Indonesia Decent Work Country Programme 2012-2015

The DWCP 2012-2015 reaffirms the following three priority areas: employment creation, industrial relations and social protection, with their corresponding outcomes, strategies, indicators and targets. It reflects the current socioeconomic context, national priorities of Indonesia, and the ILO mandate and the priorities of the ILO Constituents.

ILO’s mandate is to promote opportunities for all women and men to obtain decent and productive work in condition of freedom, equity, security and human dignity. The Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) translates the mandate into the ILO contribution in Indonesia towards the national achievement of national development strategies such as RPJMN and MP3EI and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

The DWCP 2012-2015 serves as the mid-term ILO programming framework for the work of ILO in Indonesia with full engagements of ILO Constituents. It includes institutional capacity building, policy advice and programme implementation at the national and provincial level in the decentralization context.