FAIR Programme - Phase II Partners

On a national level the key stakeholders in Nepal include: Nepal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agencies (NAFEA), Nepal Foreign Employment Agent Association (NFEAA); Nepal Trade Union Congress (NTUC); the General Federation of Nepalese Trade Union (GEFONT); and, Nepal Trade Union Federation (ANTUF), Helvetas Safe Migration Programme (SAMI) and Panos Institute.

Key stakeholders for the Philippines are: Philippines Overseas Employment Administration (POEA); Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA); Federation of Free Workers (FFW); Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP); Center of United and Progressive Workers (SENTRO), Public Service Labour Independent Confederation (PSLink), Fair Hiring Initiative and the Employers’ Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP), Society of Hong Kong accredited recruiters of the Philippines.

Hong Kong SAR (China), key stakeholders will include: Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions (HKCTU), Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Union (FADWU), the Progressive Labour Union of Domestic Workers in Hong Kong (PLU), Justice Without Borders (JWB), Department of Labour, Employment Agency Administration, Labour Tribunal, Association of Hong Kong Manpower Agency, Helper Choice and selected multinational enterprises.

Key stakeholders at the national level in Tunisia will include: Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment (MFPE); Ministry of Social Affairs (MAS), National Agency for Employment and Independent Work (ANETI); Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation (ATCT); Office of Tunisians abroad (OTE); Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT); and, Union Tunisienne de L'industrie, Du Commerce et de L'artisanat (UTICA), Maison du droit et de la migration.

For Jordan, the key stakeholders will include Jordan Ministry of Labour, Jordan Garments, Accessories, & Textiles Exporters Association (JGATE), Jordan Chamber of Industry, the General Trade Union of Workers in Textile Garment and Clothing Industries, as well as Jordanian Federation of Independent Trade Unions, and the Apparel Workers Center of Al Hassan Industrial Zone.

On an international level the project will also collaborate with Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA),  the Institute for Human Rights and Business, Vérité, Justice Without Borders and Tufts University and the International Training Centre of the ILO. The project will also work closely with the ILO’s UN sister agencies and international organisations (e.g. UNODC and IOM) and with other development actors.