Events and meetings


  1. Radio Campaigns on Standards-Setting for Domestic Workers: Domestic Workers are Workers

    4 November - 5 December 2009

    The Campaign aims to provide better protection and recognition to domestic workers, with a focus on Indonesian domestic workers as well as to raise awareness about the plight of domestic workers in Indonesia.

  2. National Workshop on Indigenous and Tribal People in Indonesia

    28 October 2009

    The workshop aims to provide a forum to share information on indigenous and tribal rights as well as relevant mechanisms for protection.

  3. Examining International Standards-Setting for Indonesian Domestic Workers

    29 July 2009

    The seminar aims to enable tripartite constituents to engage a wider group of stakeholders in, not only in the international standards-setting process, but also in national initiatives to strengthen labour rights and protection measures for domestic workers.

  4. Insurance Policies for Migrant Workers: Current Practices, Gaps and Solutions

    14 July 2009

    The aims of this workshop are to assess the strength and weaknesses of the insurance and claims system for Indonesian migrant workers as well as to examine the role of insurance consortiums and the employment agencies in providing insurance for migrant workers. The workshop also provides a forum for dialogue to point the way forward in terms of policies on insurance and claim schemes.

  5. ILO/Jamsostek Seminar on Social Security Coverage of Workers in the Informal Economy in Indonesia

    17 June 2009

    Despite the current social security system (SJSN) law of 2004 that has to be implemented by 2009 calls for universal social security coverage in both formal and informal economies in Indonesia. Only a small portion of the Indonesia population of 220 million is covered by formal social security system, that cover only some of the contingencies set out in ILO Conventions.

  6. Commemoration of the World Day Against Child Labour 2009: “Give Girls a Chance – End Child Labour”

    12 - 21 June 2009

    The Commemoration aims to raise public awareness on child labour issues in Indonesia with a special attention to girls in child labour and to bring main stakeholders relevant players together in order to foster further actions for the end of child labour.

  7. Bromo Agrofestival 2009

    30 May - 7 June 2009

    The ILO supports the launch of the first Bromo Agrofestival to be held in Nongkojajar, Pasuruan District, East Java. This festival promotes local produce and offers an opportunity for local communities to promote their region and its tourism facilities – including the Bromo-Semeru-Tengger National Park.

  8. The Launch of 2009 Global Report on Forced Labour in Indonesia

    19 May 2009

    The launch is aimed to examine the gaps in the protection of vulnerable population groups from forced labour and trafficking, and will highlight the significance of the planned ILO international labour convention for domestic workers.

  9. The Celebration of the ILO 90 in Indonesia

    20 - 30 April 2009

    This year the ILO and its members will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Organization’s formation in 1919. The ILO is the oldest specialized agency of the United Nations (which was formed in 1946) and the only surviving major creation of the 1919 Treaty of Versailles.

  10. The Launch of the ILO’s Project on Mobilization and Capacity Building of Teachers’ Trade Union and Wider Trade Unions in Combating Child Labour in Indonesia

    4 March 2009

    Funded by the Japanese Trade Union Confederation (RENGO), the project will run for three years. The Project aims to mobilize and capacitate teachers’ trade unions and other trade unions in combating child labours to reinforce the involvement of trade unions in child labour elimination. Teachers, educators and their organizations constitute a frontline group in the effort to eliminate child labour.


  1. Twelfth Asian Regional Meeting

    9 - 11 December 1997

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) adopted a series of wide-ranging Conclusions in which governments, and representatives of workers' and employers' organizations urged the ILO to "vigorously pursue" its opportunities to make an "essential contribution" to the economic and social development of Asia.