Cambodia resources

May 2006

  1. Governments, Workers' and Employers' Organizations from 5 Mekong countries gather to discuss human trafficking prevention

    Government, Workers’ and Employers’ representatives from five countries in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) gather to review and make further recommendations for improvements in cross-border recruitment practices for migrant workers.

April 2006

  1. Opening Address to the Premiere of the Soap Opera Series "At the Factory Gates"

    by Ms Christine Evans-Klock, Director of ILO Sub-Regional Office for East Asia

March 2006

  1. Safer work for farmers - four country meeting in Viet Nam

    Farmers in Viet Nam meet to discuss safer work in agriculture with their fellow farmers as well as others from Cambodia , Lao PDR and Thailand at a meeting in Nha Trang.

February 2006

  1. Vendors' livelihoods: Women micro entrepreneurs and their business needs in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    The research report desribes the situation of women micro-vendors in Phnom Penh, in terms of their business needs, constraints and opportunities. The research was done in cooperation with the Urban Sector Group and included interviews and focus group discussions with 288 micro-vendors in six different markets. The report provides recommendations geared to improve the business performance of women micro-vendors.

January 2006

  1. The ILO welcomes the release Rong Chhun and human rights activists

    The ILO welcomes the release of Rong Chhun, President of the Cambondia Independent Teachers’ Association and other human rights activists.

  2. The International Labour Office joins its voice in the concern raised over the arrests of Krm Sokha, Pa Nguon Teang and Yeng Virak

    The ILO is deeply disturbed by the arrest of Cambodian human rights activists, some representing organizations which have been active partners with the ILO.

  3. Guidelines on the formation of self help groups for families of working children

    Explains the role of self-help groups. The guidelines and methodology are intended to assist in the designing and managing of self-help groups as a productive alternative for very poor people to build up some savings and to counter the indebtedness problem in Cambodia.

  4. The Mekong challenge - Cambodia's 'beer promotion girls' - their recruitment, working conditions and vulnerabilities

    Examines the factors, quantitatively and qualitatively, that lead to the girls' recruitment, their day-to-day experiences and their working conditions.

  5. The Mekong challenge - Cambodia's hotel and guesthouse workers - their recruitment, working conditions and vulnerabilities

    Provides information on workers in hotels and guesthouses in Siem Reap, Cambodia, an area of work which has been linked to trafficking in children and young women.

  6. The Mekong challenge - underpaid, overworked and overlooked: the realities of young migrant workers in Thailand (Volume 1)

    Report of the Mekong Subregional project to combat trafficking in children and women focuses on the realities of young migrant workers in Thailand.