Events and meetings

2011

  1. Equal Employment Opportunities and Principles of Non-Discrimination in Employment and Occupation for Women and Youth

    18 - 29 July 2011

    Main purpose of the training is to improve knowledge and increase understanding in Indonesia about international labour standards and practice on equality and non-discrimination at work, with a focus on strengthening principles of equal employment opportunities for youth.

  2. Rights-Based Training on Improving the Migrant Workers Prevention and HIV-Health Treatment Access

    4 - 12 July 2011

    HIV/AIDS case in Indonesia is growing fast. The Ministry of Health reported the cumulative AIDS case up to Dec 2010 is 24.131 cases. Indonesia classified as a low concentrated epidemic country, focusing the intervention to the key populations (sex workers, homosexual, injection drug user and client of sex workers) whereas the migrant worker as vulnerable group is not prioritized to be targeted. In the last five years, due to the type of transmission, HIV transmission type in Indonesia changes from injection drug to sexual transmission.

  3. Training of Trainers on Work Improvement in Small Enterprises

    30 June - 2 July 2011

    Workplace health and safety measures demand a commitment from employers and workers to use good business sense and follow well-recognized safety and health principles. Thus, the training is aimed to create a pool of trainers of WISE method to assist small and medium enterprises to improve their workplaces.

  4. A Series of Training of Trainers - Budget Smart: Financial Education for Migration-Affected Youth

    27 June - 28 July 2011

    The series of training of trainers aim to educate prospective migrant workers on how to plan the migration, determine their migration goals, access financial services, as well as invest the earned remittances productively.

  5. Tripartite Validation Workshop of the Indonesia Decent Work Country Profile

    27 - 28 June 2011

    Monitoring and assessing progress towards decent work at the country-level is an important concern for the ILO and its constituents. Against this background, the ILO Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalization (2008) details that member States may consider “the establishment of appropriate indicators or statistics, if necessary with the assistance of the ILO, to monitor and evaluate the progress made” (Paragraph II.B.ii.).

  6. Community-Based Training for Local/Religious Leader on HIV and Migration

    21 - 22 June 2011

    The training is aimed to improve the awareness and knowledge on HIV/AIDS vulnerabilities in migration cycle for local communities/religious leaders and to reduce stigma and discrimination for migrant workers who living with HIV.

  7. Seminar on Social Dialogue for Electronic Industry

    21 - 23 June 2011

    The objective of the seminar is to create mechanisms of dialogue for the social partners to proactively deal with issues such as productivity, working conditions, customer-supply –relations, contract labour and employability.

  8. Workshop on Public-Private-Local Community Partnership Against Child Labour in Indonesia

    21 June 2011

    The event aims at strengthening cooperation between child rights/child welfare NGOs, private sector’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) and governmental institutions so the social needs can be identified and fulfilled in future CSR’s activities and policy.

  9. The Commemoration of the World Day against Child Labour

    12 - 28 June 2011

    The 2011 World Day against Child Labour in Indonesia provides a national spotlight on hazardous child labour, and call for urgent action to tackle the problem.

  10. Green Jobs-AP online discussion forum on policies, programs and measures to promote Green Jobs

    16 May - 5 June 2011

    This forum seeks participants’ experiences, expertise and feedback on the issue. Participation is open to all who have an interest in green jobs related issues.

  11. APYouthNet online discussion forum on the effects of labour migration policies on young people

    16 - 27 May 2011

    This forum seeks participants’ experiences, expertise and feedback on the issue. Participation is open to all who have an interest in youth employment related issues.

  12. Training of Trainers on HIV/AIDS and Migrant Workers at National level

    10 - 13 May 2011

    HIV/AIDS case in Indonesia is growing fast. The Ministry of Health reported the cumulative AIDS case up to Dec 2010 is 24.131 cases. Even though there is no comprehensive reported data available on HIV and AIDS cases among migrant workers, HIV and AIDS cases are increasing. As reported by Caring for Migrant Workers, 50 cases of AIDS cases from deported migrant workers have been handled in 2010.

  13. Trade Union Workshop on Decent Work for Domestic Workers

    5 - 6 May 2011

    The workshop is conducted as part of the efforts to build pressure and create broad support for the adoption of an Convention and Recommendation on “Decent Work for Domestic Workers” at the 2011 International Labour Conference.

  14. Workshop on Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprises and Empowering Trade Unions to Engage in Policy Dialogues in Indonesia

    4 - 6 May 2011

    Promoting sustainable enterprises calls for the strengthening of the institutions and governance systems which nurture enterprises. Strong and efficient markets need strong and effective institutions. Promoting sustainable enterprises is also about ensuring that human, financial and natural resources are combined equitably and efficiently in order to achieve innovation and enhanced productivity.

  15. Visioning Event for an ILO Asia Pacific Community of Practice on Industrial Relations (AP-IR Net)

    26 - 28 April 2011

    Launched as part of the Asian Decent Work Decade Knowledge Networks series, the AP-IR Net community of Practice (CoP) sets the stage for ILO constituents, IR professionals, academia and others to interact and to share resources, experiences, expertise and ideas in order to find timely solutions to a range of legal, policy and practical challenges in labour and employment relations.

  16. The Launch of Labour and Social Trends in Indonesia 2010

    14 April 2011

    The third issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Indonesia focuses on turning robust economic growth into creation of decent work and productive employment. Indonesia weathered the global fi nancial crisis much better than advanced economies and neighbouring countries, maintaining a positive economic growth. Economic forecasts of various sources unanimously suggest faster economic growth for Indonesia at above six per cent per year in the coming years. It is obvious that opportunities lie ahead of Indonesia.

  17. Workshop on Economic and Productive Employment Diagnostic in Maluku

    11 - 13 April 2011

    The workshop is amed to build capacity in employment diagnostic analysis among the ILO constituents and to reach a shared understanding of the nature of the main constraints and challenges to productive employment generation in Maluku as a basis for a more coherent policy making at the provincial level.

  18. Global SCORE Knowledge Sharing Conference

    4 - 8 April 2011

    The ILO’s Sustaining Competitive and Responsible Enterprise (SCORE) project has been active now for almost 1.5 years. Some of the country project such as China, Indonesia and South Africa have already advance quite far while the projects in Colombia, Ghana, India and Viet Nam have started more recently.

  19. Workshop on Economic and Productive Employment Diagnostic in East Java

    4 - 5 April 2011

    The workshop is amed to build capacity in employment diagnostic analysis among the ILO constituents and to reach a shared understanding of the nature of the main constraints and challenges to productive employment generation in East Java as a basis for a more coherent policy making at the provincial level.

  20. Training on OSH Improvement for Community Owned Plantation in Serdang Bedagai, North Sumatera

    22 - 23 March 2011

    The presence of children working under hazardous conditions in the commercial plantation sector led the ILO to design a programme targeting elimination of child labour in this sector. Findings of the ILO’s OSH assessment in plantation in year 2009 shows that the working conditions of the workplaces in this sector are poor. A number of direct and indirect risks and hazards have been identified, including falling from high place; insect bites; and chemical substances.