11 September 2014 - ILO. The 2013 ranking of Vietnamese recruitment agencies sending workers abroad has been published with 23 per cent of companies rated as “A1” or top excellent.
10 September 2014, Phnom Penh post (comment). In June, more than 250,000 Cambodian migrant workers returned from Thailand over the border at Poipet, responding to the Thai authorities’ crackdown on illegal migrant workers. It is estimated that around 40 per cent of the returnees were women.
7 September 2014 - The Nation. Laotian and Thai authorities have held talks this week on regulating Lao migrant workers in the Kingdom, a senior Laotian government official has said.
As part of her volunteer placement with the Dear Burma school for migrant workers in Bangkok, Saphan Siang Youth Ambassador Pinsuda Suwanno created a 'Reading Excercise Book' for her students. The exercises aim to teach her students Thai language and their labour rights, through a series of drawings and activities. Pinsuda also created a list of relevant contact numbers and civil society organizations that migrant workers can contact if they need information or help.
Mainstreaming Migration into the National Development plans from a Gender Perspective
Enhancing contributions from Bangladeshi diaspora members