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.


  1. Tourism sector: Business Opportunities and Support Services (BOSS) Project - Intervention report

    01 December 2015

    This report is one in a series of intervention reports, with a focus on the development of the tourism sector delivered in collaboration with the ILOs key counterpart, the Institute for Business Support (IADE).

  2. Indigenous Peoples in the World of Work in Asia and the Pacific: A Status Report

    01 December 2015

    Concerns for indigenous peoples’ rights and well-being are an integral part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which seeks to tackle poverty and inequality by empowering groups experiencing socioeconomic vulnerability. This report compiles, systematizes and analyses information on indigenous peoples in the world of work in 14 countries in Asia and the Pacific.

  3. The state of social protection in ASEAN at the dawn of integration

    25 November 2015

    The ASEAN Declaration on Strengthening Social Protection channels a growing consensus in the region that the establishment of Social Protection Floors is fundamental for reducing poverty and inequality and promoting inclusive and sustainable growth.

  4. Impact brief: key socio-economic benefits

    24 November 2015

  5. Guide for migrant domestic workers: a pocket book (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    03 November 2015

    Pocket book as one of the media to provide in-depth information about the procedures and regulations on pre-placement, placement, post-placement, the role of trade unions in the protection of migrant workers, etc.

  6. Impact monitoring report - first year end-line survey, October 2015

    01 November 2015

    The report shows that already significant positive changes in the rural people’s livelihood situation occurred a few months after the completion of the rehabilitation works. These changes include an increase in the availability and use of motorized transport, a decrease in people’s travel times, an increase in the number of local businesses and improved access to socio economic facilities and services.

  7. Strong export and job growth in Asia's garment and footwear sector

    29 October 2015

    This research note examines wages and working conditions in the garment sector in a range of countries in the Asia-Pacific region. It finds that developing countries in the Asia-Pacific region exported $601 billion worth of garments, footwear and textile products in 2014, three-fifths of the global total. More than 40 million workers are now employed in the sector in the Asia-Pacific region.

  8. The regulation of non-standard forms of employment in India, Indonesia and Viet Nam

    14 October 2015

  9. ILO and disability inclusion

    24 September 2015

    The ILO promotes equality of opportunity and treatment for persons with disabilities in the world of work. Access of persons with disabilities to decent work is important both as an essential right and in terms of the economic advantages it brings. To achieve this goal, the ILO works to increase the employability of persons with disabilities, to support employers becoming more inclusive and to promote enabling legislative and policy environments.

  10. HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment at Work in Indonesia

    21 September 2015

    As one of the biggest state-owned enterprises in Indonesia, with more than 14,000 workers and 25,000 subcontracted workers throughout Indonesia (of which 40 per cent are mobile male workers), Pertamina has shown a serious and consistent commitment to the prevention of HIV and AIDS at the workplace and to the fight against stigma and discrimination. Pertamina has developed workplace policies to ensure a non-discriminatory working environment for People Living with HIV (PLHIV) and has provided HIV information, counselling and testing for its workers in their sites across the country.

  11. Report - Trade Union Regional Workshop on Capacity Building of Domestic Workers Organizations and Elimination of Child Domestic Labour; Yogyakarta, Indonesia: 15-17 December 2014

    07 September 2015

    Organized by the PROMOTE Project ILO Jakarta and ILO Regional Office for Asia Pacific - Bangkok. Funded by the U.S. Department of Labor

  12. Women and rural roads, July 2015

    01 August 2015

    The survey explores the social-economic outcomes for women who live on R4D-rehabilitated roads and provides a gender perspective on the data outlined in the R4D Labourers’ survey report.

  13. Labour and social trends in Indonesia 2014 - 2015: Strengthening competitiveness and productivity through decent work

    09 July 2015

    The ILO’s Jakarta Office’s seventh issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Indonesia focuses on strengthening competitiveness and productivity through decent work. Decent work plays an important role in strengthening the competitiveness and productivity of a nation.

  14. Indonesia: Wages and productivity for sustainable development

    08 July 2015

    Indonesia has sustained over a decade of economic growth, and this has provided an environment that has allowed growth in wages and regular wage employment to outperform most other countries in the world.

  15. Atauro, Timor-Leste tourism flyer

    30 June 2015

    This flyer is one of our tourism development initiatives, supported by BOSS Project (IADE/ILO) with Irish Aid/New Zealand Aid funding. Do come and visit Ataúro soon.

  16. Atauro, Timor-Leste tourism catalogue

    30 June 2015

    This brochure is one of our tourism development initiatives, supported by BOSS Project (IADE/ILO) with Irish Aid/New Zealand Aid funding. Do come and visit Ataúro soon.

  17. Timor-Leste tourism (flyer)

    30 June 2015

    Tourism is recognized as having good potential to increase employment and grow revenue for Timor-Leste

  18. Fiscal rules, growth and employment: A developing country perspective

    23 June 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 184

  19. Roadmap towards a child labour-free Indonesia in 2022

    18 June 2015

    The Roadmap towards a Child Labour-Free Indonesia in 2022 is developed to support the implementation of the NAP-EWFCL. The Roadmap is developed as the elaboration of the NAP-EWFCL which contains an overview of key issues based on the experience of the first phase of ten years actions and strategic guide in accelerating the achievement of Child Labour-Free Indonesia in 2022. This roadmap is designed as reference for all parties, including relevant ministries and institutions, employers' organizations and business representatives, trade/labor unions, civil society groups (NGOs, social organizations, religious organizations, community organizations, and others), as well as international organizations.

  20. Synopsis of Nine Stories of Our Friendship with Domestic Workers: From Youth to Youth Programme (Teman Remaja Teman Setara)

    11 June 2015

    Teman Remaja Teman Setara (From Youth to Youth) is an educational programme providing scholarships on video diary and photo story workshops and production for youth as part of the effort to promote decent work for domestic workers through their stories and daily life experiences.