30 September 2023
Ensuring a workplace free of violence and sexual harassment, Minister of Manpower-ILO launch new guidelines for labour inspection
25 September 2023
Supported by the ILO, this guide equips labour inspectors with the necessary knowledge to identify gender-related biases and violations.
22 September 2023
The ILO supports the development of Indonesia’s Road Map and Action Plan on Care Economy, led by the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment and Children Protection (KPPPA), through a series of consultative meetings.
“Mams Kema” programme empowers women in fisheries sector advocating gender equality and safe working environment
14 September 2023
An ILO programme has encouraged local women at a fishing village in North Sulawesi to promote gender equality, decent work and women’s empowerment.
23 August 2023
ILO-UN Women joint programme on decent employment for women in the care economy concludes with recommendations to address care coverage gaps
22 August 2023
A high-level policy dialogue on care, decent employment and macroeconomy organized by the ILO and UN Women highlights the need for increased care investment in Nepal for decent employment opportunities for women through gender-responsive care, sectoral and macroeconomic policies.
ILO study recommends digitizing the unions’ grievance tools and case management system for effective advocacy and policy reform
21 August 2023
The ILO latest study provides trade union confederations and their federations with a set of recommendations describing potential features of a new process for grievance management and incorporating technological tools.
16 August 2023
The ILO training programmes empower women trade unionists, encouraging them to assume leadership roles and support the recognition of women issues in company’s collective bargaining agreement.
15 August 2023
Indonesian young workers are still vulnerable to HIV/AIDS and have limited access to social protection
14 August 2023
The joint study of ILO and YARSI University maps the vulnerability of young workers to HIV/AIDS and their access to social protection. The study recommends expanding the access of young workers to HIV education programme and social protection.