This is a list of official ILO press releases issued by the ILO office in Jakarta and Timor-Leste. Some are available in multiple languages, indicated on the top of each release. The most recent release is at the top.
22 August 2019
The ILO through its Better Work Indonesia Programme supported efforts taken by the key labour actors in West Java to address labour issues in its garment and textile industry, including the wage system and mechanism.
15 August 2019
In collaboration with the Ministry of Manpower, the ILO conducted a two-day HIV/AIDS training for labour inspectors from seven provinces in Indonesia to strengthen their HIV action plans and to ensure the implementation of non-discriminatory policy at the company level.
12 August 2019
Greg Vines to address major decent work issues, particularly skills development, job creation and income growth for youth, in meetings with government, employers and workers during a two-day visit.
09 August 2019
Young people are at the heart of the digital age. They think with and through new technologies. They also make the best use of the online tools to develop and build their businesses or doing their works.
08 August 2019
More than 1,500 runners joined the ILO Decent Work Virtual Run to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ILO in Indonesia. The ILO’s Deputy Director-General marked the closing with signing of the ILO 100 Jersey.
06 August 2019
The ILO Deputy-Director General, Greg Vines, emphasized the human-centered approach to the future of work at the Indonesian Development Forum (IDF) in Jakarta
05 August 2019
To promote the importance of HIV prevention programme, the ILO approached the industries with high vulnerability to HIV pandemic. Executive briefing meetings were conducted with Indonesian shipping and construction companies.
25 July 2019
The province of Bali, Indonesia has implemented an integrated labour inspection involving key stakeholders to ensure decent work for all aspects of the fishing works, including labour rights of fishers.
22 July 2019
The province of North Sulawesi in Indonesia is committed to improve its labour inspection in the fishing sector. With support from the ILO and the Ministry of Manpower, they are now piloting an integrated labour inspection system.
17 July 2019
The ILO promotes the ratification of three ILO Conventions in Timor-Leste that are relevant with the needs and conditions of this young country. Since its independence in 2002, Timor-Leste has made significant progress.