Domestic Workers' Day
17 June 2021, Jakarta, Indonesia
Domestic workers are vulnerable to workplace violence and abuse. Indonesian domestic workers continue their fight to realize the domestic workers’ law.
16 June 2021,
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.
16 June 2021, Bangkok, Thailand
Ten years on from the adoption of ILO’s Domestic Workers Convention, much more needs to be done to recognize the rights and improve working conditions for domestic workers writes Chihoko Asada-Miyakawa, ILO’s Assistant Director-General and Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific.
International Domestic Workers Day
15 June 2021,
Ten years after international convention, domestic workers in the world still fight to be recognized as workers and essential service providers. Although Viet Nam stands out in the region because domestic workers are covered by labour laws, the challenge for the country is now in compliance.
Domestic Workers' Day 2021
Informality and exclusion from labour laws remain barriers to decent work for Asia Pacific domestic workers
15 June 2021, Bangkok, Thailand
Ten years after international convention, domestic workers still fight to be recognized as workers and essential service providers, says the ILO
World Day Against Child Labour
14 June 2021, Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesia has taken various efforts to eliminate child labour in the country, including actions to tackle the impact of COVID-19 pandemic to the increase of poverty and child labour.
World Day Against Child Labour
12 June 2021, Jakarta, Indonesia
To commemorate the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour and the World Day against Child Labour 2021, the ILO organizes a virtual race as a social movement to end child labour and promote education for all Indonesian children.
12 June 2021,
The United Nations has declared 2021 as the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour. Matin Karimli, ILO's Director for the Pacific, and Sheldon Yett, UNICEF Representative for the Pacific, explain why the time for change is now.
Joint press release of ILO and UNICEF
11 June 2021, Kathmandu, Nepal
The International Labour Organization and UNICEF warn that the pandemic context may threaten Nepal’s progress in eradicating child labour.
Ensuring the protection of Indonesian migrant workers through the integration of Gender Responsive Migrant Worker Resources Center (MRC) with Governmental One-Roof Integrated Service Office (LTSA)
10 June 2021,
The Integrated Gender Responsive Migrant Workers Resource Centre (MRC), which has integrated MRC with LTSA services, aims to increase the protection of Indonesian migrant workers, prospective migrant workers and their families in Cirebon district. Cirebon district is the third largest district for the placement of Indonesian migrant workers overseas.