Publications

The ILO publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals, CD-ROMs, videos and flash movies, relevant to Indonesia and Timor-Leste. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested or purchased in hard copy from the ILO Library in Jakarta.

2004

  1. Occupational safety and health in Indonesia

    30 April 2004

    The ILO calls for joint efforts to improve the safety of workers. The global occupational safety and health (OSH) strategy consists of the creation of a strong safety and health culture in all enterprises and the introduction of a systematic approach to OSH management.

  2. ILO Jakarta newsletter, April 2004

    01 April 2004

    Illustrates the broad range of programmes and activities of the ILO in Indonesia, many of which are directly relevant to the national social and economic goals of the tripartite constituents - governments, employers and workers.

  3. A guide on Law no. 2 of 2004 regarding settlement of industrial relations disputes

    01 April 2004

    Provide a better understanding to the background, provisions and substances contained in the Act to avoid confusion due to conflicting interpretations.

  4. Child labour in the informal mining sector in East Kalimantan: a rapid assessment

    31 March 2004

    Community gold mining is a tradition of several regions in Indonesia. This report is based on a rapid assessment involving 36 young people involved in the gold mining activities in one village of East Kalimantan province. It includes research on the community, families of young workers and gold mine operators.

  5. Child labour in the informal footwear sector in West Java: a rapid assessment

    31 March 2004

    A broad situation analysis of child labour in the informal home-based footwear sector in the West Java province.

  6. Child trafficking for prostitution in Central Java, Yogyakarta and East Java: a rapid assessment

    31 March 2004

    Trafficking for sexual purposes or trafficking for prostitution as a contemptible violation of human rights and is one of the worst forms of child exploitation.

  7. Child trafficking for prostitution in Jakarta and West Java: a rapid assessment

    31 March 2004

    Trafficking for sexual purposes or trafficking for prostitution as a contemptible violation of human rights and is one of the worst forms of child exploitation.

  8. Child labour in offshore fishing, North Sumatra: a rapid assessment

    31 March 2004

    Result of a rapid assessment which identified the background of Indonesian children working on fishing boats, their education, health status and conditions of work.

  9. Children involved in the production, sale and distribution of illicit drugs in Jakarta: A rapid assessment

    31 March 2004

    Explored the likelihood of children in Jakarta to be involved in the production, sale and distribution of illicit drugs. Information obtained from the metropolitan Jakarta police and nongovernment organizations (NGOs) pinpoints at least 74 locations in the city that have been identified as where drugs are sold and used.

  10. Indonesia youth employment action plan 2004-2007

    01 March 2004

    An initiative of the Indonesia youth employment network.

  11. Working out of poverty: an ILO submission for the Indonesia PRSP

    27 February 2004

    The ILO seeks to engage in PRSP processes through the development and promotion of coherent cross-sectoral strategies and integrated frameworks for connecting the poverty and Decent Work Agendas at the national level.

  12. Trade unions guide - Poverty reduction strategy paper (in Bahasa Indonesia)

    17 February 2004

    This is a guide for the trade unions to participate in PRSP consultation.

  13. A series of policy recommendations decent work and poverty reduction in Indonesia (Seri rekomendasi kebijakan kerja layak dan penanggulangan kemiskinan di Indonesia)

    31 January 2004

    In preparation for the ILO’s submission to the Poverty Alleviation Committee in Indonesia, a series of 12 (twelve) Technical Briefing Notes (TBNs) have been prepared. (Dalam mempersiapkan masukan ILO kepada Komite Penanggulangan Kemiskinan di Indonesia, 12 seri paparan teknis singkat (TBNs) telah disusun.)

  14. Employment dimensions of macro and sectoral policies

    31 January 2004

    TBN 1 of 12 TBNs in A series of policy recommendations decent work and poverty reduction in Indonesia.

  15. Decentralization and decent work: making the connection to the MDGs

    31 January 2004

    TBN 2 of 12 TBNs in A series of policy recommendations decent work and poverty reduction in Indonesia.

  16. Job creation and enterprise development - SMEs and local economic development

    31 January 2004

    TBN 3 of 12 TBNs in A series of policy recommendations decent work and poverty reduction in Indonesia.

  17. Youth employment: pathways from school to work

    31 January 2004

    TBN 4 of 12 TBNs in A series of policy recommendations decent work and poverty reduction in Indonesia.

  18. Rural development: access, employment and income opportunities

    31 January 2004

    TBN 5 of 12 TBNs in A series of policy recommendations decent work and poverty reduction in Indonesia.

  19. Skills development for economic growth and sustainable livelihoods

    31 January 2004

    TBN 6 of 12 TBNs in A series of policy recommendations decent work and poverty reduction in Indonesia.

  20. Promoting the declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work

    31 January 2004

    TBN 7 of 12 TBNs in A series of policy recommendations decent work and poverty reduction in Indonesia.