Events and meetings

The ILO organizes and takes part in a wide range of meetings, conferences, workshops and training events, throughout Asia Pacific. More information about the events listed below can be found by clicking on the relevant link, or by contacting the regional Meetings Unit (Email us)

March 2021

  1. Series of Knowledge Sharing Activities on Skills Demands and Job Opportunities in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Indonesia

    17 - 24 March 2021

    Industry 4.0 poses the threat of job losses in labour-intensive industries and opportunities for growth in emerging industries. Many new skills are needed for future of work, such as those in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector.

  2. Soft Skills E-training for Youth and Job Seekers

    13 March - 22 May 2021

    For the digital skills and distance learning, the project is developing two e-training courses on ICT skills, namely motion graphic and computer/IT network, based on existing offline courses of Balai Besar Pengembangan Latihan Kerja (BBPLK) Bekasi, a public vocational training center of the Ministry of Manpower (MoM).

  3. Media Briefing: Examining Social Insurance, particularly the Unemployment Insurance, for the Protection of Workers in the New Normal Era

    9 March 2021

    Indonesia’s social protection system is still evolving. Since its amendment in 2002, the Indonesian Constitution recognizes the right of all people to social security, and the responsibility of the State in the development of social security.

  4. Training of BLK/BBPLK Instructors on e-Training Development and Delivery

    5 March - 17 June 2021

    To strengthen further the Ministry’s efforts in shifting traditional to blended training courses, the project will support the Ministry’s in delivering training for selected BLKs/BBPLKs instructors on e-training development and delivery.

  5. Training on Online Teaching Techniques

    5 March - 17 June 2021

    The need for digital talents in Indonesia until 2030 can reach 17 million people (World Bank, 2019). But unfortunately, in Indonesia there is still an imbalance between the competencies of job seekers with industry needs.

February 2021

  1. E-Learning Programme on Social Protection Policy Design, Programming and Implementation for Indonesia

    23 February 2021

    Indonesia’s social protection system is still evolving. Since its amendment in 2002, the Indonesian Constitution recognizes the right of all people to social security, and the responsibility of the State in the development of social security.

  2. National tripartite feedback e-forum towards the ratification of ILO Convention 190

    19 February 2021

    The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Technical Working Committee on the Ratification of C190, in collaboration with ILO organized a national tripartite feedback forum. Labour Secretary Silvestre Bello opened the forum attended by more than a hundred representatives from government, workers, employers and partners from all over the Philippines.

  3. The role of trade unions in achieving Agenda 2030 and decent work through the United Nations cooperation framework

    15 February 2021

  4. C190 Action Group launch meeting

    11 February 2021

    The launch of C190 Action Group took place on 11 February 2021 with the participation of women and men members coming from employers’ and workers’ organizations and the government. The C190 Action Group aims to advance gender equality and social justice by working towards the elimination of violence and harassment in the world of work in Nepal.

  5. © Madiun Pos 2021

    Training of Trainers for Teachers of Disabled Students on HIV/AIDS Awareness and Prevention of Violence and Harassment

    9 - 11 February 2021

    Sexual violence among people with disabilities makes them vulnerable to HIV and AIDS. The Center for Improving Qualified Activity in Live of People with Disability (CIQAL) documented 144 violence cases among women in disability in Jogjakarta over the last five years.

  6. The Launching of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Guidance for COVID-19 Prevention at Workplace

    8 February 2021

    As part of ILO's on technical assistance to support Ministry of Manpower on Manpower Ministerial Decree on Business Continuity Plan due to Covid-19 Pandemic, the ILO supported the Manpower Ministry on developing the Occupational Safety and Health Guidance for COVID-19 Pandemic at Workplace.

  7. Provincial launch of Enhancing Social Protection System: Towards Investments for Results in Nepal

    5 February 2021

    The European Union is supporting the extension of Social Protection through a new initiative on improving synergies between public finance management and social protection. The global Action is implemented in 18 countries and in Nepal the action is jointly led by UNICEF and ILO and implemented in collaboration with We Social Movements (WSM) on behalf of the Global Coalition for Social Protection Floors.

  8. Community Emergency Employment Programme distribution of wages and benefits in Marawi and South Lanao

    2 February 2021

    Beneficiaries of the Community Emergency Employment Programme (CEEP) in Marawi and South Lanao receive wages and benefits under the ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Employment.

  9. Community Emergency Employment Programme distribution of wages and benefits to 75 informal economy workers in Maguindanao

    1 February 2021

    Beneficiaries of the Community Emergency Employment Programme (CEEP) mainly 75 displaced workers from the informal economy in Maguindanao receive wages and benefits under the ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Employment.

January 2021

  1. Community Emergency Employment Programme distribution of wages and benefits to 150 informal economy workers in Maguindanao

    29 January 2021

    Beneficiaries of the Community Emergency Employment Programme (CEEP) mainly 150 displaced workers from the informal economy in Maguindanao receive wages and benefits under the ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Employment.

  2. ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project 3rd Project Advisory and Review Committee (PARC) meeting

    26 January 2021

    Minister Romeo Sema of the Ministry of Labor and Employment (MOLE) led the third Project Advisory and Review Committee (PARC) meeting of the ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project wherein members expressed their strong support and appreciation of current initiatives.

  3. Training of Trainer (ToT) Gender Equality Module

    26 January - 5 February 2021

    The large majority of employment for both women and men is found in SMEs and the key to sustainable economic development that leads to effective poverty reduction lies in competitive and growing SMEs.

  4. Research forum: Technology and the Transition from Informal to Formal Economy

    18 - 19 January 2021

    The ILO and UN-ESCAP are leading a research project and South-South learning exchange on the topic of technology as a tool to facilitate the transition from informal to formal employment. Policy innovations (simplified to ”e-formality”) will be discussed over the course of a two-day online Research Forum with the aim of facilitating mutual learning, peer review and setting an agenda for a longer-term research and knowledge sharing.

  5. Community Emergency Employment Programme distribution of wages and benefits in North Cotabato

    17 January 2021

    Beneficiaries of the Community Emergency Employment Programme (CEEP) in North Cotabato receive wages and benefits under the ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Employment.

  6. Community Emergency Employment Programme distribution of wages and benefits in Maguindanao

    12 January 2021

    Beneficiaries of the Community Emergency Employment Programme (CEEP) in Maguindanao receive wages and benefits under the ILO-Japan Water and Sanitation Project in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Employment.

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