The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to Indonesia and Timor-Leste. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Library in Jakarta.


  1. Labour inspection guide in preventing and handling discrimination, harassment, and sexual violence in the workplace

    25 September 2023

    Jointly developed by the ILO through the project Improving Workers' Rights in the Rural Sector with a Focus on Women and the Ministry of Manpower, with reference to national regulations and the ILO Convention, the guideline promotes an inclusive and respectful workplace in labour inspection process.

  2. 100 years of social protection: The road to universal social protection systems and floors

    15 September 2023

    Volume 2: 52 country cases

  3. The ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour: A review of the implementation of Recommendations (3rd to 14th Forums)

    06 September 2023

    This report is the sixth in a series of progress review background papers, biennially prepared by the ILO’s TRIANGLE in ASEAN programme, that track the progress of ASEAN stakeholders in implementing recommendations adopted at previous AFMLs.

  4. E-Newsletters of the ILO CO-Jakarta: August 2023

    23 August 2023

  5. Financing mechanisms for promoting social inclusion in skills and lifelong learning systems: Global overview of current practices and policy options

    16 August 2023

    The report analyses pros and cons of practices around the world, shedding light on the policy options to improve access to and participation in skills development and lifelong learning of disadvantaged people.

  6. Special Edition on HIV/AIDS Day August 2023

    15 August 2023

  7. Conclusions concerning the promotion of sustainable enterprises - International Labour Conference, June 2007

    15 August 2023

    The conclusions of this discussion provide an important contribution agreed by the ILO’s tripartite constituency of governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations on how to promote enterprise development in a manner that aligns enterprise growth with sustainable development objectives and the creation of productive employment and decent work.

  8. Investments in childcare for gender equality in Asia and the Pacific

    01 August 2023

    The report highlights why and how investing in childcare impacts positively on gender equality and decent work in Asia and the Pacific.

  9. E-Newsletters of the ILO CO-Jakarta: July 2023

    31 July 2023

  10. Resumption of labour migration and regional cooperation

    27 July 2023

    Thematic background paper for the 15th ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour

  11. Cuti maternitas di kota metropolitan Indonesia: Temuan terkait durasi, manfaat dan jaminan pekerjaan

    24 July 2023

    Penelitian ini secara khusus mengkaji kesenjangan antara cuti maternitas yang berjalan dan yang diatur oleh undang-undang dalam hal durasi dan besaran pembayaran, dan mengkaji karakteristik yang berkontribusi terhadap kesenjangan ini dalam hal ukuran perusahaan dan jenis kontrak kerja.

  12. Maternity leave in metropolitan Indonesia: Evidence on duration, benefits and job protection

    24 July 2023

    This study assesses the actual experience of women workers in accessing statutory maternity leave in terms of duration, benefits and job protection in metropolitan Indonesia.

  13. Green Jobs and Just Transition Readiness Assessment in the Energy Sector in Indonesia

    19 July 2023

    This study is part of the ILO’s support for the Government of Indonesia under the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE). It is aimed at assisting the country’s efforts in planning a just energy transition that also considers measures to mitigate negative employment impacts. The work of the ILO has always focused on advancing social justice and advocating for decent work. In this regard, we acknowledge the importance of collaborative efforts on reducing environmental impacts and addressing climate change while creating employment opportunities and ensuring socially just outcomes.

  14. E-Newsletters of the ILO CO-Jakarta: June 2023

    30 June 2023

  15. Indonesia - Technology in public employment services to promote youth employment

    30 June 2023

    This country profile on technology in public employment services (PES) for youth is part of the ILO (2023) report on Technology in public employment services to promote youth employment in Asia and the Pacific. The report provides insights into how PES in Asia-Pacific are digitally transforming and how they are using technology to support youth in the labour market.

  16. Technology in public employment services to promote youth employment in Asia and the Pacific

    30 June 2023

    This report provides insights into how public employment services in Asia-Pacific are digitally transforming and how they are using technology to support youth in the labour market.

  17. Republic of Indonesia: Report to the Government – Financial assessment of the social security pension schemes administered by BPJS Ketenagakerjaan as of 31 December 2020 and costing of sickness and maternity benefits

    26 June 2023

    This report analyses existing provision and its future evolution and recommends an effective multi-tier pension system that covers all residents and provides adequate pensions on a sustainable basis.

  18. Has youth employment recovered?

    13 June 2023

    This Brief provides an update of latest trends for young people, in terms of employment, unemployment, NEET and inactivity. It identifies where youth labour market outcomes indicate recovery and where challenges remain.

  19. Social insurance and climate change in Indonesia: Implications for Adaptive Social Protection ambitions

    08 June 2023

    Among the wide range of possible roles of social insurance, this report aims to explore the potential of social insurance schemes in addressing climate risk and minimizing the impacts of related shocks in Indonesia.

  20. Jobs and global supply chains in South-East Asia

    07 June 2023

    South-East Asia has become a key player in global supply chains (GSCs) during recent decades, and the region’s participation in GSCs has had a profound impact on labour markets. The region has become increasingly dependent on GSCs for employment despite some short periods of sharp volatility and setbacks, including in 2020, the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.