Events and meetings

2017

  1. Launching of Pilot Enterprises on Effective Collective Bargaining Programme

    28 February 2017

    To promote effective collective bargaining, the ILO will provide training and coaching to representatives of trade unions and management on negotiating and formulating collective bargaining agreement (CBA) in selected enterprises.

2016

  1. Launching of Indonesia Business and Disability Network (IBDN)

    16 December 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.

  2. Seminar on Achieving Double Bottom Line: Inclusive Finance and Social Performance Management

    14 December 2016

    Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) are an important source of employment and economic output in Indonesia. Almost 99.8 percent of over 57,900,000 firms in Indonesia are considered as micro and small enterprises1. MSEs provide jobs to over 93 percent of the labour force engaged in wage employment. However, in terms of value added MSEs contribute relatively less to GDP (43 percent) compared to medium and large businesses (57 percent).

  3. National Knowledge Sharing and Closing Workshop: ILO Decent Work for Food Security and Sustainable Rural Development Project in Nusa Tenggara Timur

    23 November 2016

    Decent work in the rural economy was set as one of the ILO’s eight Areas of Critical Importance (ACI) for the biennium 2014-2015. In response to the government of Indonesia’s request, a pilot project “Decent work for food security and rural development” was designed by the ILO in 2012 and discussed with the relevant stakeholders in Indonesia (Ministry of villages, disadvantaged regions and Transmigration, FAO, workers’ organizations and employers’ association).

  4. Promoting Responsible and Sustainable Business Practices in Indonesia: The lead role of the global hotel chains operating in Bali for promoting youth employment

    18 November 2016

    The MNE Declaration's approach to social and labour issues has directly influenced and guided policies of international and regional organizations, many multi-stakeholder initiatives as well as codes of conduct of enterprises of all sizes and structures.

  5. Sustainable and Responsible Business Practices within Enterprises: Pathways to Enhancing Industrial Relations in Indonesia

    16 November 2016

    Among the different business mandates, industrial relations is emerging from the side-lines of business concerns, as a key strategy for enterprise transformation, particularly when the intent is to capitalize on the ‘human’ component, collaboration and the social aspects of its operations.

  6. Promoting Employment and Enhancing Business Linkages in Indonesia

    15 November 2016

    The MNE Declaration is the only ILO instrument that provides direct guidance to enterprises on social policy and inclusive, responsible and sustainable workplace practices.

  7. Assessment of Labour Market Implications and Capacity-Building for Effective and Inclusive Implementation of the Indonesia National Determined Contribution

    1 - 4 November 2016

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) has taken the initiative to support interested parties to improve the understanding and measurement of labour implications of their Indonesia National Determined Contributions (INDCs) by making available assessment tools and facilitating dialogue on INDCs.

  8. Interactive Discussion on Youth Employment - The Future is Yours: Bridging the Gap of Work for Indonesian Youth

    29 October 2016

    The ILO has had a long-standing commitment to promote decent work for youth. Supported by a unique tripartite structure that brings together the key players in the world of work, ILO’s activities on youth employment around the world, including in Indonesia, span over advocacy, knowledge development and dissemination, policy and technical advice and capacity building services.

  9. Training for Labour Inspectors on Maritime Labour Convention

    25 - 27 October 2016

    Indonesian just recently ratified the MLC, 2006, and shows a strong commitment to provide protection in addition to protection for the improvement of the welfare of Indonesian seafarers working on board foreign flag and/or Indonesian flagged vessels sailing in international waters also as protection for the ship industry.

  10. Definition Seminar of the National Strategy for Social Protection of Timor-Leste: 2nd Phase

    19 - 20 October 2016

    This seminar is part of the activities provided by the ACTION project / Portugal to Timor-Leste and is financed by the Ministry of Labour, Solidarity and Social Security of the Portuguese Republic.

  11. Launching of Domestic Workers Skill Training on Household and Family Cooking

    4 October 2016

    The Government of Indonesia has adopted the new National Work Competence Standard (SKKNI) 2015 for Individual Service Serving Household under the Ministrial Decree no. 313/2015. The new SKKNI has accommodated some elements from the Regional Model Competency Standard (RMCS).

  12. 9th ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour National Tripartite Preparatory Meetings

    29 September 2016

    The ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour is an open platform for the review, discussion and exchange of best practices and ideas between governments, workers’ and employers’ organizations, and civil society stakeholders on key issues facing migrant workers in South East Asia.

  13. Capacity Building Sessions for High Level Meeting of Network of Mayors

    27 - 30 September 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.

  14. Extending Social Protection Coverage in Indonesia

    26 - 27 September 2016

    On the tripartite conference and high level dialogue organized in February and August 2016, respectively, the tripartite constituents in Indonesia agreed that social protection is one of priorities on Indonesia’s agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) toward Decent Work for All.

  15. Indonesia Labour Market Outlook Interactive Discussion

    15 September 2016

    Indonesia is now considered as a middle-income country. Therefore, the country has reached a stage in its economic and social development where labour market institutions need to play a more central role in fostering a fair distribution of income. Overall, promoting decent work will play an important role in strengthening the competitiveness, productivity, job creation in Indonesia.

  16. SCORE Gender Training

    6 - 7 September 2016

    The training aims to improve the knowledge and increase understanding of training participants (small-sized and medium-sized enterprises) about the gender initiatives in the enterprises and practice on gender equality and non–discrimination at work, with a focus on strengthening the principles of equal employment opportunities.

  17. Training of Trainers on Evidence-Based Collective Bargaining

    4 - 11 September 2016

    Garment is one of the priority industries for employment creation in Indonesia, along with other labour intensive industries, including textile, footwear, electronic industries, and infrastructure projects. Contributing around 10-12 percent of employment, garment is among the top five contributors to employment in manufacturing sector.

  18. High Level Tripartite Dialogue on Employment, Industrial Relations and Social Protection

    25 - 26 August 2016

    Jointly hosted by the Indonesian Ministry of Manpower and the International Labour Organization (ILO), the Tripartite Dialogue is aimed to further promote the implementation of SDGs in the country.

  19. First Decent Work Country Programme Tripartite Steering Committee Meeting

    5 August 2016

    The Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) for Timor-Leste 2016-2020 was recently launched in May 2016. 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 Timor-Leste