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.

What's new

  1. Newsletter

    ILO Jakarta newsletter, April 2014

    Describes briefly in English and Bahasa Indonesia with pictures the programmes and activities of the ILO in Indonesia, many of which are directly relevant to the national social and economic goals of the Government of Indonesia.

  2. Newsletter

    ILO Timor-Leste newsletter, April 2014

    Illustrates the broad range of programmes and activities of the ILO in Timor-Leste, many of which are directly relevant to the national social and economic goals of the Government.

  1. Workshop

    Workshop on Mainstreaming Child Labour through Education Programme in Tangerang District
    Tangerang, 20 - 22 May 2014

    The International effort to achieve education for all and the progressive elimination of child labour are still challenges. Therefore, it is important to establish the link in policy making, to mainstream child labour concern into the education sector.

  2. Campaign

    The Commemoration of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work: Promoting OSH at the SMEs in Indonesia
    Jakarta, 28 April 2014

    The event is part of the awareness-raising campaign intended to focus international attention on emerging trends in the field of OSH and on the magnitude of work-related injuries, diseases and fatalities worldwide.

  3. Campaign

    Video Screening on disability inclusion for UN Agencies staff UNPRPD – Indonesia
    Jakarta, 10 April 2014

    The main objectives of the video screening is to raise better awareness of staff members of UN Agencies staff on disability rights, especially on barriers faced in accessing employment, sharing of experience of those already at workplace, accessibility and the expectation from the side of persons with disabilities.

  4. Seminar

    Collective Bargaining, Wage Policy and Productivity in Indonesia: Roles and Responsibilities
    Jakarta, 10 - 13 March 2014

    During June-July 2012, the ILO conducted a diagnostic process on freedom of association and collective bargaining (FoA and CB) rights in the export processing sector in Indonesia. On this basis, a national plan of action 2013 – 2015 on FoA and CB rights in the export sector in Indonesia has been developed by the tripartite constituents.

  5. Articles

    Domestic workers: The need to speed up change
    By Malte Luebker, ILO economist, Bangkok

    Over the course of two years, Kartika Puspitasari, a 30-year-old Indonesian domestic worker, was assaulted by her Hong Kong employers, who would burn her with an iron and beat with a bike chain. The trial judge called her treatment “cruel” and “inhumane”.

  6. Article with Video

    'Money finds us!' - Enriching the vegetable harvest in Timor-Leste
    Maubisse, Timor-Leste, 28 February 2014

    How an ILO supported project helped a local community to improve their farming practices, develop their market access, create jobs and support the development of small and medium-sized enterprises.

  7. Press release

    Reinforcing the role of decent work in equitable growth a core priority, Says New ILO Report
    Launched in Jakarta, 17 Desember 2013

    Highlights that Indonesia has faced adjustments in its macroeconomic indicators in 2013, and these adjustments have been reflected in a decline in the employment situation. While there has been progress on selected indicators, such as educational attainment and formal employment, challenges remain, particularly on labour productivity, access to social protection and wages.

  8. Workshop

    Accelerating action towards the elimination of Worst Form of Child Labour in ASEAN
    Jakarta-Indonesia, 16th- 18th December 2013

    The workshop is pursuant to the adoption of the ASEAN Roadmap on the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour last November at the 5th SLOM Working Group on Progressive Labour Practices, and a direct follow up to the recent 3rd Global Conference on Child Labour held in Brasilia in October.

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