Promoting Decent Work and Protecting Informal Workers

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Issue 21
May 2022
Promoting Decent Work and Protecting Informal Workers
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9 May 2022
Labour and Future of Work
Bogi Dewanto
Bogi Dewanto has been working as a taxi driver for 20 years. Before the pandemic, his job provided him with comfortable wages and a flexible working arrangement. He is considered a “partner,” not an employee, of the taxi company. Bogi earns on a profit
9 May 2022
Labour and Future of Work
Hoang Trong Giac
Born in a small village in the north of Viet Nam, Hoang Trong Giac or “Jack” completed a degree in Vietnamese culture and history, while simultaneously learning English, Chinese, and Spanish in college. Jack started his career as an adventure tour guid
9 May 2022
Labour and Future of Work
Ketut Putra Yasa
Bali Island in Indonesia is often called the “Island of God” for its rich tradition and beautiful scenery. Attracting more than 6.5 million tourists from around the globe in 2019, it is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Its economy relies he
9 May 2022
Labour and Future of Work
Marie Ashley E. Mendoza
A licensed architect by profession, 31-year-old Marie Ashley E. Mendoza had a full-time job and was pursuing her Masters’ degree in in Tropical Landscape Architecture when the COVID-19 pandemic struck in 2020. Ashley and her life partner/co-worker, Wil
9 May 2022
Labour and Future of Work
Ilaw Llanza Rosimo
Ilaw Llanza Rosimo started her specialty store, Munting Ligaya, in Baguio City at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. What started as a way to earn extra income and keep herself occupied during the long lockdowns became a full-blown business, with bot
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