Cambodian migrants in Thailand are to earn pension benefits as they work abroad.
The Cambodian embassy in Malaysia this month repatriated nearly 20 more migrants who had gone to work in the country illegally.
The movement of workers within Asean has increased significantly over the last 20 years.
The UN agency vows to continue to assist Cambodian people working abroad.
Cambodian workers in Thailand will be able to collect legal documents to legitimise their presence in the country.
More than 100 migrant workers file complaints over sluggish processing at approved recruiter.
More than 10 migrant workers are injured in an accident when a van crashed into a tree.
General Prayut Chan-o-cha says that Thailand will help fund the construction of a drug rehab centre in Preah Sihanouk.
A campaign to legalise migrant workers in Thailand could be repeated in Malaysia.
The government is sending 360 officials to Thailand to implement a 100-day campaign to give migrant workers documents.
South Korea’s investment in Asean increased from $0.53 billion in 2000 to $5.1 billion, while its official development assistance to Asean rose to $418.9 million in 2016.
Eighteen Cambodian migrant workers are repatriated from Malaysia this week after being cheated by brokers to work abroad illegally.
CNRP lawmakers suggest amendments allowing migrant workers to register and vote abroad.
Police in Pailin province have arrested two suspects accused of brokering passage for migrant workers into Thailand.
The Ministry of Labour is releasing the number of migrants registering in Thailand.
The National Election Committee says current laws forbid out-of-country registration.
The Ministry of Labour confirms there is a delay in 100-day campaign to provide illegal migrant workers with proper documents.
The Cambodian embassies in Malaysia and Vietnam rescue 12 migrants cheated by human traffickers with offers of well-paying jobs.
Banteay Meanchey authorities to create a new border crossing into Thailand to alleviate heavy traffic at the Poipet International Checkpoint.
The National Election Committee is meeting to discuss the registration of migrant workers.
Thailand sentences 10 Cambodians to prison for seeking employment on fake passports.
Minister of Labour hits back at critics claiming workers migrating is sign of weak job market.
Labour Ministry releases a detailed schedule for illegal workers who remain in Thailand to aid them in gathering legal documentation.
The Labour Ministry estimates that 1.5 million Cambodians work in Thailand.
Civil society organisations called for migrant workers to be included on the voter.
The order follows a suggestion sent by the Labour Ministry last month.
When Voeun Von overheard plots to kill him on a Thai fishing vessel, he decided he had a better chance of surviving in the ocean.
Foreign Affairs says it will support Cambodian migrants abroad, as workers continued to return home from Thailand.
Thirteen returning Cambodian migrant workers have been hospitalised in Thailand.
The Ministry of Labour requests action against fraudulent agencies recruiting migrant workers via radio advertisements.