JILAF invited a total of 10 persons (including 4 women) from five countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Uruguay) to visit Japan from January 15 to 28, 2015.
JILAF invited a total of 14 persons (including 6 women) from organizations in three countries (the Malaysian Trades Union Congress [MTUC], Pakistan Workers’ Federation [PWF], and Trade Union Congress of the Philippines [TUCP]) to visit Japan from December 4 to 17.
JILAF reinvited a total of six people (including two women) from Indonesia and Myanmar to visit Japan for seven days from November 27 to December 3.
JILAF invited a total of 11 persons (including 4 women) from the Middle East and Northern Africa to visit Japan from November 6 to 19.
JILAF invited 10 female leaders of trade unions in four South Asian countries to visit Japan for 10 days from October 16 to 25.
JILAF invited a total of 12 persons (including 5 women) from China and Thailand to visit Japan from October 2 to 15.
JILAF invited a total of five persons (including two women) from Israel, Switzerland, and the United States to visit Japan from September 25 to October 1, 2016.
A total of 12 people (including 6 women) participated in the team from Laos and Vietnam that visited Japan from September 4 to 17.
JILAF invited 10 people from Bangladesh and Nepal (including 4 women) to visit Japan from July 24 to August 6.
JILAF invited 10 people (including 7 women) from the three countries of Kazakhstan, Turkey, and Ukraine to visit Japan from June 26 to July 9. All of the programs were completed according to schedule.
JILAF invited the Asia Youth Team to visit Japan from June 5 to 18. This time the team consisted of eight persons (including five women) from six organizations in four countries (India, Mongolia, the Philippines, and Vietnam).
JILAF invited a total of 10 persons (including 4 women) from Cambodia and Indonesia to visit Japan from May 15 to 28.