List of Publications ON CHILD LABOUR OF ILO-IPEC JAKARTA
1. Child Labour in Indonesia; Operational Policy
and Infrastructure; Dimhart and Associate; May 1993.
2. Background Study on Child Labour, Educational
Policies, and Achievement in Indonesia; Dr. Jiyono et all; June
3. Economically Active Children in Bandung; Central
Bureau of Statistic 1993.
4. Child Labour in Indonesia; Guy Thijs; 1994.
5. Working Children in Medan and Deli Serdang;
North Sumatra (Indonesia); Central Bureau of Statistic; 1995.
6. Child Labour in Three Metropolitan Cities; Jakarta,
Surabaya and Medan; UNICEF-ILO-IPEC in Cooperation with Atma Jaya
Research Centre; 1995.
7. The Study on the Impacts of IDT Programme the
Incidence of Child Labour; Dr. Bambang Indriyanto et all.; 1995.
8. Second National Conference on Working Children
in Indonesia); ILO-IPEC, Ministry of Manpower, Yayasan Kesejahteraan
Anak Indonesia, Wisma Kinasih, Caringin Bogor 24-26 Juli 1996.
9. Impacts of Economic Policies and Programmes
on Child Labour in Indonesia; Atma Jaya Research Centre; September
10. Child Labour in Manufacturing Industry-Indonesia;
Demographic Institute; Jakarta 1996.
11. Report on ILO Convention 138 Workshop; Minimum
Age for Children allowed to work; Cipanas 23-24 October 1996.
12. Children in Hazardous Work in the Informal
Sector in Indonesia; ILO-IPEC in cooperation with Atma Jaya Research
13. Mobilizing Teachers, Educators, and Their Organization
in Combating Child Labour; Review of Existing Out-of-School Education
Programme for Working Children in Indonesia; by Bambang Indriyanto
and Jiyono; Jakarta, 1996.
14. Child Labour in Indonesia; Simon Johnson Melbourne
University; July 1997.
15. Studies of Child Labour in Indonesia; 1993-1996;
Atma Jaya Research Centre; 1997.
16. Child Labour and Its Interventions; in cooperation
with Yayasan Anak Merdeka Indonesia (SAMIN) in cooperation with
17. Research: Child Prostitution; Study Cases in
Java; in cooperation with Yayasan Kusuma Buana and Atma Jaya Research
18. Country Report: The impact of the Indonesian
Economic Crisis on Child Labour: Rapid Assessment; Simon Johnson,
Wynandin Imawan and Arum R. Kusumanegara; March 1998
19. Economically Active Children in South Sulawesi;
Central Bureau of Statistic; 1999
20. Guideline on Child Labour Intervention Programme;
in cooperation with Directorate General PMD Ministry of Home Affair
and ILO-IPEC Jakarta; 1999
21. Research Report: Some Factors Caused Children
to Work; M. Iqbal Djajadi, Sociology Laboratory, FISIP UI; in cooperation
with ILO-IPEC and Directorate General PMD-Ministry of Home Affair;
22. Trafficking of Children in Indonesia: A Preliminary
Description of the Situation: Department of Social Welfare- Faculty
of Social and Political Sciences- University of Indonesia; November
1. ILO-IPEC 30 seconds TV Spots
2. Child Labour in Bandung
4. Public Forum "A Brief Story of Child Labour
5. "Reaching the Out Reached"; a video
highlights the children's devastating condition as child domestic
workers, child prostitutes, deep-sea child workers and children
working at the transmigration sites who help their families to survive
by ploughing unfertile soil. (20 minutes)