Trade and employment in services: the case of Indonesia

By Chris Manning and Haryo Aswicahyono  This study examines the importance of the services sector and its linkages with other

Migrant workers in the international hotel industry

This Report addresses complex themes relating to migrant work and migrant workers in the international hotel industry, recognizing that the

Budget smart – Financial education for migrant workers and their families

Migration for work may provide opportunities for a better life to migrant men, women and their families, but it may also lead to labour exploitation, indebtedness or human trafficking if they are not prepared and lack basic management skills.

Money and migration: Smart guide for migrant workers

Migration for work may provide opportunities for a better life to migrant men, women and their families, but it may also lead to labour exploitation, indebtedness or human trafficking if they are not prepared and lack basic management skills.

Promoting decent employment for rural migrant workers

This booklet presents an account of the policies to promote rural migrant workers’ employment and draws lessons from their main achievements and challenges that are worth sharing with policy-makers around the world.

Social proctection floor for a fair and inclusive globalization

We welcome this excellent and significant report prepared by the Social Protection Floor Advisory Group, led by the former President of Chile, Ms Michelle Bachelet.

Labour and social trends in Nepal 2010

This report is the first issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Nepal. The report was produced by Professor B. Pyakuryal with technical inputs from the National Planning Commission (NPC) and ILO.

Remittance transfers in Senegal

This report presents the findings of an analysis of remittances to Senegal as it pertains to its size, marketplace, and link to finances as factors associated to development.

Labour and social trends in Cambodia 2010

This report on the Labour and Social Trends in Cambodia 2010 has been produced by staff at National Institute of

Migrant remittances to Tajikistan

By: ILO Subregional Office for Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The study has been prepared in the framework of the project “Towards Sustainable Partnerships for the Effective Governance of Labour Migration in the Russian Federation, the Caucasus and Central Asia” financed by the European Union (EU).