ILO Convention No. 111 - Convention concerning Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation (1958)
The fundamental objective of the convention is to promote equality of opportunity and treatment by declaring and pursuing a national policy aimed at eliminating all forms of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.
ILO Convention No. 13 - White Lead (Painting) Convention (1921)
The objective of the convention is to prohibit the use of white lead and sulphate of lead and of all products containing these pigments, in the internal painting of buildings, except where the use of white lead or sulphate of lead or products containing these pigments is considered necessary for railway stations or industrial establishments by the competent authority after consultation with the employers' and workers' organisations
ILO Convention No. 189 - Decent Work for Domestic Workers (2011)
ILO Convention No. 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers (2011) offers specific protection to domestic workers. It lays down basic rights and principles, and requires States to take a series of measures with a view to making decent work a reality for domestic workers.
Tripartite consultation regarding international labour standards and other ILO activities - ILO Convention No. 144 and Recommendation No. 152
The aim of the instruments is to promote in each member State procedures which ensure effective consultations between representatives of the government, of employers and of workers, on questions relating to international labour standards, and which may also be used for the purpose of consultations on other matters relating to the activities of the ILO.
Review of the effectiveness of the MOUs in managing labour migration between Thailand and neighbouring countries
Review assessing the MOUs signed between Thailand and Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar, and putting forward policy and operational recommendations for more effective MOUs that reflect and complement the changes in the landscape, and will lead to more safe and orderly migration that results in decent work. The assessment and recommendations consider the MOUs’ scope and objectives, the extent to which they meet the needs of workers and employers, and the implementation and review mechanisms (ILO, 2015)
Operational Indicators of Trafficking in Human Beings: Results from a Delphi survey implemented by the ILO and the European Commission
This document contains the operational indicators of trafficking in human beings as published by the ILO and the European Commission (ILO and European Commission, 2009).
Coordination and role of key stakeholders in setting up and implementing policies and procedures to facilitate recruitment, preparation, protection abroad, and return and reintegration: Background paper to the 7th AFML
This is a report produced for the Tripartite Action for the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers in the ASEAN Region (ASEAN TRIANGLE Project) on the Coordination and role of key stakeholders in setting up and implementing policies and procedures to facilitate recruitment, preparation, protection abroad, and return and reintegration (ILO, 2015).
The Mekong Challenge. Human Trafficking: Redefining Demand
This is a report published by the ILO's Mekong Sub-regional Project to Combat Trafficking in Children and Women on Destination factors in the trafficking of children and young women in the Mekong sub-region (ILO, 2005).
Global Labour Recruitment in a Supply Chain Context
Working paper seeking to advance and share knowledge on policies, laws, emerging practices and challenges related to the recruitment of workers within and across countries. It aims to stimulate further discussion and effective action to foster fair recruitment practices, prevent human trafficking and to reduce the costs of labour migration (ILO, 2015)