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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese PDF 3)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese PDF 3)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (Burmese) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand". (Files are in PDF format)

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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese PDF 2)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese PDF 2)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (Burmese) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand". (Files are in PDF format)

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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese PDF 1)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese PDF 1)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (Burmese) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand". (Files are in PDF format)

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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese 2)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese 2)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (Burmese) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand". (Files are in powerpoint format)

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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese 3)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese 3)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (Burmese) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand". (Files are in powerpoint format)

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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese 1)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations Burmese 1)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (Burmese) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand". (Files are in powerpoint format)

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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations English 2)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations English 2)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (English) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand".

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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations English 3)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations English 3)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (English) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand".

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ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations English 1)

ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand (Presentations English 1)

The ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP) together with Atikha Overseas Workers and Communities Initiative developed a Financial Education Course for ASEAN migrant workers. The Course provides ASEAN migrants with financial literacy skills, assists them to address family and cultural issues that can prevent them from achieving their migration goals, and empowers them through better informed planning and decision making. Following are the presentations (English) used during this training: "Training of Trainers Financial Education Course for ASEAN Migrants in Thailand 25 April - 8 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand".

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Korea's Employment Permit System

Korea's Employment Permit System

This book is intended to further understanding of the Employment Permit System among the policy officers and other related personnel of sending countries. It was written by Prof. Dr. Young-bum Park, current President of the Human Resources Development Service of Korea, a key player in the establishment of low-skilled foreign labor policy even before the adoption of the Employment Permit System, and Dr. Myung-hui Kim of the Human Resources Development Service of Korea.

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Building Bargaining Power: How Domestic Workers in Lebanon made a courageous step to form a union

Building Bargaining Power: How Domestic Workers in Lebanon made a courageous step to form a union

In January 2015, 200 women and men from Ethiopia, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and beyond founded a Union for domestic workers in Lebanon. The Founding Congress was both a moving and historical occasion: this was the birth of the first Union for domestic workers in the Arab region, paving the way for similar initiatives in other countries in the Middle East.

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Newsletter of the ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP), Issue 10, June 2016

Newsletter of the ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP), Issue 10, June 2016

Welcome to the 10th issue of ASEAN TRIANGLE Project (ATP)’s newsletter. In this issue, you will find “Featured Story: ASEAN TRIANGLE Project: Making a Difference for ASEAN Migrant Workers”; “Featured Event: ILO-ATIKHA Financial Education Course: Empowering ASEAN Migrant Workers in Thailand”; as well as ATP recent actives and a list of selected publications.

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Deployment of women migrant workers from selected ASEAN Member States, 2000-14

Deployment of women migrant workers from selected ASEAN Member States, 2000-14

The International Labour Migration Statistics (ILMS) Database for ASEAN Fact Sheet

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ASEAN Trade Union Council (ATUC) Inter-Union Cooperation Agreement: A Strategy to Promote Decent Work

ASEAN Trade Union Council (ATUC) Inter-Union Cooperation Agreement: A Strategy to Promote Decent Work

In October 2014, the International Labour Organization’s ASEAN TRIANGLE Project and the ASEAN Trade Union Council (ATUC) organized a meeting among ATUC leaders to discuss ATUC’s strategy for addressing the concerns of ASEAN migrant works and to identify key priorities that may be implemented by ATUC and its affiliates. The meeting culminated in the adoption of the ATUC Inter-Union Agreement. The Inter-Union Agreement articulates ATUC’s framework for decent work in labour migration. It contains twenty-three action points for promoting and protecting the rights of migrant workers. This booklet aims to disseminate the inter-union agreement to the members of ATUC’s affiliates, as well as potential partners, in support of the agreement’s full and effective implementation. Global Affairs Canada contributed to the production of this publication.

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Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Labour Migration

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Labour Migration

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Between Arab Trade Union Confederation (ArabTUC) ASEAN Trade Union Council (ATUC), and South Asian Regional Trade Union Council (SARTUC). SARTUC, ATUC and ArabTUC, meeting during the 3rd ITUC – Asia Paci c Regional Conference in Kochi, India, 1-3 August 2015

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Migration Policy Practice (Vol. VI, Number 1, February-March 2016)

Migration Policy Practice (Vol. VI, Number 1, February-March 2016)

This edition of Migration Policy Practice focuses on a range of themes, namely, migration and IT connectivity, the labour immigration system of Sweden, new migration and development strategies, and migration trends in the Arab region. The first article describes the ways in which information and communications technology revolution enables the creation of faster and more affordable unregulated migration pathways, particularly through the many smartphone apps that are available for people travelling to and through Europe. In the second article, authors argue that despite its flexibility, Sweden’s liberal, demand-driven policy for labour immigration from non-EU countries has often led migrant workers to vulnerable situations and has enabled employers to circumvent existing labour market regulations on decent working conditions and salaries. The third article revisits the ongoing debate on migration and development, by stressing the importance of policies that aim to improve migrants’ integration into the host countries. The last article briefly presents the key findings of the 2015 Situation Report on International Migration: Migration, Displacement and Development in a Changing Arab Region, published recently by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia and the International Organization for Migration. The report shows that, in general, borders in the region are closing rather than opening. In any scenario, migration, mobility and displacement in the Arab region will remain closely interrelated with and will impact neighbouring regions.

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Global Migration Data Analysis Centre: Data Briefing Series | Issue No. 2, March 2016

Global Migration Data Analysis Centre: Data Briefing Series | Issue No. 2, March 2016

Climate change is a key concern for the international community. The links to environmental degradation and human mobility are increasingly understood, leading to calls for data on environmental migrants. However, meaningful data only exist on persons newly displaced by disasters within countries, as the environment being one of the several factors in the decision to migrate compounds the difficulty of quantifying these movements. This data briefing by IOM’s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC) aims to provide an overview of existing data sources on environmental migration. This briefing identifies good and innovative practices on assessing the evidence to guide new and comparable data collection and support State actors in integrating human mobility in all its facets in adaptation, disaster response and disaster risk reduction planning in the context of environmental and climate change.

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