This is a list of official ILO press releases issued by the ILO office in Jakarta and Timor-Leste. Some are available in multiple languages, indicated on the top of each release. The most recent release is at the top.
Commemoration of ILO 90 Years: ILO – Ministry of Manpower to hold joint tripartite dialogue and photo exhibition
20 April 2009
The International Labour Organization (ILO) will mark its 90th anniversary with a world-wide series of activities, including a high-level event in collaboration with the Indonesian Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration (MoMT): a joint photo exhibition and a tripartite dialogue.
14 April 2009
The promotion of youth employment is one of the most critical challenges Indonesia is facing today. Nearly 2 million Indonesian young women and men enter the labour market each year. Nationwide, Indonesia’s youth is six times more likely than adults to be without work, representing an alarming youth employment rate of 31%. As a result, the full potential of the majority of Indonesian youth is not being realized because they do not have access to productive jobs.
31 March 2009
The International Labour Organization (ILO) through its Job Opportunities for Youth (JOY) project is actively promoting local economic development (LED) as an alternative development approach. To do so, the ILO operates in two districts of East Java, Malang and Pasuruan, where LED forums have been created and include members of the private sector, government and civil societies.
20 March 2009
Tripartite officials representing government, employers and trade unions will meet at Salak Hotel, Bogor (23-25 March), to look at ways of promoting better workplace through preventing harassment in the workplace. Workplace safety and productivity can be inhibited by prevailing discriminative treatments of workers that lead up to some forms of harassment. Attention to workplace harassment has traditionally been focused on physical violence/harassment.
09 May 2008
The press release focuses on The YEP Programme which will provide job opportunities for up to 70,000 in-school and out-of-school young women and men across all districts through career guidance, self-employment promotion, and short-term employment creation.
28 March 2008
The recruitment process for Indonesian and Vietnamese migrant workers in the Republic of Korea will be discussed at two international meetings being organized by the ILO and the Government of Korea.