Video and audio stories

The ILO Country Office for Indonesia (CO-Jakarta) produces a range of video products, including news stories, interviews, and other promotional films. Click on the relevant link to view each story. Inquiries about usage or reproduction of materials should be sent by email.

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  1. SCORE - Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises in Indonesia (Part 2/2)

    10 January 2011

    Does increasing enterprise competitiveness come at the expense of better working conditions? The ILO's SCORE project in Indonesia demonstrates that the opposite is true: Enterprises trained by the project have become more productive and quality-oriented as working conditions have improved. For more information visit

  2. SCORE - Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises in Indonesia (Part 1/2)

    10 January 2011

    Does increasing enterprise competitiveness come at the expense of better working conditions? The ILO's SCORE project in Indonesia demonstrates that the opposite is true: Enterprises trained by the project have become more productive and quality-oriented as working conditions have improved. For more information visit


  1. Indonesia: The hidden diamond from the Baliem Valley

    10 November 2010

    The documentary portrays the success of the women of Wamena in Papua who actively contribute to their communities' economic livelihoods. It also shares the lessons learn on how the capacity building activities introduced by the programme strengthened entrepreneurship skills among partner community members, particularly women, to manage their enterprises effectively and generate greater and self employment opportunities.

  2. Global Voices: How the Crisis Has Affected You

    13 September 2010

    ILO TV interviews entrepreneurs, young people, unemployed people, employers and workers from around the world asking "how has the crisis affected you?". The collection of voices was shown at the 13 September joint ILO-IMF conference "The Challenges of Growth, Employment and Social Cohesion" in Oslo.

  3. Indonesia - Domestic Workers: Part 6 Working contract

    28 April 2010

    A fair contract, which understandable and agreed by both employer and domestic worker, is a fundamental aspect for protecting the rights of domestic workers as enjoyed by other groups of workers. Even though at the moment the existence of a working contract between domestic worker and employer sounds like an alien idea, this video shows us how some employers, including Indonesia entertainment stars such as Shanaz Haque and Farhan, can correctly emphasize the need of a working contract which will benefit not only a domestic worker but an employer as well.

  4. Indonesia - Domestic Workers: Part 5 Health

    27 April 2010

    At the moment, there is no Government's health care program for domestic workers in Indonesia, and yet, it does not make Riris Sarumpaet, an employer, ignores the need of taking good care of the health condition of her domestic worker. This video shows us how in such situation, where domestic workers has no guarantee of their social security, the employers still need to pay attention to the health condition of their domestic workers as part of ways for respecting the employment relationship between the two.

  5. Indonesia - Domestic Workers: Part 4 Working environment

    26 April 2010

    As other workers, a domestic workers need to work in a situation where they fully understand and enjoy the respect and fulfilment of their rights; a situation where their duty can be done properly without avoiding respect to their needs as human being. The implementation of a decent working hour, rest time, and other employment aspects would create a good working environment for both domestic worker and his/her employer.

  6. Indonesia - Domestic Workers: Part 3 Overtime

    25 April 2010

    This video, through the characters of Mirdalena and Aliyah, gives the example of how an employer respects her domestic worker by providing her over time fee. The employer pays the overtime every time she needs her domestic workers' assistance longer than the regular working hours and on holidays. In the context of Indonesia, and in the absence of working hour regulation for domestic workers as it should be, this video has a message which in line with ILO's role for creating decent work for all with regard to overtime.

  7. Indonesia - Domestic Workers: Part 2 Salary

    24 April 2010

    While other workers have different set of minimum wage standards for their income, there is no standard yet in Indonesia for the salary of domestic workers. In the meantime, it is heavily depend on the employer's generosity. In this circumstances, and as part of the campaign and program of the ILO for creating decent work for all, this video has a main message for the viewers: the work load and the need of the domestic workers and his/her family have to be considered wisely when setting up the salary level of the domestic worker.

