Cambodia resources

April 2008

  1. ILO 90 Cambodia: product fair

March 2008

  1. ILO offers first safety and health training for North West Cambodian workers

    Experts from the ILO visit north-western Cambodia to assist at the ILO’s first occupational safety and health training session in that region.

  2. Report of the Independent Final Evaluation of EEOW Cambodia Chapter

    Following the completion of the original project term in 2006, an independent evaluation took place from 5 – 11 January 2007 in four project pilot sites: Phnom Penh municipality and in the provinces of Siem Reap, Takeo and Kandal. A draft final evaluation report was developed after the field visits. An evaluation workshop was organized with the project stakeholders in early 2007 to review the findings of the evaluation team. The workshop’s outcome was included in this Report.

January 2008

  1. Global Employment Trends 2008

    Development in South-East Asia and the Pacific has been less impressive than elsewhere in Asia and the region faces some pressing challenges, notably the problems of young people looking for work, according to the ILO’s 2008 Global Employment Trends (GET).

  2. Institutional Assessment and Contractor Tracing: Cambodia Contractor’s Tracing Study

October 2007

  1. Participatory approaches to improving safety, health and working conditions in informal economy workplaces. Experiences of Cambodia, Thailand and Viet Nam

    Participatory training programmes are increasingly applied in Asia for supporting grassroots initiatives in informal economy workplaces to improve safety, health and working conditions. These participatory programmes are easy to apply and action-oriented, and focus on immediate improvement needs of informal economy workplaces. Workers in informal economy workplaces have identified and implemented practical safety and health improvements with the support from the participatory training programmes.

September 2007

  1. Key Indicators of the Labour Market (KILM) in South-East Asia

    Labour productivity in South-East Asia and the Pacific[1] is “stagnant” compared to the rest of Asia , and not enough employment opportunities are being created, the International Labour Office (ILO) said in a new report published today.

  2. Sub-regional Mekong Youth Forum on Human Trafficking

    2 - 9 September 2007

    Mekong subregional meeting for youth on human trafficking

  3. Young people demand they be consulted in the fight against human trafficking: pledges and high level meetings 'not enough' to prevent trafficking in Southeast Asia

    Southeast Asian children and young people exposed to the risks of human trafficking are raising their voices demanding a greater say in national and sub-regional action to prevent the labour and sexual exploitation that result from trafficking.

August 2007

  1. Peace, security and work in Timor-Leste

    By Jose Assalino, Chief Technical Advisor, Timor-Leste. As a newly independent country with a fledgling economy, Timor-Leste faces many social and economic challenges. To help the Timorese people find decent work the ILO started three new initiatives, each designed to address a different aspect of the labour market while complementing each other and promoting employment, income generation and decent work.