Cambodia resources

May 2005

  1. ILO launches project to promote Rights of Cambodia's Indigenous and Tribal Peoples

    The ILO is launching a project specifically designed to help the Cambodian government and indigenous and tribal people´s work together to create a framework that will help address needs and concerns.

March 2005

  1. International experts offer safety and health training for construction site workers

    International safety and health experts train people in Cambodia how to improve occupational safety and health on Cambodia’s many small construction sites.

  2. United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2006-2010

    Within the Royal Government of Cambodia’s “Rectangular Strategy” the UN country team has identified areas of co-operation where the UN can collectively make a difference and add real value to development and poverty reduction in Cambodia. The UNDAF outlines the need for action in the following priority areas: Good Governance and the promotion and protection of Human Rights, Agriculture and rural poverty, Capacity building and human resources development for the social sectors, Development of the National Strategic Development Plan.

February 2005

  1. Sewing the seeds of prosperity

    The ILO Executive Director of Social Dialogue discusses globalizations impact on the Cambodian garment industry.

January 2005

  1. ILO offers special training in Cambodian Women Workers' Rights and Gender Equality

    An ILO organized training workshop focusing on the rights of Cambodian women workers and gender equality is being held in Phnom Penh .

  2. The Mekong challenge - destination Thailand - a cross-border labour migration survey in Banteay Meanchey province, Cambodia

    An analysis of labour migration in four districts of Banteay Meanchey Province. The survey address the movement of workers across the Cambodian-Thai border.

  3. Managing Cross-border Movement of Labour in Southeast Asia

    1 January 2005 - 31 December 2010

    The project aims to protect migrant workers by developing a knowledge base on migration issues for policy makers and building up the capacity of governments to manage orderly labour migration. It advocates for sound national labour migration policies, assists with raising migrant workers’ awareness of their rights, helps them access legal systems, promotes low-cost, efficient remittance systems, and supports skills training and enterprise development.

  4. First hand knowledge - voices across the Mekong: community action against trafficking of children and women

    Draws conclusions regarding awareness raising among children and women, and possible action, supported by district and provincial authorities and national governments, with a view to avoid being trafficked across the Mekong.

  5. Mekong Children's Forum on Human Trafficking: making history - people, process and participation

    Report on the process and outcome of the Mekong Children's Forum on Human Trafficking and a separate report back to the young delegates from five countries who took part.

  6. Tools for prevention - participatory monitoring: guidelines for practitioners in the fight against human trafficking

    Provides tools and guidelines for practitioners on prevention and participatory monitoring in the work against human trafficking.