27 June 2016
Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) is a framework that ILO uses as a basis to deliver technical cooperation to ILO member States and in particular to strengthen the technical and institutional capacity of the tripartite constituents in the country.
14 - 16 June 2016
The seminar aims at supporting national institutions in design, implementation and evaluation of social protection programs for the implementation of National Flooring Social protection.
13 June 2016
The ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste has held two commemoration activities in Indonesia and Timor-Leste to campaign against child labour, including a multimedia presentation, a live talkshow, a drama play and media interviews.
12 June 2016
This year, the focus for World Day Against Child Labour – marked on 12 June - is on child labour and supply chains. With 168 million children still in child labour, all supply chains, from agriculture to manufacturing, services to construction, run the risk that child labour may be present.
10 June 2016
The focus of the 2016 World Day Against Child Labour is on child labour and supply chains. Supply chains are the sequence of activities/processes involved in the production and distribution of a product.
8 June 2016
With 168 million children still in child labour, all supply chains, from agriculture to manufacturing, services to construction, run the risk that child labour may be present.
Tripartite Meeting on Strategic Planning for the Implementation of Decent Work Country Programme DWCP for Timor-Leste 2016-2020
31 May 2016
Effective social dialogue between the Government institutions, the employers and workers’ organizations is recognized as the most effective means in achieving Decent Work goals. Therefore, the launch of DWCP will be followed by a tripartite meeting to re-engage tripartite commitment and encourage social dialogue toward the realization of Timor-Leste DWCP 2016-2020.
31 May 2016
The Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) for Timor-Leste is developed by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in collaboration with The Secretariat of State for Professional Training and Employment Policies (SEPFOPE), the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Timor-Leste (CCI-TL) and the Timor-Leste Trade Union Confederation (KSTL).
6 May 2016
The Government of Timor-Leste is implementing the Guide for Economic Reform and Growth (GRFE) led by the Minister of State, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs (MECAE). The Guide aims to boost private investment, sustainable employment and economic diversification.
22 March 2016
Decent work is the ILO's primary goal for everyone, including persons with disabilities. The ILO has worked for over 50 years to promote skills development and employment opportunities for people with disabilities based on the principles of equal opportunity, equal treatment, mainstreaming into vocational rehabilitation.
15 March 2016
To date of 300,000 workers have been tested under the VCT@Work programme in priority provinces. A significant amount of data has been collected through this program which can be analyzed to plan future programs that reach those who are most in need.
Initial Partner Orientation Workshop, Bilateral Consultations and Tripartite Meeting on the Development of the National Action Plan on Child and Forced Labour in Timor-Leste
29 February 2016
In Timor-Leste, interventions are taking place under both research and statistics and also capacity building and strategic policy development.
Workshop on the Proposed Law on the Contributory Scheme of Establishment of Social Security under the Progressive Organization of a Social Security System
24 February 2016
The Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste deliberates the right to security and social assistance, according to the law, and it is for the State to promote, as far as resources, the establishment of a social security system.
17 - 18 February 2016
Two-day Conference demonstrating the commitment and responses of Indonesia to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Conference will be attended by key Indonesian labour actors and will be facilitated by ILO's experts and specialists.
Mobilizing the Private Sector to Deliver HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Care in High Prevalence Areas of Papua and West Papua
18 - 21 January 2016
The ILO, supported by Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), is mobilizing private sector in HIV and AIDS programme for workers in Tanah Papua. Since the project started in May 2014, the ILO has worked with Sorong and Jayapura District Labour Offices to implement HIV and AIDS programmes in the workplace.
Workshop on Reviewing Training Curriculum/Syllabus and Modules on Housekeeping, Laundry and Family Cooking for Domestic Workers
12 January 2016
The PROMOTE Project is currently developing working skills curriculum for in-country domestic workers, covering housekeeping (including laundry) and family cooking based on the 2015 SKKNI.
21 - 23 December 2015
The Business Opportunities and Support Services (BOSS) Project supports the Institute for Business Support (IADE) of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs in boosting local economic development, enhancing Government service delivery and creating quality employment in rural areas by expanding market access for micro and small enterprises (MSEs), strengthening local contractors and improving the provision of business development services.
Sensitization Activities on Child and Forced Labour: Raise Awareness Campaigns at District Level in Timor-Leste
18 December 2015
ILO’s Global Action Plan (GAP) set out in 2006 with the aim to eliminate child labour proposed to the members States to commit themselves to the elimination of all worst forms of child labour by 2016.
16 December 2015
The Timorese private sector faces a myriad of impediments, including the lack of market access for products and services, the ineffective utilization of local resources or opportunities, and the limited and often ineffective involvement of civil works contractors in Government service delivery such as infrastructure works.
15 - 16 December 2015
Homeworkers are known as an invisible group since majority of them work from their own houses, not at the factories or premises of the employers, and therefore, have limited access to information and supervision.