Indonesia resources

  1. 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.

  2. Interview of Christianus Pandjaitan by Radio Elshinta

    08 March 2018

    Christianus Pandjaitan from Labour Standards in Global Supply Chains Project in Indonesia was interviewed by Radio Elshinta during the Commemoration of the International Women's Day; Jakarta, 8 March 2018.

  3. Interview of Albert Y. Bonasahat by Radio Elshinta

    08 March 2018

    Albert Y. Bonasahat from Better Work Indonesia was interviewed by Radio Elshinta during the Commemoration of the International Women's Day; Jakarta, 8 March 2018.

  4. Launching of phase 2 of pilot enterprise programme

    08 March 2018

    Presentation in the commemoration of the International Women's Day, Jakarta, 8 March 2018.

  5. Promoting equality in garment industry

    08 March 2018

    Presentation in the commemoration of the International Women's Day, Jakarta, 8 March 2018.

  6. Mainstreaming Gender Equality in the Collective Bargaining and the Commemoration of the International Women's Day 2018

    There is a need to continue promoting effective collective bargaining in Indonesia. Collective bargaining should ensure that fair bargains are struck between the workers and employers to introduce more adaptable agreement that guarantee workers’ rights in line with the changing of business process due to global supply chain and globalization.

  7. International Women’s Day 2018: Mainstreaming gender equality at work through collective bargaining agreement

    07 March 2018

    Collective bargaining is a key means that provides the basis for sound and harmonious labour relations. Through effective and equal collective bargaining, both employers and workers can arrive at a collective agreement addressing rights and responsibilities of both parties to ensure industrial peace and productive industries and workplaces.

  8. ILO-Ministry of Manpower of Indonesia team up to improve quality of labour inspection

    06 March 2018

    The Indonesian Ministry of Manpower and the International Labour Organization (ILO) signed a joint Protocol for Handling of Non-Tolerable Cases (Zero Tolerance Protocol/ZTP) at the Ministry of Manpower office in Jakarta on 5 March 2018.

  9. Protocol for Handling of Non-Tolerable Cases (Zero Tolerance Protocol) between Directorate General of Labor Inspection and OSH – Ministry of Manpower of The Republic of Indonesia and Better Work Indonesia – International Labour Organization

    05 March 2018

    Document of ZTP defines non-tolerable violations of workers’ rights cases and the coordination mechanism between the BWI team and Labor Inspectors at both the National and Provincial levels.

  10. Employment and growth in Indonesia (1990–2015)

    28 February 2018

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 239