Official Name
Republic of Indonesia
ISO2 Code
ID
ISO3 Code
IDN
Longitude
5 00 S
Latitude
120 00 E
Geolocation
POINT (120 -5)
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Financial Contribution

No Financial Contribution

RT Participation
  • Team Member in RT 3.4 "Regional Consultative Processes and Development: Advancing Cooperation" 
Attended Prep Meetings
Attended Summit
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Financial Contribution

No Financial Contribution

RT Participation
  • Team Member in RT 1.1. "Protecting the Rights of Migrants - A Shared Responsibility" 
  • Co-Chair in RT 3.2 "Policy and Institutional Coherence on Migration and Development within Government" 
  • Team Member in RT 3.3. "Regional consultative processes, Inter-regional consultative fora and regional organizations and economic integration processes at the interface of migration and development" 
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Attended Summit
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No Financial Contribution

RT Participation
  • Team Member in RT 3.2. "Regional and Inter-regional Processes and Fora" 
Attended Summit
Delegate
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No Financial Contribution

RT Participation
  • Co-Chair of RT 3.3 "How can RCPs and Inter-regional better include the migration and development nexus?" 
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Attended Summit
Delegate
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No Financial Contribution

RT Participation
  • Team Member in Cluster I "Labour Mobility and Development" 
  • Team Member in Cluster II "Addressing Irregular Migration through coherent Migration and Development Strategies" 
Attended Summit
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No Financial Contribution

RT Participation

No Participation

Attended Summit
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No Financial Contribution

RT Participation

No Participation

Attended Prep Meetings
Attended Summit
Delegate
Financial Contribution

No Financial Contribution

RT Participation
  • Team Member in RT 1.1 "Partnerships to promote inclusion and protect the human rights of all migrants in order to achieve the full benefits of migration" 
  • Team Member in RT 2.1 "Mainstreaming migration into planning at the sectoral level" 
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Attended Summit
Thematic Meetings
- Attended the Thematic Meeting on "Recognizing the contributions of women migrants to economic and social development in countries of origin and destination and addressing their specific needs, particularly concerning respect for their human rights" on 8 September 2015 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Delegate
Financial Contribution

No Financial Contribution

RT Participation
  • Team Member in RT 1.2. "Connectivity and migration" 
  • Rapporteur in RT 2.2 "Protection of migrants in all situations"
  • Team Member in RT 3.1. "Migrants in situations of crises: conflict, climate change and natural disasters" 
Attended Summit
Thematic Meetings
- Attended the GFMD Thematic Workshop on "Migration for Peace, Stability and Growth" on 19 July 2016 in New York, United States.
Delegate
Financial Contribution

No Financial Contribution

RT Participation
  • Team Member in RT 1.2 "From Global Agenda to Implementation - National Action Plans for migration-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)" 
  • Team Member in RT 2.2 "Fostering the development impact of returning migrants" 
  • Team Member in RT 3.1 "Raising the Global Talent Pool - Harnessing the Potential of the Private Sector for Global Skills Partnerships" 
Attended Summit
Delegate
Financial Contribution

No Financial Contribution

RT Participation

Government Team Member in RT 2.2 "Regional mobility and policy coherence to support development"

Attended Summit
Thematic Meetings
Participated in the Thematic Workshop on "Migration for Development: a roadmap to achieving the SDGs"
ASEAN Declaration on The Placement and Protection of Migrant Fishers

The Declaration aims at enhacing the well-being and protection of the migrant fishersabd at strengthening mesasures to enhance the labour conditions of migrant fishers and ensure their labour rights prrotection. 

Ms. Anqi ZHANG
ASEAN Declaration on The Protection of Migrant Workers and Family Members in Crisis Situations

The Declaration recognises the need to provide humanitarian assistance to all migrants and their family members—regardless of their legal status— during crisis situations. It encourages the ASEAN Member States to include migrant workers and their families in all stages of crisis management and ensure they have access to continuing support.

Ms. Anqi ZHANG
Declarations on Portability of Social Security Benefits for Migrant Workers in ASEAN

The adoption of the ASEAN Declaration on Portability of Social Security Benefits for Migrant Workers in ASEAN is the realisation of the ASEAN Leaders’ commitments made in the 2007 Cebu Declaration and the 2017 ASEAN Consensus on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers. It also reflects the concerted efforts of the Member States to transform ASEAN into a community that is people-centred, inclusive, sustainable, resilient, and dynamic as stated in the ASEAN 2025 Vision.

Ms. Anqi ZHANG

Governance of Labour Migration in South and South-East Asia (GOALS)

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The Project is conceived in response to various facets of labour migration, fair and ethical recruitment and sustainable reintegration, gaps and challenges relating to safe, orderly and regular labour migration and improved skills recognition, in the corridors between South and South-East Asia and the Middle East. The project is designed on the first phase of the SDC supported regional project, ìStrengthening Labour Migration Governance through Regional Cooperation in Colombo Process Countriesî.

Indonesia's Bilateral Cooperation with Bahrain and the Philippines on protection of migrant workers

Submitted by Ms. Charlotte … on

In pursuit of exploring bilateral cooperation on migrant workers with countries that have reformed their regulation on migrant workers so as to provide more protection for them, Indonesia has launched cooperation between Bahrain and the Philippines.

This cooperation includes, for example, the Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of Manpower and Transmigration of the Republic of Indonesia and the Department of Labor and Employment of the Republic of the Philippines Concerning Migrant Workers.

One International Migration Data

Submitted by Ms. Charlotte … on

Recognizing the importance of data provision in migration policy, the enaction of Presidential Regulation No. 39 of 2019 on One Data Indonesia, aims to help government to collect, manage, and utilize data accurately: sophisticatedly, integrated, accountable, accessible, and usable. Following this regulation, the Indonesian Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) has initiated the One International Migration Data project, which will facilitate collection of data on migration during the population census in 2020.

Programme Migration & Diaspora (PMD)

The PMD programme is financed by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and supports key actors in making more effective use of regular migration and diaspora engagement to achieve their development goals. Guided by the Global Compact for Migration (GCM), the program is implemented by GIZ in up to 25 partner countries and focuses on the following three components:

 

Ms. Charlotte …

Japanese Economic Partnership Agreements with Indonesia and the Philippines

Submitted by Mr. Camille Saadé on

The Japanese Economic Partnership Agreements with Indonesia and the Philippines established the legal framework to receive Indonesian and Filipino nurses and care workers. Japan has been receiving candidates to become nurses and care workers from these countries for years. The program provides language training and the opportunity to work in Japanese hospitals. Candidates can take the examination to become qualified nurses and care workers and access work in Japan beyond the 3- or 4 year- period foreseen by the program.

Indonesia's 'Village Law' and village development programmes

Submitted by Mr. Camille Saadé on

In 2014, Indonesia issued the so-called ´Village Law´ which intends to push for development in villages and empower villagers in conducting business and economic activities. The law was one of the most significant pieces of legislation since Indonesia began a push for decentralization of power from the center to the regions in 2001.  The law guarantees that the central government allocate a specific amount of funds to Indonesia’s 74,093 villages so that they can finance their own development based on their individual needs and priorities

Migrant Recruitment Advisor

Submitted by Mr. Camille Saadé on

RecruitmentAdvisor is a global recruitment and employment review platform offering easy access to information about recruitment agencies and workers’ rights when  looking for a job abroad. The best advisors are other workers with experience.

RecruitmentAdvisor is a global recruitment and employment review platform offering easy access to information about recruitment agencies and workers’ rights to migrants when looking for a job abroad, based on the principle that the best advisors are other workers with experience. Users can:

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