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Review of labour migration dynamics in cambodia

Review of Labour Migration Dynamics in Cambodia


Contents

Contents

Types of Work

Key stake holders

Statistic of Migrant workers

Problem faced by migrant worker

Law and Recruitment process

International agreement

Recommended guidelines on recruitment


Types of work

Types of work

  • Domestic workers

  • Agriculture

  • Construction

  • Fisheries

  • Factory

  • Transport….etc,


Key stake holders

Key stake holders

  • Government Agency

    - Ministry of Labour and vocational training

    - Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International

    Cooperation

    - Ministry of Interior

    - Council of Ministers

    - National Aids Authority

    - Inter-Ministerial Working Group


Key stake holders cont

Key stake holders (cont….)

  • International Organization

    - International Organization of Migration (IOM)

    - International Labour Organization (ILO)

    - United Nations Development Fund for Women

    (UNIFEM)

    - United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

    - United Nations Inter-Agency Project onHuman

    Trafficking in the greater Mekong Sub Region

    (UNIAP)

    - World Bank


Key stake holders cont1

Key stake holders (cont….)

  • NGOs

    - CARAM Cambodia

    - Legal Support for Women and Children (LSCW)

    - Cambodian Women’s crisis center (CWCC)

    - Cambodian Women for Peace and Development

    (CWPD)

    - Cambodian Children Development Organization

    (CCD)

    - Human Rights and development Association

    (ADHOC)

    - Cambodian Development Research Institute


Statistic of migrant workers

Statistic of Migrant workers

Registered Cambodian Migrants by destination in Thailand

Resource by : Review of Labour Migration Dynamics in Cambodia, September 2006 (IOM)


Problem faced by migrant worker

Problem faced by migrant worker

  • Lack of Regular work

  • Dangerous working condition

  • Infect disease

  • Unsafe money transfer system

  • Undocumented ( Arrested, Detention, deportation)

  • Discrimination

  • Abuse, exploitation

  • Income disparity between migrants and local worker

  • Sexual harassment


Law and recruitment process

Law and Recruitment process

  • National Law

    - Sub degree 57 on sending khmer migrants abroad, 1995

    - Sub degree 70, 2006 on the creation of the manpower training and overseas sending board

    - Prakas 108, 2006 on Education of HIV/AIDS, safe migration and labour rights for Cambodian abroad

    - Prakas 012, 2007 on the Creation of a Labour Migration taskforce


Law and recruitment process1

Law and Recruitment process

  • Recruitment Process

    - About 15 private recruitment agencies are currently licensed by the MoLVT. Twelve of these agencies recruit workers for employment in Thailand and 3 for Malaysia and korea

    - Migration to thailand through a recruitment agent takes between 2 - 3 months.


International agreement

International agreement

  • International Law

    - Cambodia has ratified all of eight Fundamental ILO Conventions about People’s rights at work

    - Cambodia has sign but not yet ratified the UN convention on the protection of Human rights of all migrant workers and member of their families

    - MoU on Cooperation in Employment of worker with Thailand was signed in 2003

    - Convention on elimination of all forms of discrimination against women


Recommended guidelines on recruitment of migrant workers

Recommended guidelines on recruitment of Migrant workers

  • The guidelines articulate agreed good pratices for the recruitment of migrant workers in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region. The guidelines cover the topics of :

    -Pre-departure procedures and Services

    -Regulation of recruitment agencies

    -Fees for recruitment services, and

    -Working conditions and rights.


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