Events and meetings

2023

  1. Winter Global Youth Forum 2023: Youth at the forefront of achieving the 2023 agenda for sustainable development

    30 January - 10 February 2023

    The ITCILO, training arm of the International Labour Organization, organizes the Winter 2023 edition of its Global Youth Forum – an experiential learning platform bringing youth at the forefront of efforts aimed at supporting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and achieving its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

2022

  1. Job Fair for Persons with Disabilities

    9 - 10 December 2022

    People with disabilities have the right to decent work and the job fair provides an equal employment opportunity for persons with disabilities in Semarang, Central Java.

  2. 17th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting

    6 - 9 December 2022

    The 17th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (APRM) will bring together government ministers, representatives of workers' and employers' organizations, and academics from Asia, the Pacific and the Arab States in Singapore to discuss concrete steps to drive a human-centred recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.

  3. © Kemnaker 2022

    Launching of ILO Report on Care at Work: Investing Care Leave Policies and Services for a More Gender Equal World of Work

    25 November 2022

    The ILO report Care at Work: Investing in Care Leave Policies and Care Services for a More Gender-Equal World of Work provides a global overview of national laws and practices regarding care policies, namely maternity protection, paternity, parental and other care-related leave policies, as well as childcare and long-term care services.

  4. Decent Work in Garment Supply Chains Asia – Experience and Knowledge Sharing from the ILO-Sida project (2019 – 22)

    22 - 23 November 2022

    As the ILO-Sida Decent Work in Garment Supply Chains Asia project comes to a close, it is organizing a final regional workshop to bring stakeholders together, reflect on results and progress, and discuss ways forward for supporting a better future of work in the Asian garment sector.

  5. Just Transition in the Textile and Garment Sector in China - International Summit and Capacity Building Workshop on Green Development and Responsible Transformation of Sustainable Fashion Industry

    17 November 2022

    This workshop will build the capacity of local government and industrial players on Just Transition planning in the textile and garment sector. The workshop will introduce the Just Transition guidelines and its application (through the Just Transition Toolkit) and analyze the specific opportunities for social dialogue and accelerated action by government, enterprises, workers and communities for a just and green transition.

  6. Labour Management Collective Bargaining Training

    7 - 11 November 2022

    Negotiation skills are essential for collective bargaining, dispute settlement and bipartite relations to improve terms of employment, working conditions and the overall labour management relations with a view to promoting efficiency, stability and equity at the workplace.

  7. Mediation Skills Training

    31 October - 4 November 2022

    The training aims to review mediation mechanisms to optimize all channels of the dispute settlement mechanism in Indonesia.

  8. Capacity Building Study Tour to the UK for Skills for Prosperity Polytechnics

    24 October - 11 November 2022

    A Study Tour to the UK is conducted to allow four polytechnic partners to spend two weeks at their corresponding partner institutions, with intensive programmes designed to provide intensive institutional knowledge sharing.

  9. Eighth Technical Meeting of Focal Points on International Labour Migration Statistics in ASEAN

    29 - 30 September 2022

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) holds the Eighth Technical Meeting of Focal Points on International Labour Migration Statistics in ASEAN on 29 and 30 September 2022. The meeting is supported by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) through the ILO's TRIANGLE in ASEAN programme.

  10. Interactive Discussion and Launch of Workers' Survey on Violence and Harassment at Work

    28 September 2022

    The ILO and the Never Okay Project are going to launch the findings of the workers’ survey on violence and harassment at work as part of the joint campaign to raise Indonesian workers’ awareness regarding this issue and to promote the ratification of the ILO Convention No. 190,

  11. Joint Fishing Inspection Pilots

    22 - 27 September 2022

    Through this initiative, the ILO Accelerator Lab 8.7 programme (AL) aims to provide as series of knowledge sharing and technical meeting sessions to improve existing labour inspection model including on-site training simulation to conduct on board labour inspection in fishing vessels.

  12. Talkshow 3: Journalists and Mental Health

    22 September 2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered one of the worst jobs crises, as it affected around 29 million workers in Indonesia by August 2020, adding to the existing pool of about seven million jobseekers. As a result, 2.6 million workers lost their jobs and 24 million workers suffered from cuts in hours of work and wages due to the pandemic.

  13. Talkshow 2: Taking Advantage of the Power of Social Sustainability

    21 September 2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered one of the worst jobs crises, as it affected around 29 million workers in Indonesia by August 2020, adding to the existing pool of about seven million jobseekers. As a result, 2.6 million workers lost their jobs and 24 million workers suffered from cuts in hours of work and wages due to the pandemic.

  14. The Closing Ceremony and Interactive Discussion: Indonesia's Business and Workers Survive COVID-19 Pandemic through Strengthened OSH Management System

    20 - 22 September 2022

    The International Labour Organization (ILO), together with the Ministry of Manpower and the Government of Japan, have joined forces in restoring the employment situation by strengthening the occupational safety and health (OSH) management system at the company level to ensure business sustainability and the protection of workers. The other goal is to build positive OSH culture for the creation of a safe and healthy working environment nationwide.

  15. Talkshow 1: Building the Culture of Occupational Safety and Health

    20 September 2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered one of the worst jobs crises, as it affected around 29 million workers in Indonesia by August 2020, adding to the existing pool of about seven million jobseekers. As a result, 2.6 million workers lost their jobs and 24 million workers suffered from cuts in hours of work and wages due to the pandemic.

  16. Training of the Raising Awareness Campaign on Harassment, Violence and HIV/AIDS Vulnerability for Women Seafarer Unions

    20 September - 4 November 2022

    The training aims to raise the awareness of and build the capacity of women seafarers union on harassment, violence and HIV vulnerability.

  17. NGOPI #6: What is the future of non-formal and lower-than-Bachelor degree education and training graduates?

    14 September 2022

    The ILO is collaborating with Skilvul to organize this webinar as part of the NGOPI programme with the purpose of presenting different perspectives and gaining insights and understanding in regards to distance training and education.

  18. Tripartite Discussion on Maximizing Benefits and Extending Coverage of Job Loss Protection (JKP) Programme through Solidarity

    8 September 2022

    This discussion aims to explore how the stakeholders in Indonesia can work together in solidarity (gotong royong) to maximize benefits and extend coverage of job loss protection (JKP) programme.

  19. Labour Inspection in the Context of Domestic Work Sector

    7 September 2022

    Organized by the joint ILO-UN Women Safe and Fair Programme, this webinar aims to adopt a strengthened regional approach to meet the needs of women migrant workers and social partners, and better protection from violence and abuses. It will focus on the importance of labour inspection for domestic work sector (including migrant domestic workers) and some ways different countries have attempted compliance with the principle and essence of ILO C 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers.