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The Global Estimates of Modern Slavery provides a picture of the scale and depth of modern slavery.
This report addresses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on migrant workers, based on information from 17 rapid assessments carried out under ILO labour migration projects.
This ILO guide aim to enable governments, in collaboration with social partners and other relevant stakeholders, to meet GCM objective 22, 'Establish mechanisms for the portability of social security entitlements and earned benefits' by highlighting the standards underpinning this objective,...
The study maps four examples of state-facilitated digital technology platforms that assist the recruitment, placement, and/or job matching for migrant workers.
This report analyzes the labor migration trends in Asia and puts them in the context of economic and policy developments and the changes wrought by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
Date of publication:
27 avril 2021
This report analyses how migrant wages have evolved in 49 countries before the COVID-19 pandemic. It details the difficulties faced by migrants in receiving the same pay as nationals.
The purpose of the Guidelines concerning statistics of international labour migration is to help countries to develop their national statistical system by collecting comparable statistics on international labour migration in order to provide an improved information base for the various users, taking...
Parliamentarians have a critical role to play to ensure a meaningful, balanced and informed response to migration.
The guide aims to help skills decision-makers and practitioners assess to what extent their Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system is currently excluding certain individuals or groups, identifies underlying reasons, and provides practical ideas on what could be done to redress...
Digitalization is a key driver of change. As information and communication technology (ICT) continues to advance and digital technologies are further integrated into sectors across our economies, the skills that are needed the most also continue to change and are increasingly in demand.
This document was originally prepared as a background paper for the ILO Workshop on the role of social partners in skills development, recognition and matching for migrant workers: A contribution to the Global Skills Partnership.
The COVID-19 pandemic represents a major public health challenge and is having serious economic and social impacts on origin, transit and destination countries, as well as on migrant workers and their families and on businesses and their operations.
The notes are a capacity-building tool and can be used for training of trainers, as well as for targeted stakeholders, including government officials and the social partners.
Bilateral labour migration agreements (BLMAs) have become important tools for facilitating the governance of labour migration. The present guidelines are part of the ILO effort in this area and focus on the specific inclusion of skills in BLMAs.
This second edition of the guide includes recent developments in enhancing the migration services offered by various employment services providers. Its purpose is to keep this useful tool up to date and reflect new and emerging needs, as well as good practices, including in the COVID-19 context.
In an attempt to address the labour migration governance challenges, which stem from, among others, the lack of coherence among the migration, employment, education and training policies, the ILO has prepared 'General practical guidance on promoting coherence among employment, education and training...
This brief is meant to provide an overview for policy makers regarding skills portability instruments, with a focus on international qualifications frameworks as a first scoping exercise to provide evidence for policy decisions on whether Africa should embark on an African Qualifications Framework...
This report was prepared as the background document for the ASEAN Workshop on Reintegration Programmes for Returning Migrant Workers (27–28 August 2019) in Yogyakarta, organized by the Ministry of Manpower, Government of Indonesia, and the ILO TRIANGLE in ASEAN programme.
This report is the first attempt by international organizations to measure child labour, forced labour and human trafficking in global supply chains.
The objective of the assessment tool is to support governments, regional economic communities, and associated Member States and partners, including workers’ and employers’ organizations, in improving the effectiveness of BLMAs, to the benefit of both countries of origin and destination, and migrant...
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