Resources on ILO/Korea Partnership Programme

  1. Indonesia – Korea to promote responsible business practices and CSR

    03 July 2012

    Responsible business practices and corporate social responsibility (CSR) have emerged around the world and in Indonesia as a new business strategy for long-term business sustainability. In Indonesia alone, there are over 200 garment factories that are owned by Korean investors, all supplying the major brands.

  2. ILO signs US$1,140,000 partnership with Korean Government

    27 June 2012

    The ILO and the Government of the Republic of Korea have signed an agreement that will provide US$1,140,000, as well as technical expertise, to support the development of decent work in more than 15 Asian countries.

  3. Indonesian Green Entrepreneurship Program (IGEP)

    01 January 2012

    To assist Indonesia’s economic plan, promote entrepreneurship and decent employment opportunities, the ILO has launched the Indonesian Green Entrepreneurship Program (IGEP), jointly with the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, Central Bank of Indonesia and BAPPENAS.

  4. ILO/Korea brochure

    09 September 2011

    This short brochure introduces the ILO/Korea Partnership Programme, explains what it does and how it operates, and gives details of some specific projects and areas of work.

  5. ILO/Korea Policy Dialogue and Study Program on the “Role of Government-Government Recruitment and Placement in Foreign Employment Programs of Asian Sending Countries”

    This programme dialogue and training workshop aims to (a) examine and share knowledge on the rationale for the government-government agreements; (b) consider the impact of these services drawn from within and outside the region; (c) identify the good practices and lessons learned in the implementation of these policies; and (d) determine training needs and plan forthcoming programs for MOU participating countries.

  6. ILO/Korea Fellowship Training on Employment Insurance (EI) and Employment Injury Insurance (EII) in collaboration with the Korea Workers’ Compensation and Welfare Service (COMWEL) and the Korea International Labour Foundation (KOILAF)

  7. ILO/Korea Fellowship Training on participatory approaches to improve working and employment conditions in the informal economy at Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA)

  8. Pioneering a system of migration management in Asia – The Republic of Korea’s employment permit system approach to decent work

    23 September 2010

    The ILO/Korea Partnership Programme’s Labour Migration projects brochure explains its work and achievements on labour migration management towards the Asian Decent Work agenda in the region.

  9. ILO/SKILLS-AP/Korea Regional Training Workshop on Skills Assessment of Returning Migrant Workers

    This workshop provides an opportunity for participants to share experience on how the sending countries organize and manage the skills recognition of their returning workers.

  10. ILO/Korea Fellowship Training Programme to Promote National Policy Framework on Occupational Safety and Health at Korean Occupational Safety and Health Agency (KOSHA)