  8. Indonesia - Domestic Workers: Part 1 Myths

    23 April 2010

    In Indonesia, most households consider the relationship between domestic workers and employers as a non-employment relationship. If you ask them, many will answer that it is more as a "family relationship" rather than an employment-relationship. Without opposing the positive meaning of "family relationship", this video emphasizes that beyond the personal relationship and approach, however, domestic worker's rights as workers should be respected and protected as it is applies to others workers, as clearly promoted by Atiqah Hasiholan, an Indonesian young female rising movie star.

  9. Indonesia: The Maluku Youth Sailing the Sea

    01 April 2010

    The short film highlights the youth employment project in the Aru Island of Maluku, showing that the skills of unemployed youths in the remote area could be improved through an integrated training approach. The trainings, in turn, helped them to get a job in a big fishery company. The project applied an integrated 4 in 1 approach and promoted good synergy among local government, NGO, company and trade union.


  1. Timor-Leste: Getting People to Work and Work to People

    01 June 2009

    The documentary shows efforts taken by the ILO's Skills Training for Gainful Employment Programme (STAGE) to boost the employability of the people of Timor-Leste, promote gainful employment, especially in rural areas, reduce poverty and promote economic growth. This programme is funded by the European Commission, as part of a larger UN programme on rural development managed by UNDP.

  2. Indonesia: Skills Training for Young Women and Men

    20 April 2009

    This short film talks about a computer job training program for young people in Makassar, Indonesia. It illustrates the teaching-learning activities of the trainers and the trainees, their hopes and dreams, the challenges they face, and the impact on the trainees. It also captures the success stories of the Lapenkop graduates, how they are improving their lives and how they are starting their own businesses.

  3. Indonesia: Enhancing Entrepreneurship Culture in Education

    15 April 2009

    This short film looks at the learning-teaching activities at SMK Santo Yosef Menuk, a Senior High School in Atambua, Nusa Tenggara Timur province, in Indonesia. It shows how the school promotes entrepreneurship as a future career option and its impact on students.

  4. Indonesia: Introducing the World of Work through Entrepreneurship

    15 April 2009

    This short film illustrates the initiatives and efforts, with support from the ILO, taken by the Career Assistance Centre (CAC) of the University of Surabaya in Surabaya, East Java, to help young people to choose a suitable career and to assist the Provincial Manpower Office in developing facilities for job seekers. It shows their efforts to assist young people in seeking job opportunities online and to develop professional job applications.

  5. Indonesia: Promoting self-employment for young people

    10 April 2009

    The short film captures the experiences of Lapenkop (a training institution) in Kupang, Nusa Tenggara Timur. It illustrates the teaching-learning activities between the trainers and the trainees, hopes and dreams of the trainers and the trainees, challenges faced by the trainers and trainees, the impact to the trainees. It also captures the success stories of the Lapenkop graduates and how they improve their lives as well as how they start businesses.

  6. Indonesia: Unlocking the Potentials - Profile of a Young Entrepreneur

    05 April 2009

    This short film tells the story of young entrepreneur, Wahyu Aditya. Winner of the 2007 International Young Creative Entrepreneur of the Year award from the British Council, the film captures his journey to become a successful entrepreneur of a film animation company, Hello;Motion. It shows the challenges he faced, the strategies he applied, his hopes and dreams for the future, and his aim to inspire other young people.


  1. Multimedia on HIV and migration

    31 December 2008

    Produced jointly with the funding through the HIV and AIDS and Indonesian Migrant Workers Project, ILO Jakarta. Voice in Bahasa Indonesia; subtitle in English.


  1. Preparing youth for work through apprenticeships (PT. PAL) (only in Bahasa)

    12 December 2006

    This short film illustrates the efforts made by the ILO together with PT PAL in Surabaya, East Java, in reducing the gap between the world of school to the world of work through an internship program, where children who do apprenticeship can recognize the real world of work and no longer awkward to apply their knowledge.

  2. The Sweet Taste of Success

    19 October 2006

    Out of the destruction and tragedy of the December 2004 Tsunami, people like Asriana have overcome grief and financial ruin to start life anew. A business training course run by the ILO in Banda Aceh, has helped Asriana develop her business skills and turn a donut-making enterprise into a success.