Cambodia resources

July 2021

  1. Case Studies on the Intersectional Impacts of Air Pollution on the World of Work of Vulnerable Groups including Women and Youth in Southeast Asia

  2. ILO’s entrepreneurship programmes to be integrated in Cambodia’s national education curriculum

    Key facilitators and government officials from the Cambodian Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) took part in a 3-day online workshop on ILO’s Know About Business (KAB) training, helping further integrate this youth training programme into the national education curriculum.

  3. Further policy strengthening required for green jobs to meet full ASEAN potential

    First of its kind regional study highlights policy readiness of Association of Southeast Asian Nations to green their economies and areas where additional policies are required to capture full potential of shift towards green jobs and a just transition.

  4. Asia-Pacific Climate Week - ASEAN Green Jobs Policy Readiness Report Launch

    9 July 2021

    As part of Asia-Pacific Climate Week 2021, this event will officially launch the Regional Study on Green Jobs Policy Readiness in ASEAN, which was discussed during the 2020 ASEAN Inter-Ministerial Forum on the Implementation of the ASEAN Declaration on Promoting Green Jobs for Equity and Inclusive Growth in ASEAN Community, and provide an opportunity to highlight the key findings and implications of the report for ASEAN member states as well as other partners throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

  5. Experiences of ASEAN migrant workers during COVID-19: Rights at work, migration during the pandemic, and remigration plans (Second assessment)

    This study – conducted from mid-October to December 2020 – is a follow-up to the initial assessment undertaken in March and April 2020.

June 2021

  1. Training and planning workshop for the Cambodian National Employment Agency officers on the promotion of SaverAsia app

    30 June 2021

    On 30 June 2021, TRIANGLE in ASEAN hosted an online Training and planning workshop for the Cambodian National Employment Agency (NEA) officers on the promotion of the SaverAsia app, in partnership with DMAG and NEA. During the full-day training, NEA officers learned to use the SaverAsia app to find information about remittance services and financial education and developed outreach event plans for each NEA Job Center for the promotion of SaverAsia.

  2. Regional study on green jobs policy readiness in ASEAN: Highlights

    The ILO and ASEAN, with the leadership of Malaysia, worked together to conduct a study to assess policy readiness for promoting green jobs and a just transition across AMS. This document shares the highlights of the report, which includes country narratives and a summary assessment.

  3. Regional study on green jobs policy readiness in ASEAN: Final report

    The ILO and ASEAN, with the leadership of Malaysia, worked together to conduct a study to assess policy readiness for promoting green jobs and a just transition across AMS. In completing these assessments, the authors drew on responses to an extensive questionnaire completed by AMS countries between April and September 2020. Results from this questionnaire, along with other document analysis, were then used to develop country narratives and a summary assessment, which are presented in the report.

  4. Moving the Needle: Gender equality and decent work in Asia’s garment sector; Executive summary

    The report sheds light on the importance of addressing gender equality in the garment sector, while also providing ILO constituents and industry stakeholders with a holistic roadmap for action that places decent work and social justice at the heart of the post-pandemic business model. The report specifically considers gender equality within the garment sector in Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar and Viet Nam.

  5. Presentation: Making decent work a reality for domestic workers: Progress and prospects in Asia and the Pacific, ten years after the adoption of the Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189)

    In 2011, the international community adopted the ILO’s Domestic Workers Convention, 2011 (No. 189), which recognized for the first time that domestic work is work and that domestic workers should enjoy the same labour protections as all other workers.