Publications on labour migration
Decent work in forced displacement - Newsletter No.10
31 March 2023
This is the tenth edition of the ILO PROSPECTS newsletter covering key initiatives and achievements of the programme for the period of January to March 2023.
Agenda — The Impact of Climate Change on Labour Migration
24 March 2023
Socio-economic profiling of refugees and asylum seekers in Egypt
21 March 2023
This study is an attempt to survey and better understand the socio-economic characteristics of refugees and asylum seeking populations in Egypt
Results of pilot trials on greenhouse productivity and working condition with 12 selected farmers in Akkar and the Bekaa
16 March 2023
No Escape: Assessing the relationship between slavery-related abuse and internal displacement in Nigeria, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
15 March 2023
The International Labour Organization (ILO), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), and Walk Free conducted a study to estimate the prevalence of slavery-related abuse among people who experienced displacement.
Fair and ethical recruitment
Regional operational guidelines on fair and ethical recruitment in ASEAN. Improving regulation and enforcement: A resource for regulators
09 March 2023
The regional operational guidelines provide guidance to government regulators on fair recruitment practices, licensing private recruitment agencies, monitoring recruitment processes, and acting on complaints related to the recruitment process. Developed within the framework of the ILO general principles and operational guidelines for fair recruitment, these regional operational guidelines are relevant to both countries of origin and destination.
Intervention Model: For extending social protection to migrant workers in the informal economy
28 February 2023
ILO Working paper 88
The impact of Covid-19 on South African migrant wage workers and the self-employed
28 February 2023
When Covid-19 struck the South African government declared some of the strictest lockdowns worldwide. The impact of lockdowns on the working classes was especially severe. Initially many workers were left with no income, leading to warnings that a pandemic of hunger may eclipse the deadliness of the Covid-19 pandemic.
ILO PROSPECTS at a glance
17 February 2023
The country factsheets provide an overview of the key interventions and results of PROSPECTS programme implementation.
ILO’s work to Strengthen the Socioeconomic Integration of Venezuelan Refugees and Migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean
16 February 2023
Our region currently faces the largest human displacement in its history and the second largest in the world: the Venezuelan displacement