Cambodia resources

August 2004

  1. Cambodia's home workers to receive special safety training

    A four-day workshop with focus on the ILO’s WISH (Work Improvement for Safe Home) training programme is being held in Cambodia with the aim to improve occupational safety and health for Cambodia ’s homeworkers.

July 2004

  1. MONITORING CHILD LABOUR IN CAMBODIA

    In Cambodia, a system of factory monitors has virtually eliminated child labour in the textile industry. It’s partly down to a unique partnership with the government, employers, and the International Labour Organization. ILO TV reports on the difference it has made to the life of one young girl, Sok Keng.

May 2004

  1. H&M IN CAMBODIA

    In Cambodia, a company supplying garments for big name brands such as H&M has shown that improving working conditions can increase productivity. Globalisation means that factories have to respond fast to the demands of the fashion business, but as ILO TV reports, in labour relations, Archid garments is setting the trend.

March 2004

  1. Struggle of Phnom Penh's child domestic workers

    A new survey by the Government of Cambodia, sponsored by the ILO, finds that almost 28,000 children are working in domestic service in Phnom Penh; often seven days a week, with little or no pay or chance to go to school.

January 2004

  1. ILO Official receives award for work on child domestic labour in Cambodia

    The Cambodian Government awards its National Construction Gold Medal to an ILO official, in recognition of work in combating child labour and raising awareness of the problem.

  2. Child domestic worker survey, Phnom Penh - 2003

    Provides information on child domestic workers in Cambodia regarding siblings, parents/guardians, and employer; education and health; living and workplace conditions; wages; and perspective.

  3. Child domestic labour in Cambodia: why it has to stop and how we can stop it

    Explores the child domestic labour situation in Phnom Penh, and the actions that are being done to combat it.

  4. Trainers' manual: women workers' rights and gender equality: easy steps for workers in Cambodia

    This trainers' manual promotes women workers' rights and gender equality in the workplace in Cambodia.

  5. Action research on the gender dimension of skills development in Cambodia: focus on the informal sector, populations living in poverty and social exclusion

    Research reviewing labour market trends and women and men’s access to vocational education and training. Analysing major training strategies, reviewing the impact and outcomes of training, providing good practices for the promotion of gender equality.

December 2003

  1. Garment sector continues to grow while some areas relevant to group faintings remain challenging

    The releases its 27th Synthesis Report on Working Conditions in Cambodia’s Garment Sector, which assesses compliance with Cambodian Labour Law and international labour standards in exporting garment factories