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Philippine Employment Trends 2015

Accelerating inclusive growth through decent jobs

A new report published by the ILO shows that the Philippine economy experienced robust rates of growth and made important gains in the labour market in recent years, however, more focus on decent and productive jobs is necessary to foster inclusive growth.

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International Labour Migration Statistics Database

The International Labour Migration Statistics (ILMS) Database for ASEAN is now on the Asia Pacific Migration Network. The database, created by the Canadian Government-funded ASEAN TRIANGLE Project, gathers together a range of statistical sources relating to international migrants and international migrant workers in the ten ASEAN Member States in order to fill an important knowledge gap.

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Japanese delegate visits Haiyan-hit Northern Cebu

A Japanese delegation visited areas affected by Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) in Northern Cebu. The delegation included representatives from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, and the ILO Regional Office for Asia and Pacific.

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Artists rock against child labour, mark Philippines Independence Day


The Philippines marks Independence Day and joins the rest of the world for the World Day Against Child Labour 2015 with the Batang Malaya: Freedom from child labour open concert.

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Artists and bands rock against child labour, in a concert staged by the ILO and RockEd Philippines on 12 June, to mark Independence Day and the World Day Against Child Labour.
The Batang Malaya: Freedom from child labour concert featured the Dawn, Noel Cabangon, Ebe Dancel, Dicta License, Brass Pas Pas Pas, Kai Honasan, Maya’s Anklet and Reklamo.

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