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2012 Apr 09
April 9, 2012


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SINGAPORE : The International Labour Organisation (ILO) and Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM) have signed a two-year agreement to improve labour and workplace practices in the ASEAN region. To be implemented between 2011 and 2013, the collaboration will cover areas like occupational safety and health, tripartism and social dialogue. read more →

The Jakarta Post/ANN) – Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei – three ASEAN countries that receive large numbers of migrant workers from their neighbors – will likely remain reluctant to discuss migrant worker issues at ASEAN ministers’ meetings, a senior Indonesian government official says. However, the countries would not rule out discussing the issue altogether, especially at.. read more →

“Ten dead and 300 injured”. This is not the toll of a natural disaster, but of the repression faced by workers attempting to exercise their trade union rights during 2009 in the Asia-Pacific region. The latest ITUC Survey of Violations of Trade Union Rights also reports on the cases of over 2000 workers who were.. read more →