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.
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.
28 February 2018
EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 239
20 February 2018
The ILO conducts an innovative campaign to promote decent work for domestic workers. Through a series of short movies, the ILO organizes a campaign to encourage employers of workers to uphold the rights of domestic workers in their own homes.
14 February 2018
Domestic workers represent the single largest group of female salaried workers contributing to the households of others in their own country or abroad. To date, the ILO, based on the data from the Statistics-Indonesia (BPS), estimates that there were 4 million domestic workers in Indonesia; of these, around 85 thousands are children under the age of 18 years old.
11 February 2018
Awareness raising is one of the important actions to change the way the public perceive domestic workers. The lLO is launching 'We Have the Same Right"campaign in Makassar, South Sulawesi
09 February 2018
A campaign to improve the working conditions of domestic workers in Indonesia titled “We Have the Same Right” by reaching out to their employers and the public at large will be launched by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Bandar Lampung, on Saturday, 10 February, at Boemi Kedaton XXI, Lampung.
08 February 2018
The ‘We Have the Same Right’ Campaign focuses on the employers of domestic workers – encouraging them to uphold the rights of domestic workers in their own homes. The Campaign will be launched in three cities: Lampung, Makassar and Malang.
Improvement of Working Condition and Occupational Safety and Health for Workers in Oil Palm Plantation in Indonesia
With the support of the Government of Indonesia and the social partners, the ILO undertook a diagnostic process on working conditions in the palm oil sector in 2015. Based on the results of the diagnostic process, discussed in a tripartite setting in August 2015, the constituents agreed on a national plan of action on the promotion of decent work on oil palm plantations.
07 February 2018
This special edition of “Human Stories and Best Practices” documents and compiles inspiring and lifechanging experiences from university students of Java island.