Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) Indonesia

The DWCP for Indonesia is taking into account the priorities of the Indonesian Government as well as workers’ and employers’ organizations. The DWCP is jointly developed by the ILO, the Ministry of Manpower, the Indonesian Employers’ Organization (Apindo) and the four major trade unions—All Indonesian Workers Union Confederation (KSPSI), All Indonesian Workers Union Confederation (KSPSI)Confederation of Indonesian Prosperity Labour Union (KSBSI) and Indonesian Trade Union Confederation (KSPI).

DWCP Indonesia 2012-2015: Priorities and Outcomes

Priority 1: Employment Creation for Inclusive Sustainable Growth

  • Mainstreaming of employment in macroeconomic, labour and social policies through sound labour market analysis and tools
  • Improved policies and programmes for better equip young women and men entering the world of work
  • Optimized employment outcomes of public and community investments
  • Improved policies and programmes on entrepreneurship, business and cooperative development for job creation including financial inclusion
  • Workers’ skills are upgraded through demand-based and competency-based trainings to better meet labour market needs

Priority 2: Sound Industrial Relations in the context of Effective Employment governance

  • Labour administration provides effective services to improve working conditions and environment
  • Tripartite constituents effectively engage in social dialogue to apply labour regulations and international labour standards
  • Strengthened institutional capacity of employers’ and workers’ organizations to contribute to sound industrial relations according to their respective mandates and responsibilities

Priority 3: Social Protection for All

  • Government and social partners have greater capacity to design and implement social protection policies and programmes
  • Barriers to employment and decent work addressed, particularly gender gaps and for persons with disabilities
  • Effective implementation of the National Action Plan for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour
  • Enhanced policy, institutional framework and programme implementation for empowerment and protection of Indonesian migrant and domestic workers
  • Integrated HIV policies and programmes for women and men workers

Cross-Cutting Themes

Gender equality, tripartism and social dialogue, international labour standards are mainstreamed throughout the DWCP priorities.