26 - 28 February 2015
Improving labour standards in the global supply chains is an important part of a pro-poor development strategy. Ensuring that workers’ rights and entitlements are protected would help distribute the benefits of trade. In order to take advantage of these opportunities, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) collaborate in developing the Better Work programme for better labour standards in global supply chains and extending the coverage to Indonesia.
Economic and Social Council 2015 Integration Segment - "Achieving sustainable development through employment creation and decent work for all": Indonesia country level consultation
24 - 25 February 2015
For 2015, the Integration Segment is being organized by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs in collaboration with the International Labour Organization (ILO). It aims to bring together key stakeholders to focus on how the creation of good quality jobs could be a tool for promoting the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development, and to identify policy choices and possible trade-offs that could arise from an integrated approach.
National Meetings of Labour Migration Data Focal Points, Lao PDR (18th February), Cambodia (27th February), Indonesia (2nd March)
18 February - 2 March 2015
National level meetings are held in three countries to assist their contribution to the International Labour Migration Statistics (ILMS) third phase, which will commence in July 2015.
Identifying, Organizing and Advocating Women Homeworkers and Women Workers with Disabilities: Building Consensus on the Way Forward
10 - 12 February 2015
In order to address common challenges in implementing the initiatives, as well as facilitate sharing among stakeholders on lessons learned and good practices in organizing and advocating women homeworkers, a Knowledge Sharing Workshop is organized at the national level. This workshop shall support the development of consensus among constituents and stakeholders on the way forward for the Project.
29 January 2015
In the context of the ILO’s Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization, which provides scope for assisting Members in strengthening their research capacity, empirical knowledge and understanding of how the strategic objectives of employment, social protection, social dialogue and rights at work interact with each other to contribute to inclusive development, the ILO and the Government of Indonesia have undertaken a number of activities related to employment modelling to better understand how to promote employment in Indonesia.
Training of Trainers for Implementing Partners and Homeworker Group Leaders on Advocacy, Organizing, Legal Literacy, Leadership and Gender
24 - 31 January 2015
The ILO MAMPU Project aims to improve access to employment and decent work for poor, vulnerable and marginalized women in conditions of equality in Indonesia. The Project Phase 2 has been implemented since February 2014 by engaging 4 partner non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and 6 partner trade unions (TUs).
Trade Union Regional Workshop on Capacity Building of Domestic Workers Organizations and Elimination of Child Domestic Work
15 - 17 December 2014
The purpose of this meeting is to provide a fora for trade unions, domestic workers’ organisations and other stakeholders to discuss and share innovative approaches to reduce child domestic work through the promotion of decent work for domestic workers.
10 - 16 December 2014
The Director General of the International Labour Organization (ILO), Mr Guy Ryder, will visit to Indonesia and Timor-Leste from 10 to 16 December 2014. This is the first time that a Director General of the ILO comes to both countries. This is an important momentum for the ILO as well as Indonesia and Timor-Leste. They provide an opportunity to discuss and examine labour and employment issues at both global and national levels.
4 - 18 December 2014
Recognizing that it is important to promote decent work for all, including for people with disabilities, it is imperative to collect data on the prevalence, characteristics and working conditions of homeworkers including homeworkers with disabilities in order to document and understand the barriers to decent work that they experience.
3 December 2014
The media can play an important role in removing some barriers in daily lives of persons with disabilities – physical, attitudinal, legal, regulatory, communication – to encourage full participation of persons with disabilities in society and to develop their potential in achieving equal rights and opportunities.
The Launching of the ILO Design Study of the Single Referral System for the Extension of Social Protection in Indonesia
2 December 2014
Indonesia is moving towards an integrated social protection system. The Indonesian constitution recognizes the right to social security for all and the responsibility of the state in the development of social security. Law No.24/2011 on the National Social Security System mandates the extension of social security coverage to the whole population in the categories of health, work injury, old age pension, old-age lump-sum, and funeral benefit.
27 - 28 November 2014
As part of the Decent work for food security project, a participatory model for value chain development for decent work and sustainable rural development has been introduced in 13 communities/villages in Kupang district. Thus, the main objective of the workshop is to improve the capacity of 120 maize farmers in Takari and Amabi Oefeto sub districts.
Workshop on Combating Child Labour through Skills and Livelihoods Training for Older Children in Jakarta
24 - 26 November 2014
The workshop aims to improve the understanding of the livelihood skills training models in the agricultural sector which aims to tackle child labor as well as providing insight to the relevant stakeholder who play the role on child labor and training providers on the model of the training that can be implemented on any training program for out of school adolescents and youths to obtain expertise.
22 November 2014
C-BED on Campus is an exploration of youth, business and social movement. C-BED is a low-cost, easily implementable participatory training approach on business and management carried out without external trainers or resources.
5 - 7 November 2014
Since January 2014, the government of Indonesia has implemented Law No.40/2004 on National Social Security System that mandates the extension of social security coverage to the whole population in the classification of health, employment injury, provident fund of old-age benefit, pension, and death.
31 October 2014
Private sector holds an important role in creating and maintaining a sustainable programmes and policie sthat will protect the rights of their workers, including protecting them from HIV tranmissions. ILO works to engage private sectors to raise awareness and convince enteprises to take part in the initiatve, promote early HIV detection to their workers and provide refferal system for workers who test positive.
16 - 17 October 2014
The workshop is conducted aimed at promoting the inclusion of persons with disabilities alongside non-disabled people in programmes and services relating to employment promotion and economic and social development. I
13 - 14 October 2014
The workshop is conducted for better inclusion of persons with disabilities as beneficiaries of government’s programmes and projects, and for increased general knowledge and understanding on disability rights.
ACTRAV Symposium on the role of trade unions in the promotion of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in the Asia- Pacific region
1 - 3 October 2014
35 Union leaders from 14 countries in Asia and the Pacific will participate in the Symposium to place greater emphasis on Occupational Safety and Health and promote collective bargaining in the region.
Consultation/Validation Workshop on the Implementation of Mutual Recognition of Skills in ASEAN countries
24 - 26 September 2014
Consultation/Validation Workshop on the Implementation of Mutual Recognition of Skills in ASEAN countries was held on 24-26 September 2014 in Jakarta, Indonesia. This workshop is a follow up workshop from previous activities undertaken by the ILO to support the establishment of a regional skills and qualification frameworks. The workshop will present priority occupations identified by the AMS to employers’ and workers’ organizations for their validation. The workshop also plans to develop a tripartite action plan that will lead to the formation of a mutual skills recognition mechanism between AMS to achieve the free flow of skilled labor, one of the goals of the ASEAN Economic Community.