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.

2014

  1. ILO Works in Timor-Leste: 2013 results

    01 April 2014

    Presents the results of the ILO works/activities in Timor-Leste in 2013.

  2. ILO Timor-Leste newsletter, April 2014

    01 April 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.

  3. Review of the regulatory framework for homeworkers in Indonesia 2013

    20 March 2014

    This Report seeks to support the process of developing specific national regulations on home work, by reviewing and identifying shortcomings in the national legal framework as it applies to homeworkers.

  4. ILO Works in Indonesia: 2013 results

    10 March 2014

    Presents the results of the ILO works/activities in Indonesia in 2013.

  5. Leaflet of SCORE Project in Indonesia (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    03 February 2014

    Contaıns explanatıon of what SCORE Program is, the benefıts and the crıterıa of SMEs that could partıcıpate. SCORE program ıs an enterprise training program that teaches cutting-edge procedures to increase product quality and production efficiency, and reduce the time from customer order to delivery.

  6. Timor Leste: Enterprise and Skills Survey (ESS) 2013

    31 January 2014

    The report on the 2013 Enterprise and Skills Survey was carried out for the first time by the Secretariat of State for Professional Training and Employment Policy (SEPFOPE) through the Labour Market Information Department (DIMT). This report is an important document which assesses information collected from over 800 businesses in Timor-Leste. The report examines market needs in relation to the development of skilled workforce and provision of training and employment services.

  7. Timor Leste: Enterprise and Skills Survey (ESS), January 2014

    31 January 2014

    In 2014, the Labour Market Information Department (DIMT) in the Secretariat of State for Professional Training and Employment Policy (SEPFOPE) undertook a second Enterprise and Skills Survey (ESS). This follows the ESS 2013 which was conducted in 2013 which targeted over 800 enterprises in Timor-Leste. ESSs are useful exercises that can enable regular analysis of the labour market situation.

  8. Towards a Model Apprenticeship Framework A Comparative Analysis of National Apprenticeship Systems

    30 January 2014

    This report is based on eleven country case studies of national apprenticeship systems. The purpose of the country case studies was – first, to obtain accurate and current information about countries’ apprenticeship systems. The second purpose was to obtain targeted information about key features and trends that could be used to develop a model apprenticeship system.

  9. External Support Resources For Equality Management At Companies (Book 5)

    20 January 2014

    APINDO in cooperation with ILO presents this Code of practice and the accompanying Guide booklets, to assist employers in promoting equality and preventing discrimination at work in Indonesia.

  10. Managing Equality In The Workplace (Book 4)

    20 January 2014

    APINDO in cooperation with ILO presents this Code of practice and the accompanying Guide booklets, to assist employers in promoting equality and preventing discrimination at work in Indonesia.

  11. Equality In Company Practices (Book 3)

    20 January 2014

    APINDO in cooperation with ILO presents this Code of practice and the accompanying Guide booklets, to assist employers in promoting equality and preventing discrimination at work in Indonesia.

  12. Business Case For Equality (Book 2)

    20 January 2014

    APINDO in cooperation with ILO presents this Code of practice and the accompanying Guide booklets, to assist employers in promoting equality and preventing discrimination at work in Indonesia.

  13. Equality In Employment: Key Concepts And Principles (Book 1)

    20 January 2014

    APINDO in cooperation with ILO presents this Code of practice and the accompanying Guide booklets, to assist employers in promoting equality and preventing discrimination at work in Indonesia.

  14. Good Practice Guidelines for the Employment of Homeworkers

    20 January 2014

    These guidelines, published by APINDO and ILO, for employers on the employment of homeworkers will improve employers’ understanding of their roles and responsibilities to homeworkers and will improve compliance with minimum standards.

  15. Code of practice for employers for promoting equality and preventing discrimination at work in Indonesia

    20 January 2014

    APINDO in cooperation with ILO presents this Code of practice and the accompanying Guide booklets, to assist employers in promoting equality and preventing discrimination at work in Indonesia.

  16. ILO Jakarta Knowledge Center = Pusat Informasi ILO Jakarta (bilingual)

    02 January 2014

    Brief information on the ILO Jakarta Knowledge Center = Info singkat tentang Pusat Informasi ILO Jakarta

2013

  1. Timor-Leste: Labour Market Outlook, first edition, December 2013

    31 December 2013

    This is a short analytical brief, to help the readers to better understand the underlying dynamics in the economy and how it is affecting employment and the labour market.

  2. Labour and social trends in Indonesia 2013: Reinforcing the role of decent work in equitable growth

    17 December 2013

    The ILO’s Jakarta Office’s sixth issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Indonesia focuses on reinforcing the role of decent work for equitable growth that may be also useful for supporting medium term planning and other employment promotion strategies.

  3. Implementation of Component 3 of People Centered Development Programme (PcDP phase 2) “Institutionalization of sustainable livelihood development for the indigenous people of Papua” (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    09 December 2013

    Funded by New Zealand Government, this project is focused on the capacity building of stakeholders, including indigenous Papuans micro businesses in five pilot districts: three in Papua Province and two in West Papua Province.

  4. Inclusion of people with disabilities in Indonesia

    05 December 2013

    Indonesia faces challenges in pursuing equitable development. A disabled person is often socially excluded, and faces considerable discrimination in accessing health and other services, education, and employment.