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Indonesia to recall all domestic workers from Mideast by 2017

Zawya - 4 October 2015 - By 2017, there will be no Indonesian domestic workers in Oman as their government is working on a complete recall from the Middle East.

Posted by Eliza Marks at Oct 07, 2015 04:00 PM |
Filed under: Domestic workers
Hundreds of Fake ID Cards Issued for Migrant Workers

Kaosod English - 5 October 2015 - Five officials are suspected of issuing hundreds of fraudulent ID cards for migrant workers in Pathum Thani province, a high ranking official announced today.

Posted by Eliza Marks at Oct 06, 2015 04:06 PM |
Asia urgently needs greater mobility for skilled workers

The Japan Times - 2 October 2015 - The Asian labor market is in the midst of a fundamental transformation. Advanced economies, as well as some emerging ones, are aging very rapidly, while high youth unemployment persists in developing economies, where population growth has been robust and is expected to continue to be so. Moreover, close to half of the current jobs may disappear due to advancements in robotics and AI (artificial intelligence), while new jobs will also emerge.

Posted by Eliza Marks at Oct 05, 2015 11:28 AM |
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ILO ASEAN TRIANGLE Project Newletter, October 2015

Posted by Eliza Marks at Oct 07, 2015 12:00 AM |
AP Migration - October 2015 Community Update

Welcome to the October edition of the AP Migration Community Update, highlighting news, events and resources from our network. Visit the platform to: - Read global and regional news stories on labour migration policy, rights and protection of workers, and migration and development - View our network page, and add your organization's details - Check out the latest resources in the network library

Posted by Eliza Marks at Oct 06, 2015 12:00 AM |
Migrant and child labor in Thailand’s shrimp and other seafood supply chains: Labor conditions and the decision to study or work

Posted by Eliza Marks at Oct 02, 2015 09:57 AM |
Filed under: Child labour, Forced Labour
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