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.

For more videos, visit the ILO's main page.

2018

  1. Indonesian OSH Festival: Generation – Safety and Health

    28 April 2018

    The video captures highlights of the OSH Festival titled “Generation Safe and Healty”, organized by the ILO to commemorate the Wold Day for Safety and Health which falls on 28 April 2018.

  2. Building generation safe and healthy in Indonesia

    28 April 2018

    Manal Azzi, the ILO Occupational Safety and Health (OSH), presented the importance of ending child labour and promoting safe and healthy work for young people.

  3. Interactive dialogue on OSH between the Indonesian Minister of Manpower and youth

    28 April 2018

    The Indonesian Minister of Manpower, M. Hanif Dhakiri, conducted an interactive dialogue with around 100 Indonesian young workers and people participating at the commemoration of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work in Jakarta on 28 May 2018.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. Role and responsibilities of the DK3N Indonesia

    31 January 2018

    Rudiyanto, Deputy Chair of the National OSH Council (DK3N), was interviewed by Radio Elshinta during the Interactive talkshow – Hazards at the workplace, the importance of OSH; Jakarta, 31 January 2018.

  8. Hazards at the workplace, the importance of OSH

    31 January 2018

    Lusiani Julia, the National Programme Officer of the ILO CO-Jakarta, was interviewed by Radio Elshinta during the Interactive talkshow – Hazards at the workplace, the importance of OSH; Jakarta, 31 January 2018.

  9. Interactive talkshow – Hazards at the workplace, the importance of OSH

    31 January 2018

    Responding to current national OSH incidents, the ILO and its partners conducted an interactive discussion on the importance of occupational safety and health (OSH) in Jakarta. In collaboration with TV Elshinta, stay tune to this interactive discussion.

2017

  1. Rural Roads for Development steps up empowerment of women and people living with disabilities

    07 December 2017

    Roads for Development Program (R4D) is the Government of Timor-Leste’s leading rural roads program implemented by the Ministry of Development and Institutional Reform for Public Works, with financial support from the Government of Australia and technical support from the ILO.

  2. Rights of Domestic Workers for Decent Work

    31 October 2017

    The short multimedia captures 20 rights of domestic workers for decent work based on the ILO Convention No. 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers adopted in 2011. The ILO has continued to promote decent work for domestic workers and the elimination of child domestic labour.

  3. Promoting Decent Work for Domestic Workers: Key Achievements

    31 October 2017

    The multimedia features the strategies and programmes of the ILO’s Promoting Decent Work for Domestic Workers (PROMOTE) Project in Indonesia from 2013-2018. The multimedia also highlights key achievements of the ILO PROMOTE Project in promoting decent work for domestic workers and eliminating child domestic workers. The ILO-PROMOTE is funded by the United States Department of Labour (USDOL).

  4. We have the same right campaign: Good morning, Rida

    29 September 2017

    What will happen if a domestic worker does not show up for work in one important day for all the family members where she works. This is the experience of Rida, 30 years old, a young working mother who works as an architect. Rida and her family have to endure the chaotic domestic work while at the same time being pursued by job matters.

  5. We have the same right campaign: Mona

    29 September 2017

    Mona, 25 years old, is a domestic worker from Makassar, South Sulawesi. She has no day off and even when she accompanies her employer’s family to go on vacation, she still needs to work. She feels that she has no time for herself, for going out with her boyfriend and even for going home to meet her family.

  6. We have the same right campaign: When In sickness

    29 September 2017

    In a hospital, Rini, 25 years old, learns how expensive medical bill can be. She is concerned how she can pay the medical bill if she gets sick and has to be hospitalized. She is worried because she works as a domestic worker and is not protected and covered by the national health protection system.

  7. We have the same right campaign: Happy birthday, Alan

    29 September 2017

    During Alan’s 13th birthday, he screens his recorded video to his family members. It captures interesting moments in Alan’s daily life, a child with a special need. It also includes his moments together with his nanny, Bibi Nurul. It also captures disputes between Bibi Nurul and Alan’s mother over a written working contract.

  8. We have the same right campaign: Susi needs a job

    29 September 2017

    The heavy burden of domestic work can be unbearable for a child. Susi, a 14-year old girl, is going to Jakarta to become a domestic worker. She has to endure heavy burden and tiring domestic works that make her overwhelmed and exhausted.

  9. We have the same right campaign: Sukma's dream

    29 September 2017

    Sukma, 14 years old, is a young girl who dreams to go to school, paly with her friends and get together with her family. Yet, she has to work as a domestic worker, performing numerous jobs and tasks in a household.

  10. We have the same right campaign: Domestic workers in move to make a change

    29 September 2017

    The story flow is narrated by Yuni SR, a domestic worker who is also active in the citizen journalism. Yuni voices her experiences together with four other domestic workers: Leni who is active in the organization, Oom who is focused on policy advocacy, Ludiah who assists in paralegal and Misgi who becomes an instructor for skills classes for domestic workers. They all strive to improve their quality of works and fight to realize their labour rights to be recognized just like other workers.

  11. Promoting decent for domestic workers: Sutinah Hapsari

    10 August 2017

    Sutinah Hapsari is a domestic worker who is also active in advocating rights of domestic workers as workers. She lends her voice to bring the story of Ririn Sulastri, Chair of Domestic Workers Union of Tunas Mulia, Yogyakarta to life. Her monologue was part of the book launch titled “We Will not Be Silent: 31 Stories of Domestic Workers behind the Domestic Walls” in August 2017.