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. EU and ILO hand over two compaction rollers to Timorese contractors and give guidance to workers on protection against new COVID-19

    05 June 2020

    The handover ceremony took place at the Don Bosco Training Centre in the presence of the European Union Ambassador Andrew Jacobs, a Representative of the National Authorising Officer, a Representative from the Directorate of Roads, Bridges and Flood Control (DRBFC), a Representative of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Timor-Leste (CCI-TL), and the ILO Head of Mission.

  2. © Wayne Grazio 2020

    ILO: More than one in six young people out of work due to COVID-19

    27 May 2020

    The ILO’s latest analysis of the labour market impact of COVID-19 exposes the devastating and disproportionate effect on young workers, and analyses measures being taken to create a safe return to work environment.

  3. Indonesian enterprises barely survive, jobs at risk

    18 May 2020

    Indonesian enterprises and jobs are impacted severely by the COVID-19 outbreak, a recent ILO enterprise survey reveals. Survival of enterprises and saving jobs are a race against time, calling for urgent actions by the government and social partners.

  4. © Ploy Phutpheng / UN Women 2020

    Plug social protection gaps in developing countries to prevent future crises, ILO says

    14 May 2020

    Strengthened and comprehensive social protection systems will lessen the impact of crises such as COVID-19.