The ILO through its Child Labour and Education Project will conduct a series of activities to commemorate the World Day at the national level in Indonesia as the following:
The Launch of the New Report Titled “Understanding Children’s Work and Youth Employment Outcomes in Indonesia” on 20 June in Jakarta
The report is released by Understanding Children’s Work (UCW)—a partnership between the ILO, UNICEF and the World Bank. Hosted by the Indonesian National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), the new report will be officially launched by the Minister of National Development Planning Agency, Prof. Dr. Armida S. Alisjahbana, SE. MA.
Media briefing on child labour and education on 24 June in Jakarta
In collaboration with the Alliance of Independent Journalist (AJI) Jakarta, the ILO will conduct a media briefing on issues related to child labour and education. The media briefing will be opened by Country Director of the ILO in Indonesia, Peter van Rooij, and will present resource persons from the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, child labour activist, academia and so forth. In the media briefing, the ILO and AJI Jakarta will also launch media fellowship and media award activities on issues related to child labour and education.
The Launch of Child Labourers’ Video Diaries: “Indonesia, I am your future!” on 28 June in Jakarta
The ILO in collaboration with Kampung Halaman Foundation will launch a series of child labourers’ video diaries produced by the child labourers in Jakarta, Makassar and Sukabumi under the following four sectors: children as victims of sexual commercial exploitation, street children, child domestic workers and children in garment factories. The first of its kinds, the video diaries capture the plight and voices of child labourers purely from the perspectives of the children.
Union Movements Against Child Labour on 30 June in Jakarta
The ILO in collaboration with all the national confederation of trade unions will conduct an awareness raising event targeted to around 700 union members on issues related to child labour and the role of unions. Heads of confederations will also declare their commitments to step up their actions against child labour and be part of the national actions in eliminating child labour, particularly the worst forms, in the country.