Publications on labour migration

December 2018

  1. Report

    ILO Global Estimates on International Migrant Workers – Results and Methodology

    05 December 2018

    This report maps the current state of labour migration and the key characteristics of migrant workers in the world today.

November 2018

  1. Policy brief

    Skills for Employment Policy brief – Skills for Migration and Employment

    27 November 2018

  2. Publication

    Lessons Learned and Emerging Good Practices of ILO’s Syria Crisis Response in Jordan and Lebanon

    09 November 2018

    This report synthesizes the lessons learned and emerging good practices from the ILO ROAS interventions to promote decent work amongst Syrian refugees and host communities.

  3. Meeting document

    Guidelines concerning statistics on international labour migration

    06 November 2018

  4. Publication

    Flyer: Panel discussion at the Geneva Peace Week 2018: Jobs for Peace and Resilience

    05 November 2018

October 2018

  1. Employment Policy Brief

    Job creation for Syrian refugees and host communities: Employment Intensive Investment strategies in Jordan and Lebanon

    28 October 2018

    This policy paper presents the approach, experiences and lessons learned from ongoing projects and some findings of project-level evaluations in the two countries.

  2. Publication

    What’s the incentive? Comparing regular and irregular migrant work experiences from the Lao People’s Democratic Republic to Thailand

    23 October 2018

    This publication provides a comparative assessment of labour migration processes between Lao People’s Democratic Republic to Thailand, using a series of indicators including working time, wages and remittances, freedom of movement and other working and living conditions.

  3. Publication

    Fair perspective: Stories of Filipino migrant workers in the media

    22 October 2018

    One of the three objectives of the ILO’s FAIR project is to disseminate global and national knowledge about fair recruitment and labour migration through engagement with the media. This publication contains an anthology of stories produced during the FAIR projects media training series conducted with the National Union of Journalists in 2017.

  4. Meeting document

    Meeting Agenda for VPNYEE Webinar #3: Approaches to sustainable financing for Caribbean youth skills development needs in Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

    04 October 2018

    presentations will be followed by an expanded Q & A session

  5. Meeting document

    Meeting Agenda for VPNYEE Webinar # 4: Stimulating demand for youth labour. Incentives, sectoral policies and diversification in the Caribbean.

    04 October 2018

    Four quick presentations will be followed by an expanded Q&A session