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.

2017

  1. ILO Works in Indonesia: 2016 results

    24 February 2017

    Presents the results of the ILO works/activities in Indonesia in 2016.

  2. ILO Jakarta newsletter, January 2017

    10 January 2017

    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.

2016

  1. Compilation of regulations and references on domestic workers: Pocket book (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    23 December 2016

    Contains regulations, ILO Convention, decrees of the Minister of Manpower, infographics and useful references on domestic workers.

  2. Prevention and elimination of child domestic child domestic workers at school: Guidelines for educators (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    23 December 2016

    It is important for educators to understand the issue of child domestic workers because of the role of educators in schools which is expected to prevent students dropping out of school and working as domestic workers.

  3. Financial skills help shaping a better future

    22 November 2016

    Andung’s new-found financial awareness came after she joined a skills training organized by the ILO (through a local partner), on Financial Education for Families, a part of the DW4FS Project organized in NTT province.

  4. Decent work, not hard work

    22 November 2016

    Semau Island is one of the areas in Kupang district, East Nusa Tenggara, known for its chronic food insecurity based on the government’s food security and vulnerability assessment released in 2010.

  5. Smallholder to enterprise transition

    22 November 2016

    In this case study, we will explain the impact of the Decent Work for Food Security and Sustainable Rural Development (DW4FS) on the farmers and other community members that we have been working with in NTT.

  6. Enhancing the capacity of local partners

    22 November 2016

    In this case study, we will explain the impact of the Decent Work for Food Security and Sustainable Rural Development (DW4FS) on the farmers and other community members that we have been working with in NTT.

  7. Creating impact for farmers

    22 November 2016

    In this case study, we will explain the impact of the Decent Work for Food Security and Sustainable Rural Development (DW4FS) on the farmers and other community members that we have been working with in NTT.

  8. Non-standard employment around the world: Understanding challenges, shaping prospects

    16 November 2016

    The report analyses the incidence and trends of non-standard forms of employment globally and explores the reasons behind this phenomenon, including changes in the world of work brought about by globalization and social change.

  9. Structural transformation and jobs in Timor-Leste

    15 November 2016

    Structural transformation is described as the reallocation of economic activity across broad economic sectors such as agriculture, industry and services. A key feature of structural transformation is an increase in the share of employment in industry and services with concurrent reduction of workers in the agriculture sector. Typically, a large segment of the labour force in low-income countries is engaged in subsistence agriculture.

  10. Timor-Leste labour force surveys 2010 and 2013: main trends based on harmonized data

    15 November 2016

    Since the country became independent, Timor-Leste has carried out two national labour force surveys (LFS) in 2010 and 2013 for measuring employment, unemployment and related labour market characteristics. Although the questionnaires of the two surveys were essentially identical, the data were processed differently.

  11. Transformation of women at work in Asia: An unfinished development agenda

    31 October 2016

    This book examines the drivers of, and barriers to, participation of women in the Asian labour market for its socio-economic development and structural transformation.

  12. Does the combination of vocational and business management training produce extra benefits?

    13 October 2016

  13. Migration in ASEAN in figures: The International Labour Migration Statistics (ILMS) Database in ASEAN

    26 September 2016

    The International Labour Organization’s (ILO) ASEAN TRIANGLE Project, funded by Canada, launched the International Labour Migration Statistics (ILMS) Database in December 2014. The statistical tables presented in this booklet include data on migration and labour migration in the ASEAN region. The sources used include UNDESA, Trends in international migrant stock, Rev. 2013, World Bank, Global Bilateral Migration Database 2015 and the ILMS Database ILOSTAT (Special collections: Migration)

  14. Strengthening national leadership through the Embedded Approach in Timor-Leste

    19 September 2016

    This paper provides an overview of selected lessons learned from the ILO’s involvement in fragile Timor-Leste. In particular it focuses on the embedded approach and its significance for the sustained engagement of the ILO in Timor-Leste.

  15. ILO Jakarta special edition on PROPEL-Indonesia

    16 September 2016

    Decent work is the ILO 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.

  16. Universal old-age and disability pensions: Timor-Leste

    31 August 2016

    Despite being one of the youngest and poorest countries of the region, Timor-Leste has offered a universal social pension to its senior citizens and persons with disabilities since 2008. Almost all persons above 60 years and about one in five persons with disabilities participate in the scheme. The pensions support the well-being of beneficiaries and contribute to reducing overall poverty.

  17. Financing social protection through contributions and the removal of fuel subsidy: Indonesia

    31 August 2016

    Indonesia reprioritized its spending by cutting expensive fuel subsidies and successfully managed the political resistance by putting in place a compensatory scheme supporting low income families, while in parallel also working on the extension of social protection by supporting the creation of a universal healthcare system and extending coverage.

  18. Indonesia labour market outlook August 2016

    22 August 2016

    Indonesia is currently weathering the global decline in commodity prices and corresponding slowdowns among its major trading partners. These factors have weighed heavily on the growth outlook – reducing the likelihood of achieving 7 per cent growth by 2018 – with severe ramifications for the labour market.