1. Promoting Freedom of Association and Social Dialogue in Myanmar

    1 October 2013 - 30 September 2015,

  2. Promoting workers' rights and labour relations in export oriented industries in Bangladesh

    1 June 2013 - 31 August 2015,

  3. Promoting Good Labour Market Governance and Fundamental Rights at Work in Morocco

    25 September 2012 - 30 June 2015,

  4. Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in Bangladesh (FPRW)

    1 October 2011 - 30 June 2015, Bangladesh

    The project aims to address specific challenges faced by workers’ and employers’ organizations by building local capacity in relation to freedom of association and collective bargaining. The project supports the Government of Bangladesh with legislative and policy initiatives to support full-fledged compliance with international labour standards.

  5. Decent Work for Domestic Workers: Advocating Institutional Reform in the Middle East

    1 December 2012 - 1 May 2015, Arab States

    This project is an initiative of the Migration and Governance Network - MAGNET. The ILO is working with countries in the Arab States to provide options for reform of national policies and institutions to protect migrant domestic workers rights.

  6. Develop social dialogue institutions and mechanisms that promote and advocate the realization of core labour rights in Colombia

    30 August 2013 - 28 February 2015,

  7. Promoting fundamental principles and rights at work in Bangladesh

    1 October 2011 - 28 February 2015,

  8. Promoting Fundamental Rights and Strengthening Labour Market Governance in the Maldives

    1 September 2011 - 31 December 2014,

  9. Strengthening Capacity to Implement Australia's Seasonal Worker Program in Papua New Guinea and Nauru

    1 September 2013 - 1 December 2014, Suva, Fiji

    Seasonal migration schemes, currently in place between selected Pacific Island countries and Australia and New Zealand respectively, are a valuable opportunity for Pacific Island countries to address unemployment, improve skills development amongst their citizens and stimulate growth through remitted earnings. Given that the schemes target unskilled workers, these programs have the potential to achieve developmental impacts for both workers and the communities and provinces they come from. Papua New Guinea and Nauru, as more recent entrants to the Australian Seasonal Worker Program, face various challenges in ensuring that institutions are in place to market, prepare and reintegrate seasonal workers. This project was aimed at addressing these challenges, helping to ensure that workers are prepared and protected to participate in seasonal migration, and improve management and visibility of the schemes so that employers are more likely to engage workers in future.

  10. Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and Social Dialogue in Egypt

    1 January 2008 - 1 June 2014,