ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste (CO-Jakarta)
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  1. ILO Country Office Jakarta (covers Indonesia and Timor-Leste)
    Menara Thamrin, 22nd Floor
    Jalan MH Thamrin Kav. 3
    Jakarta
    10250
    Indonesia
    Tel:+62 21 391 3112
    Fax:+62 21 310 0766
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ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste (CO-Jakarta)

The ILO Country Office for Indonesia (CO-Jakarta) is responsible for the ILO's programmes and activities in Indonesia and Timor-Leste. Labour and employment issues are at the top of the development agenda in both countries, calling for substantive ILO support.

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  1. Advertisement

    Call of Interest ILO-SCORE

    SCORE Indonesia invites proposals from organizations, institutions, public and private consultancies or training bodies, interested in adopting and delivering SCORE Training as part of their business training portfolio for SMEs – SMIs.

  1. Workshop

    Media Training for Disabled People’s Organizations
    Jakarta-Indonesia, 17-18 July 2014

    The role of media is crucial in shaping people’s mindset about disability and to help addressing stereotypes and misconception about disability.

  2. Workshop

    Employment Projections and Labour Market Information: Technical Review and Validation Workshop
    Jakarta-Indonesia, 16-17 July 2014

    The objective of inclusive and sustainable job-rich growth in Indonesia is outlined in the GoI's commitment to 'pro-jobs' and 'pro-poor' growth within its development agenda. To support the realization of job rich growth, it is important that medium term development strategies plan for job creation. Using models to establish employment projections are an important part of planning for employment.

  3. Workshop

    Sensitization Workshop on Employment Social Security Programme
    Bandung-West Java-Indonesia, 7-8 July 2014

    The commitment to social protection is reflected in the Indonesian constitution (1945) that translated to the Law No. 40/ 2004 and the Law No.24/ 2011 as well as, recurrent at the Tripartite Indonesian Job Pacts (2011-2014) adopting the recommendation for ratification the ILO Convention 102.

  4. The ILO helps protect rights and
deliver HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

    Report

    Access to and Effects of Social Protection on Workers living with HIV and their Households
    Launched in Geneva, 30 June 2014

    Highlights the challenges faced by workers living with HIV and their households in accessing social protection programmes, examines the effects of such programmes on their lives and makes evidence-based recommendations.

  5. Meeting

    Meeting of Indonesia Multi Donor Fund Facility for Disaster Recovery (IMDFF-DR) Secretariat
    Bogor-West Java-Indonesia, 26-27 June 2014

    IMDFF-DR is a facility built by the Indonesia government with the development partners in order to support the disaster management according to the Law Number 24 Year 2007.

  6. Event

    World Day against Child Labour: Indonesia to mark the World Day with focus on social protection
    Jakarta-Indonesia, 23 June 2014

    Taking the theme: “Extend Social Protection to Combat Child Labour”, the ILO, in collaboration with Yayasan Sekar, is organising an event at the educational shelter of Penjaringan, Jakarta to increase awareness on the existence of the social protection programmes and call for extension and improvement of efforts to fight and combat child labour in Indonesia.

  7. Assessment

    HIV Assessment in Papua and West Papua
    Papua and West Papua-Indonesia, 22-29 June 2014

    ILO is working in partnership with DFAT to develop and demonstrate a low cost model to deliver effective HIV prevention, counselling and testing and treatment support services through the private sector in Papua and West Papua.

  8. Workshop

    Union Workshop on Wage Fixing Policy
    Bogor-West Java-Indonesia, 16-18 June 2014

    Minimum wage has always been a difficult, complex and controversial question in Indonesia and in many developing countries in the world. Achieving a balance between the economic and social objectives of minimum wage setting is a continuing challenge for policy makers, employers and workers.

  9. Workshop

    Awareness Raising Seminar and Technical Workshop on Social Security Insurance-Employment (BPJS-Ketenagakerjaan)
    Jakarta-Indonesia, 16-17 June 2014

    In line with the Indonesia’s policy direction adopting universal coverage for social protection by implementing the universal health coverage, the GoI lead by the MoMT, now is developing Employment Social Security scheme that would revisit the current schemes of Death, Working Injury and Lump-sum old age benefit in which to be extended by pension programme through releasing number of its implementing regulations commencing 1st July 2015.

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