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Office of the ILO Liaison Officer - Yangon
A crisp, well-organised site which can be used as a one-stop source of most key ILO material on Burma/Myanmar in English.

Websites/Multiple Documents

Title: ILO-Yangon
Description/subject: A crisp, well-organised site which can be used as a one-stop source for most key ILO material and activitiesw on Burma/Myanmar, though it does not carry the Observations of the Committee of Experts (for which, see OBL or the main ILO site -- www.ilo.org) -- and you may have to go to the main ILO site for the very latest documents and for the French and Spanish versions.
Language: English
Source/publisher: International Labour Office
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: http://www.ilo.org/public/english/region/asro/yangon/
Date of entry/update: 17 March 2007

Individual Documents

Title: A country in transition: Interview with the ILO's liaison officer in Myanmar (video)
Date of publication: 26 March 2014
Description/subject: "In Myanmar everything is being reformed, says Steve Marshall, the ILO's liaison officer in Myanmar. From tackling forced labour and helping discharged child soldiers, to supporting the capacity building of labour organizations and the creation of new labour legislation, the ILO is working closely with the government and newly emerging employers' and workers' organizations in Myanmar as the country moves towards greater democracy. The ILO's activities in Myanmar were one of the topics discussed at the 320th Session of the Governing Body of the Organization..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: International Labour Organisation (ILO)
Format/size: Adobe Flash (6 minutes, 29 seconds)
Date of entry/update: 01 July 2014