Publications

The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to Indonesia and Timor-Leste. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Library in Jakarta.

2015

  1. Indonesia: Spotlight - Special child labour and education edition

    31 March 2015

  2. Combating child labour through education in Indonesia - A policy brief

    31 March 2015

    Over the past ten years Indonesia has made major progress in reducing the numbers of children in child labour. It has done so primarily by expanding education provision and enabling more children to attend and stay in school. The progress has been supported by the implementation of major social protection programmes providing support to poor families. However there remains a problem of child labour. This policy brief uses information from a recent study to suggest steps which could be taken to better address child labour through education policies and programmes.

  3. The ILO in Indonesia

    25 March 2015

    This Country Leaflet gives an overview of ILO activities in Indonesia. It summarizes the ILO’s history in the country, and outlines the work undertaken by the ILO in cooperation with the government and social partners on a wide range of work and workplace issues.

  4. Testimonials - homeworkers

    26 February 2015

  5. Decent Work: A Catalyst for the Transformative Agenda

    24 February 2015

    The theme for the ECOSOC Integration Segment for 2015 is “achieving sustainable development through employment creation and decent work for all”. The international community will discuss how a focus on the creation of decent work can be the catalyst that promotes the economic, social and environmental aspects of sustainable development.

  6. Indonesia: Trends in wages and productivity January 2015

    16 January 2015

    Indonesia has sustained over a decade of economic growth and growth in wages and regular wage employment continue to outperform most other countries in the world. To illustrate, growth trends continue for regular employees with 42.4 million people or 37.0 per cent of those employed working as regular employees. Growth in nominal wages has been constant, while gains in real terms are still being realized.

  7. Women in Business and Management: Gaining momentum

    12 January 2015

    This report brings together available data and ILO statistics to provide a comprehensive, up to-date and global picture of women in the business world and in management positions.

  8. Jobs and Skills for Youth: Review of Policies for Youth Employment of Indonesia

    09 January 2015

  9. Comparative Analysis of Policies for Youth Employment in Asia and the Pacific

    09 January 2015

2014

  1. A tracer study to evaluate the satisfaction and employment prospects for graduates of accredited technical training courses in Timor-Leste

    31 December 2014

    Tracer studies are commonly used by training institutions to get feedback on courses, hear from graduates how training is helping them to develop competencies, and to assess impact from training in terms of job opportunities and continued education for graduates. The 2014 Trace Study surveyed 317 respondents including students who graduated in July 2012 and January 2013.

  2. The ILO in Timor-Leste

    18 December 2014

    This Country Leaflet gives an overview of ILO activities in Timor-Leste. It summarizes the ILO’s history in the country, and outlines the work undertaken by the ILO in cooperation with the government and social partners on a wide range of work and workplace issues.

  3. Pocket guide to reporting on disability in Indonesia

    03 December 2014

    Together with AJI and ILO, Diffa plays an important role in making mainstreaming programs on the rights of people with disability to get a job. One strategy is to formulate and develop a reporting guidelines for disability issues. Generally, the media is still not proportionate and appropriate for capturing the reality of persons with disabilities.

  4. Indonesia: Labour and social trends update August 2014

    02 December 2014

    This information is a brief update on the labour and social trends in Indonesia based on the BPS labour force survey (Sakernas) August 2014.

  5. Design study of the single referral system for the extension of social protection in Indonesia: Background and justification, design of the single referral system (SRS), and roadmap for its implementation

    02 December 2014

    Describes the proposed design for the Indonesian SRS and provides useful guidance for the pilot implementation of the mechanism in the context of ongoing decentralization reforms.

  6. ILO Timor-Leste newsletter, November 2014

    21 November 2014

    Illustrates the broad range of programmes and activities of the ILO in Timor-Leste, many of which are directly relevant to the national social and economic goals of the Government.

  7. ILO Jakarta newsletter, November 2014

    21 November 2014

    Illustrates the broad range of programmes and activities of the ILO in Indonesia, many of which are directly relevant to the national social and economic goals of the Government.

  8. Timor Leste: Enterprise and Skills Survey (ESS), 2nd round, October 2014

    31 October 2014

    There are several improvements in this round of ESS. The survey instruments and methodology have been further refined and there is now data on several new indicators such as monthly earnings of employees.

  9. Minimum wages in the global garment industry

    31 October 2014

    This research note provides a brief overview of minimum wages for the garment sector in the top 25 apparel exporters from the developing world.

  10. The impact of ASEAN economic integration on occupational outlooks and skills demand

    16 October 2014

    This paper develops an innovative occupational projections model to examine the projected shifts in occupational demand and in the occupational structure of the economy to determine potential skills mismatches that may ensue. The paper identifies the occupations that are likely to have the highest demand as ASEAN economic integration progresses in six ASEAN Member Countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, the Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam), with potential implications for the education, TVET and skills system in the countries.

  11. Business as unusual: Making workplaces inclusive of people with disabilities

    03 October 2014