Timor-Leste resources

July 2019

  1. Promoting the ratification of ILO conventions in Timor-Leste

    The ILO promotes the ratification of three ILO Conventions in Timor-Leste that are relevant with the needs and conditions of this young country. Since its independence in 2002, Timor-Leste has made significant progress.

  2. Employers and workers of Timor-Leste agree to promote constructive industrial relations

    Representatives of employers’ and workers’ organizations sat down together bilaterally for the first time, facilitated by the ILO. They agreed to build a social dialogue culture in the country as a means to develop greater trust and constructive industrial relations in the country.

  3. Towards improved, effective dispute settlement mechanism in Timor-Leste

    As a young democratic country, Timor-Leste continues to improve its dispute resolution mechanism. An ILO mediation training has strengthened the capacity of mediators in Timor-Leste to improve its dispute settlement mechanism.

  4. Project Brief (2019): Enhancing Rural Access Agro-Forestry Project (ERA Agro-Forestry)

  5. Opening Remarks of the ILO Head Of Mission in Timor-Leste by the Officer-in-Charge

  6. Mediation in labour relations

    Presentation of Arun Kumar, Collective Bargaining and Social Dialogue Specialist, ILO-DWT Bangkok

  7. Mediation in labour relations: what can we learn from other countries?

    Presentation of Arun Kumar, Collective Bargaining and Social Dialogue Specialist, ILO-DWT Bangkok

  8. Better communication in industrial relation mediation

    Presentation of Maiko Amano, Associate Expert ILO-Jakarta

  9. Tripartite Dialogue and Capacity Building for Strengthening Mediation as Dispute Resolution Mechanism

    8 - 9 July 2019

    Promoting good labour market governance institutions is one of the three major priorities identified in the Decent Work Country Programme for Timor-Leste 2016-2020.

May 2019

  1. Inauguration of Maliana – Saburai rural road in Bobonaro Municipality

    TThe Ministry of Public Works (MPW), inaugurated one of its rehabilitated core rural roads, the Maliana – Saburai road in Bobonaro Municipality.