2010
The report investigated the changes in wealth of migrant overtime, the remittances sending behaviour in terms of the amount sent, the frequency in sending, the intended purposes of the remittances and the actual use. The report looked at migrants’ earnings and the patterns of remittance sending by nationality, sex, age groups, and the duration of stay in Thailand, the host country. It also explored the channels for sending remittances, the reasons, the associated costs of various sending channels and how the remittances reach the family in the home country.
30 June 2009
The study on migrant workers’ remittances to their families Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar investigated the sending behaviour in terms of the amount sent, the frequency in sending, the intended purposes of the remittances and the actual use.
01 December 2006
These guidelines have been prepared to assist government officials inputting together first and subsequent periodic reports under the Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No. 138) and Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, 1999 (No. 182). implementation. They are meant as an additional tool, building upon the existing Report Form, to assist government officials to include all the necessary information for a balanced and evaluation of the application of the Conventions at the national level.
31 December 2005
For more information please consult www.ilo.org/asia
Thailand-Lao People's Democratic Republic and Thailand-Myanmar Border Areas: trafficking in children into the worst forms of child labour: a rapid assessment
01 January 2001
Presents the findings of a rapid assessment of trafficking of children into the worst forms of child labour at border sites of Thailand-Myanmar and Thailand-Lao PDR. Indentifies risk groups, ways of recruitment and origions of trafficking.
01 January 1999
အလုပ်သမားရေးရာ အငြင်းပွားမှု ညှိနှိုင်းဖြေရှင်းခြင်း ပဏာမလမ်းညွှန်