The project seeks to support the dissemination and operationalization of the ILO General principles and operational guidelines for fair recruitment, at global, regional and national level, and is implemented under the framework of the ILO Fair Recruitment Initiative.
[Duration: 15/01/2017 - 14/01/2020 ¦ Project code: GLO/15/41/EUR]
Funded by the European Union
Measuring recruitment costs
This draft set of Guidelines for the collection of statistics for SDG indicator 10.7.1 on reducing recruitment costs, identifies a number of conceptual issues and definitions with respect to measuring recruitment costs borne by an employee as a proportion of monthly income earned in the country of destination. These guidelines have been produced by the ILO and the WB, as co-custodians of SDG Indicator 10.7.1, with the support of the EU funded ILO-REFRAME project and the Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD). They have been validated through a consultative process with National Statistical Offices and, as a result of this process the Inter-Agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goals (IAEG-SDG) moved SDG indicator 10.7.1 from Tier 3 to Tier 2, in October 2019.
Businesses and Fair Recruitment: promoting responsible business conduct via the joint ILO-EU REFRAME project
19 - 20 September 2018, Manila, Philippines - ILO Philippines
3 - 5 September 2018, Dead Sea, Jordan - ILO Jordan
14 - 16 November 2018, Geneva
01 October 2018 - 05 October 2018, ILO International Training Centre, Turin. Deadline for application: 01 September 2018
First edition January 2018
In this edition, among other subjects: How to promote and achieve fair recruitment; Winners of the 2017 Media Competition on labour migration; Journalists training in the Philippines; ITC-ILO Global training course on establishing fair recruitment processes, 2017 edition; Interregional consultation on labour migration and mobility from Asia/Africa to the Middle East, 4-5 October 2017, Beirut.
New app for migrant workers
A new app helps migrants assess recruitment agencies.
On September 13-14 2018, the ILO and World Bank, with the financial support of the EU, held a consultative workshop to determine how best to promote the adoption and production of an internationally comparable SDG indicator on recruitment costs.
01 February 2018
Global action to improve the recruitment framework of labour migration (REFRAME). Project brief description; it includes challenges, objectives, scope, and contribution to the ILO Fair Recruitment Initiative
01 December 2016
The objective of these General principles and operational guidelines for fair recruitment is to inform the current and future work of the ILO and of other organizations, national legislatures, and the social partners on promoting and ensuring fair recruitment. These principles and guidelines are derived from a number of sources, including international labour standards and ILO instruments among others.