Indonesia resources

  1. Webinar Session 3: Guidelines and Standards for Online TVET Providers

    Distance and digital learning is important to be developed, even before or without a situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, because of the benefits it offers.

  2. Online Media Discussion: Creating Competent Human Resources in Indonesia's New Normal Era

    The apprenticeship programme is considered beneficial as it provides an opportunity for youth to get working experiences and to improve their networking.

  3. Webinar Session 2: Traditional TVET Programme versus Online TVET Programme

    Distance and digital learning is important to be developed, even before or without a situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, because of the benefits it offers.

  4. E-Newsletters of the ILO CO-Jakarta: June 2020

    19 June 2020

  5. Webinar Session 1: Online Vocational Learning: Necessary Policies

    Distance and digital learning is important to be developed, even before or without a situation like the COVID-19 pandemic, because of the benefits it offers.

  6. Webinar series: Design and Delivery of Online Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the Face of the Pandemic

    The ILO and the Australian Embassy collaborate and offer a series of webinars to share know-hows and lessons learned so that Indonesian TVET could successfully meet the challenges posed by the outbreak and contribute to eventual economic recovery.

  7. Social media campaign to promote social dialogue and OSH in the garment industry during the COVID-19 pandemic

    17 June 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted the garment industry and its supply chains. The ILO/IFC’s Better Work Indonesia (BWI) programme has conducted an advocacy and awareness raising campaign to promote win-win solutions for both management and workers on issues related with wages, benefits and occupational safety and health (OSH).

  8. Knowledge helps Indonesian fishers survive the pandemic and prevent human trafficking

    17 June 2020

    Fishing is one of the sectors impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Fishers do not only lose their livelihoods but also face a greater risk of human trafficking. The ILO and its partners raise their awareness for better protection and prevention.

  9. Indonesia strengthen its efforts to combat child labour as an impact of the pandemic

    16 June 2020

    To commemorate the World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL), relevant national stakeholders examined ways to tackle the threat of COVID-19 to the increased child labour.

  10. ILO team up with trade unions to protect fishers from COVID-19 pandemic and human trafficking

    12 June 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the vulnerability of fishers and make them at higher risks of being trapped in human trafficking. The ILO team up with trade unions in fishing sector to raise their awareness about the pandemic and the danger of trafficking.