Guidelines on the conduct of the DOLE, DILG, DND, DOJ, AFP and PNP relative to the exercise of workers' rights and activities
07 May 2012
This guidelines is executed to promote the effective exercise of workers' and trade union rights and to address violence and threats against workers and trade unions, including the reports and/or allegations of militarization of workplaces and impunity.
01 May 2012
An opinion-editorial by Tauvik Muhamad, Programme Officer, ILO-Jakarta, focusing on the Indonesian labour movement and the urgency for the unions to come up with more strategic thinking and sustainable means of influencing the policy-making process. The opinion article was published by the Jakarta Post on 1 May.
01 January 2012
ILO/ACTRAV, with support from Norway, has been carrying-out this project in Nepal since early 2007. The ultimate goal of the project is to enhance the capacity of the trade unions in Nepal for effective and active involvement and participation in social dialogue at different levels. The project has been supporting the major trade unions to enhance their capacities in dealing with youth employment, freedom of association and collective bargaining and eliminating child labour.
12 December 2011
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is organizing a two-day Sub-Regional Seminar on Strengthening Union Capacity Overcoming Multiplicity of Unions in South East Asia” from 12-13 December 2011 in Jakarta. The seminar is aimed to share experiences on how unions can be united on issues of common concerns and discuss ways as well as means to strengthen their solidarity and avoid proliferation of unions.
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.
Workshop on Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprises and Empowering Trade Unions to Engage in Policy Dialogues in Indonesia
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.
Keynote address on Overview of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006, status on implementation and emerging Issues
03 May 2011
By Dr Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, Director, International Labour Standards Department, ILO, Geneva at the Asia-Pacific Regional Dialogue on the Maritime Labour Convention, 3-6 May 2011, Cairns, Australia