Migrant Workers

Dhaka Principles - Implementation Guide

Report, 18 December 2017

This Implementation Guide (revised in December 2017) provides detailed and practical guidance on implementing the Dhaka Principles, as well as background information and further resources.

Guidance for implementing Principle 1 specifically on responsible recruitment is also being led by the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment. Visit the Responsible Recruitment Gateway for more information.

Latest IHRB Publications

Rights and Wrongs - Where Does the Buck Stop?

Last week, Bank of America announced that it would no longer lend to companies that run the controversial centres where the United States Government is detaining refugees and migrants who have entered the country without proper documentation  (such...

Shramik Sanjal - Findings from a Survey of Nepalese Migrant Workers

The third annual Global Forum for Responsible Recruitment took place this week in Bangkok, Thailand. Among the participants are a group of migrant workers from Nepal who work to assist fellow migrant workers, advocate for their rights, and ensure...

10 July 2019

Statement by Sharan Burrow to the Global Forum for Responsible Recruitment

Dear friends,

The ITUC is interested in the work of the Global Forum for Responsible Recruitment and welcomes the continued focus on fair recruitment of migrant workers. Indeed, the gaps left by inadequate labour and migration regulation and...

09 July 2019