Indonesia resources

  1. Opening Remarks at the Tripartite Consultation on National Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Profile

    26 March 2018

    By Michiko Miyamoto, Director of ILO for Indonesia and Timor-Leste at the Tripartite Consultation on National OSH Profile

  2. Tripartite Plus Consultation on Indonesia National OSH Profile

    The Consultation is aimed to support the Ministry of Manpower in leading a tripartite plus consultation process with a view to update the national OSH Profile, inclusing with content relevant of young workers and employers.

  3. Indonesia urges ASEAN to strengthen cooperation on human trafficking in the maritime sector

    26 March 2018

    Indonesia continue to encourage member States of ASEAN to strengthen a regional collaboration to address issues related to human trafficking and labour exploitation against migrant fishers in fishing industry.

  4. Indonesian performer, Super Emak, to promote decent work for domestic workers

    23 March 2018

    An Indonesian performer, presenter and dangdut artist who is also known as Super Emak (Super Mom in English) was taking part in the ILO’s campaign on the promotion of decent work for domestic workers. Before at least 100 homemakers from the surroundings of South Jakarta, she encouraged them to respect the rights of domestic workers working at their homes.

  5. Aline Adita supports gender equality at work

    23 March 2018

    Aline Adita, an Indonesian TV personality, model and entrepreneur, supported the promotion of gender equality at work.

  6. Events held by the Programme of Action for Asia and the Garment Sector in Indonesia (Labour Standards in Global Supply Chains project)

  7. Collective bargaining agreements benefited both workers and employers

    21 March 2018

    Six companies signed a commitment to improve and strengthen the companies’ labour relations through renegotiating and reformulating the collective bargaining agreements at the company level. These six companies were part of the ILO’s programme through its Labour Standards in Global Supply Chains.

  8. Promoting rights of domestic workers to women community groups

    19 March 2018

    Around 100 homemakers from women community groups in South Jakarta participated in the interactive screening and informative sessions of the ILO’s ‘We Have the Same Right’ Campaign, aimed to promote decent work for domestic workers.

  9. Time for women to be equal at work through collective agreements

    12 March 2018

    In conjunction with the commemoration of the International Women’s Day on 8 March 2018, five working women representing the government, practitioner, trade union, women’s worker and the ILO interactively discussed discrimination and violence against women at the workplaces and efforts taken towards gender equality.

  10. Joint event to commemorate the International Women's Day 2018

    08 March 2018

    Taking the momentum of commemoration of International Women’s Day, LSGSC and BWI is organizing a half-day event to launch the LSGSC Pilot Enterprise on Effective Collective Bargaining programme, followed by a dialogue on mainstreaming women workers’ rights and gender equality in the collective bargaining.