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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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.

  12. Future of Work: Interview with Hari Nugroho, universitas Indonesia

    01 August 2017

    Hari Nugroho from the universitas Indonesia explains how will societies address the challenge of digitalization.

  13. Children Forum of Jakarta to support the elimination of child domestic workers

    22 July 2017

    The video documents a half-day event conducted by the ILO through its Promoting Decent Work for Domestic workers (PROMOTE) Project, titled “Youth Sensitization Forum”, to discuss and examine with students from Children Forum of Jakarta the important role of domestic workers and the urgent need to eliminate child domestic labour.

  14. Highlights of support to the elimination of child domestic workers

    22 July 2017

    The video captures highlights of the ILO’s event, “Youth Sensitization Forum”, held in July 2017 in which students from Children Forum of Jakarta actively involved in the advocacy campaign to eliminate child domestic labour and expressed their supports to the elimination of child domestic workers by sharing and disseminating information related to child domestic workers through social media accounts, school activities as well as family occasions.

  15. Arising Hopes from the Foot of Sinabung

    12 July 2017

    The video documents best practices and human stories of the ILO’s Mt. Sinabung Recovery Support Programme as part of a joint UN effort, aimed to improve community welfare in the Karo District through capacity building and training programmes using competency-based training, financial education, enterprise development and microfinance development. It also captures the journey of local beneficiaries in starting their businesses and rebuilding their lives.

  16. Rural Road for Development (R4D) – Phase II

    05 July 2017

    R4D is the leading rural roads program in Timor-Leste, supporting the development of the rural roads sector in the country. R4D is aligned with the Government of Timor-Leste’s Strategic Development Plan 2011- 2030 and the Programs of the Constitutional Government. R4D is implemented by the Government of Timor-Leste through the National Directorate of Roads, Bridges and Flood Control in the Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Communications.

  17. Occupational Safety and Health and Youth in Indonesia: talkshow in Radio Motion FM

    28 April 2017

    Young workers should be more aware of the risks and hazards associated with their industry sector, their rights at work when it comes to occupational safety and health (OSH), and should be directly involved in solutions together with employers and the Government, in line with a vision of zero work-related injuries, diseases and deaths.

2016

  1. The Indonesia Business and Disability Network (IBDN) - Promoting inclusive workplaces: talkshow in Radio Sonora

    16 December 2016

    Indonesia continues to move towards inclusive business with the establishment of the IBDN in December 2016. The five companies that have jointly established the IBDN were PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk, PT L'Oréal Indonesia, Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia, PT TetraPak Stainless Engineering and PT Trans Retail Indonesia. The IBDN was established jointly with support from relevant partners, such as disabled persons’ organizations (DPOs), the Ministry of Manpower, the ILO and the National Social Security Provider for Employment (BPJS Ketenagakerjaan).

  2. Promoting employment and enhancing business linkages in Indonesia: talkshow in Radio Sonora

    15 November 2016

    The talkshow was held during a workshop to look at ways in which business could further advance the principles of the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration).

  3. Improving workplace safety and health within the household (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    12 October 2016

    Instructional videos that provide technical guidance for domestic workers (PRT) and also employers to improve workplace safety and health (K3) within the household.