Events and meetings

2018

  1. Second Focus Group Discussion on the Development of a More Effective Industrial Relations Dispute Settlement Mechanism in Indonesia

    11 October 2018

    The main objective of the Focus Group Discussion is to gather inputs on the first draft of the policy paper on the development of a more effective dispute settlement mechanism in Indonesia, in order to inform the subsequent draft.

  2. Promoting National Apprenticeship through Social Media Training

    8 - 9 October 2018

    The objective of this training is to strengthen capacity of youth (apprentices and union representatives) on social media so they are able to promote National Apprenticeship Program using their own experiences during the apprenticeship program.

  3. Indonesian Tripartite Preparatory Workshop for the 11th ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour

    27 September 2018

    National tripartite preparatory workshops for the 11th AFML will be held in several ASEAN Member States (AMS) to take stock on the progress of stakeholders in implementing the previous AFML recommendations and to discuss the themes of the 11th AFML. Organization of these preparatory workshops is supported by the TRIANGLE in ASEAN. TRIANGLE in ASEAN (2015-2025) is a partnership between the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Global Affairs Canada, and the ILO.

  4. Piloting In Business Soft Skill Modules and Methodologies with Private Sector and Local NGOs

    26 September - 4 October 2018

    The Project’s soft skills training, namely the In Business Soft Skill Training Suite, has gained attention from a few private companies and local organizations that have shown interest to integrate the training modules into their human resource practices.

  5. Workshop on Role of Trade Unions on Job Creation Issues in Indonesia

    19 September 2018

    Based on Presidential Instruction No. 9/2016 on the revitalization of vocational education to improve the competitiveness and quality of workforce, five ministers signed a MoU on 29 November 2016. The MoU outlined a commitment to better align industries to competency-based vocational education and training.

  6. Indonesia Business Forum

    18 - 20 September 2018

    The forum will highlight progress made by national actors in addressing the top labour issues affecting the garment sector and the common approaches being adopted to achieve greater impact.

  7. National Project Advisory Committee for Indonesia - SAFE & FAIR: Realizing women migrant workers’ rights and opportunities in the ASEAN region

    17 September 2018

    The National Project Advisory Committee (PAC) for Indonesia will provide technical and strategic guidance and governance to SAFE & FAIR at the country level and ensure that the project remains aligned with country priorities and national frameworks.

  8. National Bipartite Dialogue between the Indonesia Palm Oil Association (GAPKI) and the Trade Union Network in Palm Oil

    7 September 2018

    The dialogue is aimed to establish and or agree on social dialogue platform at the national level, specifically between the palm oil employers association (GAPKI) with the trade unions in palm oil industry in Indonesia.

  9. Training on Effective Collective Bargaining in Pilot Palm Oil Plantations

    5 - 10 September 2018

    The overall objective of the training workshops is to enhance the institutional capacity of social partners in formulating effective and inclusive collective bargaining agreements (CBAs). They will focus on improving participants’ understanding and knowledge of good-faith bargaining, and enhancing their capacity to negotiate and formulate effective CBAs.

  10. National Workshop on Wage System

    4 - 5 September 2018

    The main objective of the workshop is to promote dialogue amongst the tripartite constituents and relevant stakeholders on development of a national system for determining above-minimum wages, in particular with regard to legal framework, institutions, and mechanisms.

  11. ILO Mini Business Clinic: Building Productive, Safe and Healthy Businesses for Indonesian Small and Medium Enterprises

    28 August 2018

    Employing more than 95 per cent of the world’s working population, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the main source of employment in developing countries, including Indonesia.

  12. Securing Decent Work for Fishers in Indonesia

    27 - 31 August 2018

    In Indonesia, an ongoing Government priority is to improve decent working conditions in the fishing sector, including through better enforcement by the labour inspectorate and strengthened coordination with other relevant regulators.

  13. Workforce Workshop on Quality Internship and Apprenticeship Guidelines

    24 - 25 July 2018

    Work-based Learning such as Internships and apprenticeships in several developed countries are an important component of an education system. It is mandatory for all youth to follow internship and apprenticeship in Indonesia. This internship and apprenticeship program enables youth to have job orientation about specific careers that they may choose for their future employment.

  14. Strategic Compliance Planning Workshop

    23 - 26 July 2018

    To enable all labour inspectorates to apply the strategic compliance model, LABADMIN/OSH Branch of the ILO’s Governance and Tripartism Department, developed the ILO approach to strategic compliance planning for labour inspectorates – a six-step exercise to formulate, sequence and operationalize broader thinking and action, that will help labour inspectorates attain the goal of sustained compliance.

  15. Tripartite Dialogue for Promoting Effective Implementation of Collective Bargaining in Oil Palm Sector in Medan

    20 July 2018

    The overall objective of the tripartite dialogue is to promote good-faith bargaining among social partners and key stakeholders, and to stimulate effective social dialogue on the freedom of association and collective bargaining in Medan’s oil palm sector.

  16. Industrial Relations Tripartite Forum and Workshop: Shaping the Future of Industrial Relations amidst Changing Forms of Employment & Industry Transformations in Indonesia

    19 July 2018

    Among the different business mandates, industrial relations emerge as one of the key components within enterprise transformation. With the premise that good relationship will enable productivity increase and accelerate the transition process within any strategic changes required by industries; sound industrial relations open new opportunities for enterprises to respond to challenges, deliver value while maximizing technology and financial resources which, sometimes, could be the key constraints.

  17. Introduction Workshop of ILO STEM Project to Small and Medium Enterprises in Automotive Sector

    13 July 2018

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) has initiated Women in STEM Project (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), which is funded by JP Morgan Global Philanthropy. The program is implemented in ASEAN-3, namely Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand in automotive, IT-BPO and electronic sector respectively.

  18. Joint Trade Union Platform of Indonesian Workers Organizations for Actions on Decent Work Priorities

    28 - 29 June 2018

    This two day workshop is aimed at reviewing key issues facing workers organizations in industrial relations, priorities for decent work and set up a joint platform(s) for increased organizational & technical capacity for promoting organizing and effective social dialogue, and/or collective bargaining for addressing the identified priorities.

  19. Piloting InBusiness Soft Skill Modules

    25 - 26 June 2018

    In Business is a new and innovative learning programme designed by the enterprise department in the ILO Regional Office for Asia Pacific in Bangkok to support development, growth, and enhancement of enterprises through peer-learning networks.

  20. Preparation meeting on Provincial Social Dialogue and OSH Campaign in Palm Oil Sector in North Sumatra

    6 June 2018

    The meeting is part of the efforts to promote decent work in Indonesia's palm plantations as well as to introduce the ILO module on social dialogue and OSH improvement.