Indonesia resources

  1. Indonesia's recovery: employment optimism or statistical illusion

    01 November 1999

    The second in a series of Occasional Discussion Papers launched by the ILO Jakarta Office in the Spring of 1999 to assist Indonesia with ideas and analysis which could contribute to its uphill task of recovery from the socially devastating financial crisis.

  2. Demystifying the Core Conventions of the ILO through social dialogue: the Indonesian experience

    31 October 1999

    This monograph represents a concrete demonstration of the cross-cutting character of the ILO strategic programme themes. The monograph clearly illustrates how tripartism and social dialogue can be used as powerful and effective strategic tools for the promotion and realization of the fundamental principles and rights at work. It is indeed remarkable that the military and the police were incorporated into the process of this social dialogue.

  3. Indonesia: Strategies for Employment-Led Recovery and Reconstruction - Executive Summary

    31 October 1999

    Summary of the Report of the Employment Strategy Mission 26 April -7 May 1999

  4. Indonesia: Strategies for Employment-Led Recovery and Reconstruction - Main Report

    30 September 1999

    At the request of the Government of Indonesia, an Employment Strategy Mission was fielded by the ILO during 26 April to 7 May 1999. The mission was undetaken against the backdrop of severe adverse social effects of the economic crisis that the country faced since the middle of 1997. The main purpose of the mission was to formulate strategies, policies and programmes for responding to the challenge of job creation posed by the economic crisis in Indonesia.

  5. Indonesia: A gender review of globalization, legislation, policies and institutional frameworks

    21 May 1999

    This paper is to shed light in particular from a gender perspective, on the implications of the current legislative environment, government policies, as well as the relevant institutional frameworks affecting the access to income and employment opportunities, in particular for women workers.

  6. Indonesia's crisis and recovery: the myths and reality

    01 May 1999

    The first paper in this series begins by setting a wider perspective on the social issues by exploring and demystifying some of the commonly-held myths about the origins and controversies surrounding social impact of the crisis and over important elements of policy approaches for the revival of grwoth based on equity.

  7. Protecting Indonesian migrant workers, with special reference to private agencies and complaints procedures

    10 December 1998

    The Indonesian Ministry of Manpower (DEPNAKER) expressed interest in ILO assistance in the elaboration of a more protection-oriented strategy regarding the country's citizens working abroad.

  8. Employment challenges of the Indonesian economic crisis

    30 June 1998

    This study was launched prior to the mid-May riots, following the decision by the UN Country Team Meeting (Jakarta, 6-7 March 1998) to launch a subprogramme on employment strategies as a UN-System response to the present crisis. The study takes into account the conclusions of the High-level Tripartite Meeting on Social Responses to the Financial Crisis in East and South-East Asian Countries convened by the ILO (Bangkok, 22-24 April 1998) which identified sustainable and productive employment creation as one of the main priority areas of action for recovery and take off from the crisis.

  9. Multinationals and employment in Indonesia

    01 January 1991

    Multinational Enterprises Programme Working Paper No. 67