Equality and discrimination resources

January 2024

  1. Future-ready workforce through STEM in TVET

    31 January 2024

    The ILO convened teachers, trainers and partners in a summit to integrate STEM in TVET and to reinforce a future-ready workforce as jobs evolve due to rapid technological changes.

  2. Opening address at the launch of the Women Entrepreneurs Peer Programme

    30 January 2024

    By Mr Khalid Hassan, Director, ILO Country Office for the Philippines at the launch of the Women Entrepreneurs Peer Programme, 30 January 2024, Manila, Philippines

  3. Boosting Care Economy Awareness in Indonesia via Social Media

    The training aims to support the ILO to promote the “Recognize-Reduction-Redistribute (3R)” from the above 5R Framework of Care Economy, by digital-based awareness raising and outreach activities; to community of workers, business, employers, and social partners.

  4. Women work 100 hours per week but still consider unproductive: Magdalene-ILO Care work social experiment

    18 January 2024

    What happens if you are paid to do care work that you usually do at home?

  5. Gender-sensitive labour inspectors promote a workplace free from violence and harassment

    04 January 2024

    ILO training helps Indonesian labour inspectors to be more gender sensitive and to implement the new labour inspection guideline to prevent and handle discrimination, harassment, and sexual violence in the workplace.

December 2023

  1. E-Newsletters of the ILO CO-Jakarta: November/December 2023

    14 December 2023

  2. The ILO promotes inclusivity during the Creative Week for people with disabilities

    13 December 2023

    The ILO supports the efforts of the United Nations Indonesia to encourage inclusivity through Creative Week which seeks to break down misperceptions about the potential and abilities of people with disabilities.

  3. © ILO 2024

    Investing to empower: Shalimar's journey from victim to champion

    10 December 2023

    Shalimar overcame poverty, gender discrimination, and violence to become a line supervisor at EchoTex Ltd. through the GEAR initiative. Her journey from a factory helper to a leadership role and activist against gender-based violence exemplifies empowerment and the positive impact of investing in women's development.

  4. We Are Able! We Are Capable! We Are Equal!: Celebrating the creative spirit of people with disabilities

    06 December 2023

    In observance of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the United Nations in Indonesia, in cooperation with Bumilangit Entertainment, Indonesia’s leading entertainment company, will showcase and celebrate the journeys of persons with disabilities who have overcome stigma and challenges.

  5. Heroes among Us: Celebrating Differences in Ability and Expression

    Globally, people with disability, excelling in various fields from art and culture to technology and sports, often have their potential underestimated by the broader society. This exhibition will help dismantle preconceptions by revealing the profound abilities of artists with disabilities.