Workers and Employers Organizations resources

June 2022

  1. ILO supports the launch of Indonesia’s first Trade Unions’ Network in the Fishing Sector

    23 June 2022

    The 8.7 Accelerator Lab programme together with the Bureau of Workers’ Activities (ACTRAV) supported the launch of a Trade Unions’ Network in the fishing sector aiming to foster a common voice between trade unions and to reinforce bilateral and tripartite social dialogue in the fishing sector.

  2. Trade union-led Migrant Worker Resource Centres in ASEAN and Jordan: Case studies for protecting and organizing migrant workers

    22 June 2022

    This paper features good approaches and innovations by trade union MRCs in five Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Cambodia, Indonesia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia and Thailand) as well as in Jordan. It highlights how the MRCs are useful and effective avenues in protecting the rights of migrant workers and eventually helping trade unions to organize them. The examples introduced in this paper can be replicated by trade unions that intend to launch campaigns to organize migrant workers.

  3. ILO social partners prioritize Social dialogue and Human-centred recovery for the joint UN action in the Pacific

    16 June 2022

    The ILO Office for Pacific Island Countries in collaboration with the UN Resident Coordinator Multi Country Offices based in Fiji, Samoa and Micronesia have held consultations with Employers and Workers’ organizations on the Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) for 2023-2027.

  4. Pakistani Trade Unions join forces for solidarity and cooperation

    16 June 2022

    A 2-Day Experience Sharing Workshop: Strengthening Trade Union Strategy and Identifying New Priorities for Trade Unions’ Cooperation held on 15-16 June 2022 at ILO Office for Pakistan, Islamabad. H.E. Mr. Andreas Ferrarese, Ambassador to Pakistan Embassy of Italy was chief guest of the closing ceremony.

  5. Skills development and lifelong learning in Viet Nam: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief examines skills development and lifelong learning in Viet Nam. The approach takes a macroeconomic perspective on the main challenges and the outcomes in terms of labour market performance.

  6. Skills development and lifelong learning in the Republic of Korea: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief examines skills development and lifelong learning in the Republic of Korea. The approach takes a macroeconomic perspective of the main challenges and examines selected outcomes in terms of labour market performance.

  7. Skills development and lifelong learning in the Philippines: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief examines the policy framework for skills development and lifelong learning in the Philippines, provides a macroeconomic perspective of the outcomes and identifies areas of potential weakness. It also analyses the social and demographic context within which the main policy challenges arise while focusing on the developments in the economy and labour market that have provided the impetus for the policy changes.

  8. Skills development and lifelong learning in Singapore: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief examines skills development and lifelong learning in Singapore. The approach takes a macroeconomic perspective of the main challenges and outcomes in terms of labour market performance.

  9. Skills development and lifelong learning in India: Challenges for trade unions

    06 June 2022

    This brief provides a macroeconomic perspective of skills development and lifelong learning in India. It examines outcomes for the population and the workforce thus far and highlights the main areas of weakness. It also analyses the social and demographic context within which the main skills challenges arise while focusing on developments in the economy and labour market that have provided impetus for policy changes.

  10. Skills development and lifelong learning in Asia and the Pacific: Strengthening the role of trade unions

    06 June 2022

    With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an acceleration in the pace of change. This has added to the urgency for tripartite stakeholders to respond with guiding strategies and policies for the skills development.