International Labor Day: Green Job

Happy International Labor Day! One of the main labor focus issue of the Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) is on Green Jobs. Working as the technical consultants, IBCSD, along with ILO-Jakarta, have provided support to finalize the ILO country report on Skills for Green Jobs in Indonesia.

The report hopefully can contribute and offer a sound baseline to the continuing dialogue and engagement efforts among the tripartite partners. As Michiko Miyamoto, Country Director ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste stated, human capital & skills development is key priority of the government, and linking this to the country’s sustainability goals is a timely contribution to ongoing implementation of Indonesia’s long-term development plans. The information herein can be used as a starting point for current discussions, to reinvigorate the interest among key stakeholders, who are actively charting the country’s transition to a greener economy. To learn more about the report, please refer to this link: Skill for Green Jobs in Indonesia – The Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development : The Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (

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