Public information

Welcome to the public information section, covering the ILO’s activities in Indonesia and Timor-Leste. This page acts as a gateway to a wide range of multilingual background material, including press materials, newsletters, videos, leaflets, fact sheets and brochures. You can also find contact details for the ILO’s communications staff in Jakarta and Timor-Leste, and details of its publications, library services and databases.

For more information please contact:

ILO Office in Indonesia
Tel: +62 21 391 3112, Fax: +62 21 310 07 66, email

ILO Office in Timor-Leste
Tel: +67 733 66 75, email

CO-Jakarta

  1. Closing the gap in skills development through the acceleration of digital and e-learning programmes

    18 December 2019

    The advancement of digitalization and technology has eliminated time and space boundaries, providing an opportunity for people living in rural areas to have a greater access to good quality training at an affordable cost through distance and e-learning.

  2. UN Women and ILO strengthen support to women migrant workers experiencing gender-based violence

    05 December 2019

    To commemorate ‘16 Days of Activism’ against Gender-based Violence, UN Women and ILO today launched a Training Module on Coordinated Quality Services for Frontline Service Providers which provides guidelines for responding to women migrant workers experiencing gender-based violence (GBV).

  3. Migrating in ASEAN with a mobile phone: Gender gaps are not only in migrants’ salaries, but also in digital access

    29 November 2019

    The increasingly widespread access to and use of the Internet in the ASEAN region has meant that more migrant workers are now seeking information using social media platforms. However, obtaining accurate and reliable information is still a challenge, not to mention gender gaps in digital access that women migrant workers face.

  4. Timor-Leste launches its first National Child Labour Survey Report and Mini Labour Force Survey Report 2016

    07 October 2019

    The Government of Timor-Leste has taken an important step in its effort to eradicate child labour in all its forms, particularly the worst forms of child labour .