24 November 2023
ILO and Eni are launching a partnership to improve occupational safety and health for small farmers involved in Eni's agro-industrial initiatives in Kenya and Cote d’Ivoire.
“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.
21 July 2023
The ILO Workers’ Rights Project continues to support the establishment of Provincial OSH Council and Sectoral Tripartite Forum in some provinces in Indonesia promote compliance of labour standards.
05 June 2023
The ILO works hand in hand with the Ministry of Manpower and the National OSH Council (DK3N) to support the establishment of the Provincial OSH Council (DK3P) in North Sulawesi as part of the effort to strengthen Indonesia’s OSH culture and system.
16 May 2023
The research provides a review of OSH qualification systems across 14 countries highlighting differences and similarities regarding regulation, education, training, and qualification, and context surrounding OSH professionals employed in workplaces to carry out functions for OSH management.
Workers and employers of palm oil and fish processing sectors join forces to promote labour rights and gender equality
10 May 2023
Applying what they have learnt from the ILO’s communications training, workers and employers from palm oil and fish processing sectors have conducted their own internal and public campaigns to promote stronger compliance to labour laws and labour rights.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work
Indonesia to develop a five-year national OSH programme to better protect workers’ fundamental right
10 April 2023
Indonesia with support from the ILO is now in the process of developing and formulating its OSH national programmes for better, resilient implementation of OSH culture in the country and to better implement OSH as the fundamental right at work.
Workers and employers to campaign labour rights and gender equality in palm oil and fish processing sectors
03 April 2023
The ILO’s Workers Rights Project equips workers’ and employers’ organizations with communications skills to promote wider campaigns on labour rights and gender equality in the palm oil and fish processing sectors.
Communications Training for Employers and Workers Organizations on Labour Standards, OSH and Gender Equality
The 4-day course aims to help actors in the organization to build capabilities to communicate and raise awareness on the promotion of workers’ rights in their workplaces, which weave the fabrics of formal and informal working conditions.
07 February 2023
The Ministry of Manpower, with support from the ILO’s Improving Workers’ Rights in Indonesian Rural Sectors with a focus on Women Project, mainstreams gender responsive approach to its labour inspection system to prevent violence, harassment and discrimination at work.