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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.

2013

  1. Flyer VCT@Work: bersama, kita wujudkan di Indonesia = Together, making it happen in Indonesia (bilingual)

    03 December 2013

    The VCT@Work initiative will build on previous ILO workplace programmes in Indonesia to assist 350,000 workers to receive VCT services by the end of 2015, with an immediate target of 10,000 workers by the end of 2013.

  2. Factsheet: Why VCT@Work? (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    03 December 2013

    In June 2013, the ILO in collaboration with the UNAIDS has launched an initiative to reach out to 5 million workers with HIV testing and counseling which is voluntary and confidential (VCT @ WORK) until 2015.

  3. A training manual for managers and workers (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    02 December 2013

    Consists of 5 modules. Translated from the English SCORE modules. Each module has also a trainer guide. All of the trainer guides in Bahasa Indonesia is available in http://roap-ksp.ilo.org/offices/co-jakarta/tc-projects/sustaining-competitive-and-responsible-enterprises-score/key-documents/panduan-untuk-instruktur

  4. Curriculum, learning and training of the industrial relations court judges

    28 November 2013

    Consists of two books in Bahasa Indonesia only.

  5. 10 years of work on youth employment in Indonesia

    11 November 2013

    For ten years… the ILO and its partners have worked together to help Indonesia’s young people get ready for the world of work. This is the story of how the ILO and the partnership of government, employers and trade unions and donors did it.

  6. Decent work profile: Maluku

    04 November 2013

    The Decent Work Profile for Maluku has been prepared by national consultants in collaboration with the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration (Depnakertrans), the Central Bureau of Statistics (Badan Pusat Statistics), and the University of Jakarta, with technical assistance of the ILO. National partners identified a list of decent work indicators relevant for Indonesia during a 2010 consultation workshop in Jakarta. From this, a national Decent Work Country Profile was developed comprising both statistical data and legal and policy information in an integrated assessment of recent progress toward decent work. The Profile was prepared by academics from the University of Jakarta, with the cooperation and involvement of trade unions and employer’s representatives, the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, Ministry of Finance, BAPPENAS, and BPS, and its content was reviewed through an extensive consultation process before being launched in May 2012. During the post-launch discussions, constituents expressed a desire to develop a number of provincial profiles to capture divergent decent work trends at the subnational level. The Decent Work Profile for Maluku is one of three pilot provincial profiles developed in Indonesia to date.

  7. Decent work profile: East Nusa Tenggara (Nusa Tenggara Timur)

    04 November 2013

    The Decent Work Profile for East Nusa Tenggara has been prepared by national consultants in collaboration with the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration (Depnakertrans), the Central Bureau of Statistics (Badan Pusat Statistics), and the University of Jakarta, with technical assistance of the ILO. National partners identified a list of decent work indicators relevant for Indonesia during a 2010 consultation workshop in Jakarta. From this, a national Decent Work Country Profile was developed comprising both statistical data and legal and policy information in an integrated assessment of recent progress toward decent work. The Profile was prepared by academics from the University of Jakarta, with the cooperation and involvement of trade unions and employer’s representatives, the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, Ministry of Finance, BAPPENAS, and BPS, and its content was reviewed through an extensive consultation process before being launched in May 2012. During the post-launch discussions, constituents expressed a desire to develop a number of provincial profiles to capture divergent decent work trends at the subnational level. The Decent Work Profile for East Nusa Tenggara is one of three pilot provincial profiles developed in Indonesia to date.

  8. Decent work profile: East Java (Jawa Timur)

    04 November 2013

    The Decent Work Profile for East Java has been prepared by national consultants in collaboration with the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration (Depnakertrans), the Central Bureau of Statistics (Badan Pusat Statistics), and the University of Jakarta, with technical assistance of the ILO. National partners identified a list of decent work indicators relevant for Indonesia during a 2010 consultation workshop in Jakarta. From this, a national Decent Work Country Profile was developed comprising both statistical data and legal and policy information in an integrated assessment of recent progress toward decent work. The Profile was prepared by academics from the University of Jakarta, with the cooperation and involvement of trade unions and employers’ representatives, the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, Ministry of Finance, BAPPENAS, and BPS, and its content was reviewed through an extensive consultation process before being launched in May 2012. During the post-launch discussions, constituents expressed a desire to develop a number of provincial profiles to capture divergent decent work trends at the subnational level. In East Java, consultations on a proposed profile were held in May 2012 between ILO, government officials, BPS, unions and employers, and recommendations were made regarding themes for special consideration in the East Javan context. This document is one of three pilot provincial profiles recently developed in Indonesia with the support of the ILO/EC Project, Monitoring and Assessing Progress on Decent Work (MAP).

  9. The estimation of total domestic workers in Indonesia

    30 September 2013

    The study is aimed at estimating domestic workers in Indonesia based on the existing data provided by the regular household surveys; namely, the National Labour Force Survey or Sakernas and the National Socio-Economic Survey or Susenas.

  10. C177 Convention and R184 Recommendation on Home Work, 1996

    25 September 2013

    Full text of ILO Convention no. 177 and Recommendation no. 184 of 1996.

  11. ILO Jakarta newsletter, August 2013

    02 September 2013

    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.

  12. Economic class and labour market inclusion: Poor and middle class workers in developing Asia and the Pacific

    07 August 2013

    This paper examines quantitative trends and characteristics of the poor, near poor and middle class working population in developing Asia and the Pacific. With special focus on Cambodia, India, Indonesia and Viet Nam, it provides empirical evidence for policies that would help reduce working poverty, foster middle class jobs and promote inclusive labour market.

  13. Trade and employment: country report for Indonesia

    04 July 2013

    This report aims at assessing and addressing the effects of trade on employment in Indonesia. The significance of this report is to support the analysis of effective and coherent trade and labour market policies that address the adjustment challenges that workers and employers face and expand opportunities for the creation of decent employment in Indonesia.

  14. Eliminating child labour in Indonesia: 20 years of support

    12 June 2013

    This short publication intends to highlight on the longterm partnership that the ILO has established with its constituents and key stakeholders by revisiting some of the milestones achieved, lessons learnt, and challenges ahead.

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