Workers and Employers Organizations resources

April 2011

  1. Review of Labour Legislations by the Ministry of Human Resources

    14 April 2011

March 2011

  1. MTUC/ILO National Workshop on Labour Law Amendments in Malaysia

    The workshop is to review the three Acts, such as the Employment Act, the Industrial Relations Act and the Trade Union Act, with the participating union leaders representing different sectors whether regulations undermine labour rights and trade union rights. It intends to summarise the MTUC stand on those regulations, undermining labour rights and trade union rights and develop a MTUC position which would be served as a policy paper for forthcoming tripartite discussions on the labour law amendment.

  2. List of participants of MTUC/ILO NATONAL WORKSHOP ON LAW AMENDMENTS AND MINIMUM WAGES IN MALAYSIA, 16-18 MARCH 2011

    01 March 2011

  3. Amendment Proposal and Justification by MTUC

    01 March 2011

    MTUC’s proposals & justifications

  4. Programme

    01 March 2011

    Programme of MTUC/ILO NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LABOUR LAW AMENDMENTS IN MALAYSIA, 16 – 18 MARCH 2011, HOTEL SERI MALAYSIA, GENTING HIGHLANDS

November 2010

  1. ILO – West Java team up to promote entrepreneurship for transportation workers and their families

    01 November 2010

    Country Director of the ILO in Indonesia, Mr Peter van Rooij, conducted an informal meeting with the Governor of West Java, Mr Ahmad Heryawan, on 28 October 2010 in the Pakuan State-owned Building, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia.The meeting discussed possible joint programmes and activities to promote entrepreneurship in West Java.

October 2010

  1. Visioning Event for an ILO Asia Pacific Community of Practice (CoP) on Migration

    Interactive networks of committed professionals bound by a common interest in various subject areas.

August 2010

  1. The growth and decline of political unionism in India: The need for a paradigm shift

    01 August 2010

    This publication analyzes the weaknesses of political unionism in India through various dimensions. It proposes a new paradigm shift towards “service-based unionism”, suitable for the new working environment shaped by changing employment patterns and industrial relations dynamics and for meeting the interests of the workers, especially in the informal economy.

June 2010

  1. Concept note on Visioning Event for an ILO Asia Pacific Community of Practice (CoP) on Migration

    30 June 2010

  2. Concept note on ILO-ACTRAV Meeting on Migration Workers' Right

    30 June 2010

    As part of programme on promoting a rights-based approach to labour migration and encourage trade union cooperation on this subject.