Interactive Talkshow on the Role of Labour Inspectors in Ensuring the Implementation of the Safety and Health in the Forestry Industry
21 December 2010
As the country with the largest forestry industries in the Asia Pacific Region, Indonesia plays an important role within the geopolitical, economic and climate change context. Forest and forest products industry have delivered significant contributions to gross domestic product, foreign exchange, government revenue, and employment in the period 1980-2002.
16 - 17 December 2010
The government of Indonesia like many other countries in Asia and the Pacific have voluntarily committed to reducing green house gas (GHG) emissions by 2020. Indonesia has committed itself to reduce GHG emission by 26 per cent and by up to 41 per cent with International support. In order to achieve this, the government realizes that climate change planning cannot be separated from national economic development planning.
14 December 2010
The main aim of the workshop is that the ILO and the SCORE constituents (the Ministry of Manpower and Transmigration, employers' organization (Apindo) and workers' organizations ) are agreed that the SCORE Module Quality is adapted and ready to be delivered to the Indonesian SMEs.
The Asia-Pacific Community of Practice on Green Jobs: Challenges and Opportunities for Knowledge Networking
14 - 15 December 2010
The Community of Practice on Green Jobs is aimed to form the foundation for the creation of a Community of Practice on Green Jobs with an Asia-Pacific focus, and create a better understanding of what constituents and other partners need to facilitate knowledge sharing, networking, cooperation and experience sharing via a web-based, interactive platform.
13 - 17 December 2010
The 4 in 1 training handbook is designed to enable non formal training providers to effectively implement competency-based trainings based on labour market requirements that, in turn, will lead to certification and employment.
8 December 2010
Being more vulnerable to external shocks, most small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesia have been finding it difficult to sustain operations due to the global financial crisis and as a result the quality of their jobs is being compromised in the process. Therefore, the ILO SCORE project in Indonesia in cooperation with Yayasan Dharma Bhakti Astra will conduct the SCORE Social Marketing event as a socialization’s event of SCORE program to the automotive SMEs.
30 November 2010
In 2009 Indonesia formulated a Fiscal Stimulus Package worth IDR 73.3 trillion (1.4 per cent of GDP) to respond to the Global Financial Crisis. The package coupled tax cuts and tax subsidies with a substantial increase in infrastructure investment. As a result, Indonesia has faired relatively well in the context of the current crisis – especially in regard to employment creation.
25 November - 10 December 2010
The UN Secretary General’s Campaign; “UNiTE to End Violence Against Women” brings together a host of UN agencies and offices to galvanize action across the UN system to prevent and punish violence against women. Through UNiTE, the UN is joining forces with individuals, civil society and governments to put an end to violence against women in all its forms.
24 - 25 November 2010
In collaboration with the ILO, the Supreme Court’s Judicial Training Institute is currently revising its training programme for judges of the industrial relations court. To support the development of this, the ILO is currently performing a training needs assessment. To date, this assessment has involved a desk study of relevant data and materials and interviews with judges and stakeholders of the court.
23 November 2010
A continued process of awareness raising on Conventions Nos. 111 and 100 equality standards is required to contribute to the elimination of discrimination in employment and achievement of decent work for all. Within the context of a national campaign on gender equality, the Government of Indonesia and social partners are now demonstrating significant commitment to achieve these aims.
2 - 30 November 2010
Realizing to the poor understanding of migrant workers towards financial services and accesses, ILO Jakarta through its Combating Forced Labour and Trafficking of Indonesian Migrant Workers Project is developing a financial education programme for migrant workers and their families. The program will directly collaborate with migrant-based organizations (NGOs and migrant unions) as well as government in order to sustainably provide direct assistance to migrant workers and their families on financial services and accesses as well as income planning and management.
2 - 3 November 2010
The training is aimed to build the capacity of social partners and government officials to analyse the effects of trade on employment and formulate coherent trade and employment policies.
7 - 9 October 2010
With the recent release of the ILO Third Report on Decent Work for Domestic Workers, or more commonly referred to as the Brown Report, much debate has erupted about the proposed Convention and supplementary Recommendation concerning Decent Work for Domestic Workers that is due to be voted in June 2011 at the 100th session of the International Labour Conference (ILC) in Geneva.
28 - 29 September 2010
Despite Indonesian unemployment and poverty rate is being declining, the share of informal economy in total employment has increased as a consequence of the recent financial and economic crisis.
Asia Pacific Regional Workshop Entrepreneurship Education: “Improve quality and impact of youth entrepreneurship training”
21 - 23 September 2010
In collaboration with the Jejaring Lapangan Kerja Bagi Kaum Muda (JEJAKMU) hosted under the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), ILO organized a three-day Regional Seminar on Entrepreneurship Education
19 - 31 July 2010
Moderated by Professor Niall O’Higgins from Salerno University in Italy, 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 - 16 July 2010
To benefit from the free trade agreements trade and employment policies should be in coherence, this way the goal for achieving decent work for all can be ensured.
Promoting Sustainable Enterprises – Training course and project launch by the President of Switzerland
6 - 9 July 2010
From July 6-9, the ILO Office in Jakarta and the Global ILO SCORE Programme are conducting a training workshop for policy-makers and social partners “Promoting Sustainable Enterprises through Good Workplace Practices and Human Resource Management”.
Socialization of ILO Recommendation - Workers’ Social Security and Health: Integrated TB and HIV Prevention and Treatment at the Workplace
29 June 2010
A national workshop addressing on Workers’ Social Security and Health : Integrated TB and HIV Prevention and Treatment at the Workplace held on Tuesday, 29 June, in Arya Duta Hotel, Jakarta
21 - 22 June 2010
the ILO office in Jakarta in collaboration with FSP KAHUTINDO, APINDO and BWI has organised a regional workshop on decent work in the Indonesian forestry industries at Ciputra Golf Club Hotel, Surabaya, from Monday-Tuesday, 21st-22nd June 2010.