20 November 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
Employment projection models are important analytical tools to monitor progress towards employment targets, including both the quantity and quality of employment. Such models also allow for assessment of the labour market impacts of economic or policy shocks. Furthermore, employment projections models can be used to project long-term sectoral and occupational employment, and thus can be used to address skills mismatch and inform educational and training reforms that may be required.
18 November 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
The Labour Inspection System (LIS) is at the core of labour administration since it ensures compliance with labour legislation. Labour Inspection services have been gaining recognition worldwide and increased support for their role within the labour relations framework. Nevertheless, in spite of their importance there is still a need for substantial quantitative information about labour inspection actions in order to improve planning and monitoring at the national level and to develop comparable studies between provincial and districts to monitor trends and good practices over time.
13 - 14 November 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
The Forum will facilitate the exchange and cooperation among participants on current policy initiatives, good practices and promising initiatives and ideas to inform better coordinated and integrated policies for inclusive growth and jobs and to inform the next Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJMN 2014 – 2019).
7 - 8 November 2013, Bali, Indonesia
ASEAN integration by 2015 is just around the corner. With the fast approaching deadline, businesses and those representing them in the ten ASEAN countries need be prepared for the free flow of goods and services as well as the unavoidable movement of labour and the challenges facing labour market integration.
30 September 2013, Bangkok, Thailand
This meeting will discuss the findings of the ILO scoping study that took stock of the developments on the ASEAN Economic Community goals of the free flow of skilled labour in the ASEAN Member States and will develop a collective Action Plan to pursue the Mutual Recognition of Skills in ASEAN. It will be attended by government representatives from ASEAN Member States and representatives from the regional workers’ and employers’ organization.
17 - 19 September 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
The EEO Guidelines, which cover all forms of discrimination but focus especially on gender-based discrimination, are intended to give effect to ILO’s Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951 (No.100) and Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No.111), and to assist with implementation of the Manpower Act.
12 - 13 September 2013, Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
This two-day regional tripartite meeting co-hosted by the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration of the Government of Indonesia and the ILO will present the international standards on work in fishing, share national policy and legislative framework among ASEAN Member States and States employing ASEAN workers, and share experiences on the protection of migrant workers in this sector in the region and around the world. The meeting will increase knowledge base and share data and research on the fishing sector and will consider recommendations for ASEAN regional partnerships and bilateral cooperation.
9 - 11 September 2013, Kupang, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia
The ILO through its SECTOR, has developed a holistic, multi-sectoral Decent Work for Food Security (DWFS) programme that works in partnership with other UN agencies and development actors to support its tripartite constituents – government, employers and workers – to give effect to their national and regional food security strategies and to achieve food security for all.
31 August - 8 September 2013, Jakarta, Lampung, Surabaya and Makassar, Indonesia
These series of trainings are aimed to improve journalists’ capacity in promoting decent work for domestic workers and elimination of child labour in domestic workers through mass media in Indonesia.
4 - 5 July 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
Trade reforms and openness have a significant impact on employment, particularly in developing countries. As Indonesia's economy has become increasingly dependent on trade, the impact of trade on employment in Indonesia is a subject of great interest but also major concern for the country.
10 - 17 June 2013, Jakarta, Sukabumi, Surabaya and Makassar, Indonesia
The ILO through its Decent Work for Domestic Workers to End Child Domestic Work (PROMOTE) Project, funded by the United States Department of Labour (USDOL), and the Child Labour and Education Project, funded by the Government of Netherlands, will conduct a series of activities to commemorate the World Day at the national level in Indonesia.
13 May 2013, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia
The youth employment challenge has its own dimensions regardless of their stage of socio-economic development. The underlying problems are the large number of young people entering the labour markets every year, the lack of employment opportunities in particular in poor economies and post-conflict countries, and the low quality of education and training without a proper link to the labour markets.
8 May 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
As an effort to provide better protection and recognition to Indonesian migrant domestic workers, the International Labour Organization (ILO), in collaboration with SmartFM Network, a leading radio station in Jakarta, will organize an interactive talkshow titled “Optimizing the Protection of Migrant Workers through Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements” on Wednesday, 8 May 2013, at FX Lifestyle X’nter in Jakarta.
8 May 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
A one-day IGEP Forum will be organized in Jakarta to promote and advocate green entrepreneurship to relevant stakeholders in Indonesia.
6 - 7 May 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
The rapid economic growth in many emerging markets in Asia Pacific has not been matched by a proportionate distribution of wealth, with an estimated 1.5 billion people in the region still unbanked and therefore economically disempowered. Increasing access to basic financial products and services is moving up the agenda of many international organisations.
1 May - 31 July 2013, Papua and West Papua Provinces, Indonesia
The trainings aim to provide business development services that will be delivered by Business Development Services Providers in Papua and West Papua Provinces.
16 - 18 April 2013, Bali, Indonesia
Extremely low wages for many workers in the formal and the informal economy are keeping millions of workers and their families in poverty. Wage growth in many countries has been lacking productivity growth. Policies in favour of systematic trade surpluses have deprived workers from their fair share of the wealth creation in money countries.
15 - 19 April 2013, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia
Every entrepreneur is a risk manager that, at all time, needs to evaluate the contingency measures necessary to stay in business and protect workforce and assets. It is a continuous process that should be articulated around a exible plan. A plan to be enacted when and if the disaster strikes.
4 April 2013, Jakarta, Indonesia
The fifth issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Indonesia analyses progress towards the goal of sustainable growth with equity. This report therefore shares an analysis of selected indicators that provide further insight to the quality of employment and macro-economic development in Indonesia.
1 April 2013, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
The Indonesia Green Entrepreneurship Program will assist the national Government in reducing unemployment and reducing GHG by creating new green entrepreneurs in various sectors of the economy in Indonesia.