Workers and management have shouldered the shared responsibility to keep everyone safe and their livelihoods afloat in Indonesia.
Better Work Indonesia response to COVID-19
The ILO’s Better Work Indonesia programme has launched an innovative campaign on gender equality in garment industry. Making the best use of technology, BWI’s campaign ran a video blog (vlog) competition.
Ridwan Kamil, Governor of West Java Province plan to strengthen the business competitiveness of the garment industry
Ridwan Kamil, Governor of West Java, participated in the interactive session of the ILO’s BWI annual Business Forum in Jakarta. He shared his vision and programme to continue strengthening the business competitiveness of the West Java Province.
Ririh and the pink room: How investing in breastfeeding facilities benefits workers, their babies and business
High performing factory progressively improve services for pregnant and breastfeeding employees.
A competition helps to raise awareness of Safe Workplaces in the garment factories and increase participation of OSH committee, managers, and trade union in OSH related initiatives.
Indonesia’s garment sector is ranked among the top ten largest textile producing countries and the main contributor to the national economy. The ILO-BWI programme continuously empowers local garment business to be succeed in global garment industry through its annual Indonesia Business Forum.
On the first day of the World Trade Organization’s “Aid for Trade” conference taking place from 11-13 July, Switzerland has announced that it will continue to support Better Work with a contribution of 12 million Swiss francs (12,470,000 US dollars) between 2017 and 2021.
The International Labour Organization and the Indonesia Ministry of Manpower are co-hosting a symposium to promote innovation in labour law compliance.
Over 150 factory representatives in Indonesia joined Better Work’s seminar on effective risk management during Indonesia’s 2016 Enterprise Forum