ILO in Indonesia and Timor-Leste

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  • Safe Day 2022 in Indonesia

    ILO and the Ministry of Manpower celebrate the 2022 World Day for Safety and Health at Work by encouraging multi-stakeholder collaboration

    Mark every year on 28 April, the World Day for Safety and Health at Work focuses the international attention on the need to prevent deaths, injuries and diseases caused by work and promote a safety and healthy culture that can help to prevent this tragedy. ILO in Indonesia is going to conduct various activities to leading to the Safe Day for a month with the tripartite constituents.

  • International Women’s Day 2022

    Greater investment in care could create almost 300 million jobs

    Plugging existing, significant, gaps in care services could generate almost 300 million jobs and create a continuum of care that would help to alleviate poverty, encourage gender equality, and support care for children and the elderly, says new ILO report released ahead of International Women’s Day.

  • © Arkaan Muafi Putra Harahap, 2022

    COVID-19 Response

    New skills helped my business recover from pandemic

    Juanda Badaru, who lives with a disability, saw his small business income halved due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then his business expanded after he took entrepreneurship and small boat engine maintenance training. Juanda Badaru, is a beneficiary of the Employment and Livelihood project funded by the UN COVID-19 Response and Recovery Multi Partners Trust Fund.

  • © M. Crozet / ILO 2022

    22-24 February 2022

    Global Forum for a Human-centred Recovery

    The ILO will host the Global Forum for a Human-centred Recovery from 22-24 February. It will bring together heads of State and Government, heads of international organizations and multilateral development banks, and employers’ and workers’ leaders from around the world to propose concrete actions and strengthen the international community’s response to the COVID-19 crisis. The Forum will examine in particular the actions and investments needed to meet the ambition of the ILO Global Call to Action and the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection.


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