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  1. Media Training Workshop Reporting on Gender Equality in Employment

    19 - 20 January 2013, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia

    As part of the advocacy and awareness-raising strategy, and also to support greater policy debate and the development of reform initiatives, it is important that the media are aware of issues of discrimination in employment against women, are equipped to effectively report on these issues and to generate news stories to cover challenges affecting women’s employment opportunities.

  2. National and Provincial Workshops on Access to Employment and Decent Work

    14 - 18 January 2013, Malang, Jakarta and Medan, Indonesia

    The ILO Project under the Access to Employment and Non-Discrimination component of MAMPU is designed to promote economic and social empowerment of women through strategies that strengthen women’s access to and equitable involvement in formal employment and decent work in Indonesia.

  3. A Series of Value Chain Analysis and Business Investment Survey for Five Local Competitive Products

    1 January - 31 March 2013, Papua and West Papua Provinces, Indonesia

    The Institutionalizing Sustainable Livelihood Development is one year project funded by the Government of New Zealand and implemented by the International Labour Organization. This project aims at contributing to improved community welfare, in particular of indigenous Papuans through the functioning of local Government and civil society basic systems and processes for sustainable livelihood development in Papua region.


  1. The Commemoration of the International Migrant Day: The 2012 Review – Progress, Opportunities and Challenges on Labour Migration

    18 December 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    The 2012 review is conducted as part of raising the media awareness concerning issues related to labour migration.

  2. Advancing HIV-sensitive Social Protection in Indonesia: A National Stakeholder Consultation

    21 November 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Indonesia, Thailand and India have the largest number of people living with HIV in the Asia Pacific region. During 2001-2009, the number of Indonesian people living with HIV grew more than thirty fold. The number of provinces reporting HIV cases also jumped from 11 in 2004 to 33 provinces by 2009.

  3. Joint UNIPP-PRO 169 National Workshop on Indigenous Peoples Issues in Indonesia

    19 - 20 November 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Indigenous and tribal peoples constitute at least 5,000 distinct peoples with a population of more than 370 million in the world, living in 70 different countries, including Indonesia. With 1,072 different ethnic groups, including 11 ethnic groups with a population of over one million people, Indonesia is considered one of the world’s most culturally diverse nations.

  4. Closing Seminar UNDP/ILO Project: Creating Jobs—Capacity Building for Local Resource Based Road Works in Aceh and Nias

    13 November 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    The MDF-funded UNDP/ILO Project ‘Creating Jobs: Capacity Building for Local Resource-based Road Works in Selected Districts in Aceh and Nias’ has been implemented since March 2006. The Project was designed to respond to the needs to increase implementation capacities in reconstructing essential infrastructure following the disasters in Aceh and Nias.

  5. ILO-SCORE Campaign: Sukses Milik Bersama

    1 November - 21 December 2012, Jakarta and Makassar, Indonesia

    To assist Indonesian SMEs to be more productive, competitive and sustainable, the ILO through its Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprises (SCORE) programme is conducting a Campaign, Sukses Milik Bersama, in Jakarta and Makssar, aimed to promote the importance of co-operation between workers and management as a source of mutual prosperity

  6. Pelagandong Peace Festival 2012

    27 - 29 September 2012, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia

    Maluku Province consists of various ethnic, religion and race in which each entity has own culture, habitual and traditions as well as specific local economic activities. These potential resources would be powerful to lift up peace messages while promoting local products in a gathering event at District level, called ‘peaceful festival’.

  7. Project Introduction and Mapping of Disability Projects

    26 - 27 September 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    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.

  8. Launch of the Indonesia Decent Work Country Programme 2012 – 2015

    19 September 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    The DWCP is taking into account the priorities of Indonesia’s Government, focus on the ILO’s mandate and focus on its tripartite constituents. The ILO is assisting its member States adopt the decent work goals as national objectives. In accordance with national characteristics and possibilities, the ILO combines advocacy, demonstration and technical cooperation in helping countries define and implement Decent Work strategies.

  9. Light Meals Training and Entrepreneurship Training for Unemployed Youth in Mentawai Islands

    13 - 25 September 2012, North and South Pagai, Mentawai Islands, Indonesia

    The Mentawai islands livelihoods recovery programme therefore aims at supporting the recovery of the productive economy in among 501 households in Pagai Utara and Pagai Selatan communities affected by the 2010 earthquake and tsunami through supporting recovery of the agriculture and fisheries sectors, facilitating development of the agricultural and fishery value chain and supporting strategic planning on basic service provision, including water and sanitation.

  10. Official launch of the Strategic Plan on Sustainable Tourism and Green Jobs for Indonesia, 13 September 2012, Bali, Indonesia.

    13 September 2012, Singgasana Hotel Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia

    Through a large consultation process at national level and provincial level involving more than 250 experts, the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy with technical support from the ILO Green Jobs Asia project has developed a strategic plan to promote sustainable tourism and green jobs with decent work in Indonesia.

  11. Green Jobs in Asia Regional Conference

    29 - 31 August 2012, Singgasana Hotel Surabaya, Surabaya, Indonesia

    On 29-31 August 2012, a tripartite regional workshop will discuss the Green Jobs in Asia project to highlight successful approaches, areas of improvement and the way forward. Representatives from GJA will include Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. They will be joined by additional countries with Green Jobs experience: China, Fiji, India and Thailand.

  12. Launch of the New Study on Trade in Services and Employment in Indonesia

    12 July 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Services are an important part of Indonesia’s global trade and thus have a significant impact on the domestic labour market and employment. This applies especially to employment generated through services exports, which grew at a moderate rate in the 2000s.

  13. Indonesia – Korea CSR Forum

    4 July 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    The forum brings together more than 100 Korean companies and national business community leaders across Indonesia to further discuss and be more familiar with the guidance provided by global standards compliance and national regulations of Indonesia.

  14. Commemorating the World Day Against Child Labour 2012 in Indonesia

    20 - 30 June 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    The ILO through its Child Labour and Education Project will conduct a series of activities to commemorate the World Day at the national level in Indonesia with a variety of activities throughout June 2012.

  15. Launch of Decent Work Country Profile for Indonesia

    23 May 2012, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Through the Decent Work Country Profile for Indonesia the constituents can take stock of the progress made in Indonesia since 1996, and the remaining challenges and the policies required to address them.

  16. Roll-Out Training for Experienced Ecotour Guides

    14 - 16 May 2012, Senaru, Lombok , Indonesia

    The main purpose of the roll-out training for ecotour guides is to provide experienced tour-guides, as well as potential ecotour guides, the opportunity to develop the necessary skills to plan and manage ecotours in line with the national competency standards for ecotour guides defined by the Indonesian Government.

  17. Roll-Out Training for Beginner Ecotour Guides

    11 - 13 May 2012, Sembalun, West Nusatenggara, Indonesia

    Under this activity, participants will be trained on the skills requirements to meet national ecotour guide competency standards, aimed at enabling participants to enhance their abilities and increase their employability within the tourism industry.

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