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Providing information to outgoing Indonesian migrant workers

Hugo, Graeme.

Providing information to outgoing Indonesian migrant workers

by Hugo, Graeme.

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Published by South-East Asia and the Pacific Multidisciplinary Advisory Team, International Labour Office in Manila .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [41]-42).

Statementby Graeme Hugo, W. R. Böhning.
SeriesSEAPAT working paper -- 7
ContributionsBöhning, W. R., South-East Asia and the Pacific Multidisciplinary Advisory Team.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 42 p. :
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23236407M
ISBN 109221122344
LC Control Number2009316510

EFFECTS OF LABOR IMMIGRATION POLICIES ON INDONESIAN MIGRANT WORKERS IN JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS by Nidya Kartikasari File Size: 1MB. flooding and increased cyclonic activity). As a result, internal migration may shift to other less at-risk urban areas, including other islands in Indonesia (ADB ). Research also indicates that climate variability in Indonesia will have a greater impact on short-distance population movements than long-distance ones (Thiede and Gray ).

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Providing information to outgoing Indonesian migrant workers by Hugo, Graeme. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Indonesia is not alone, other countries that send migrant workers overseas are facing the same problems. It is apparent that lack of information is an important factor in the various problems faced by Indonesian overseas migrant by: 1. Guide for migrant workers: a pocket book (in Bahasa Indonesia) This book was created as a guide for migrant workers as well for field facilitators (organizer) of migrant workers.

This book can be expected to provide information about safe migration mechanisms to avoid trade practices of people. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: G.

Hugo and W. Bohning. Though Indonesian policymakers have made progress on protecting migrant workers abroad, the country continues to face challenges associated with its competing migration identities, such as protection of trafficking victims and asylum seekers. officials, recruitment agencies, migrant worker recruits, and other stakeholders, the BSR team found significant evidence that variability in the recruitment system is creating human rights risks for Indonesian migrant workers.

In theory, the Indonesian migrant worker recruitment system is. Indonesia, the world’s fourth-largest country, has for decades been a major origin for labor migration, with its workers fanning out to locations in the Asia-Pacific and beyond. respects the rights of migrant workers when handling and repatriating undocumented Indonesian migrant workers.

The Indonesian goverment must ensure that those responsible for law enforcement are bringing cases of human trafficking to a complete resolution and are fulfilling victims’ rights.

Protection of Indonesian Overseas Workers (BNP2TKI), the Indonesian Police, local provincial and district governments and community-based organizations to develop and disseminate information and education materials on safe migration, including a Safe Migration pocket book; a Safe Migration comic Fighting Migrant Exploitation Indonesia is a.

Obtain employment; for many Indonesian migrant workers the job abroad is the first paid job they ever had. About 56 percent of migrant workers were primarily engaged in housekeeping or unpaid work before migrating, leaving just 44 percent with experience of a paid job before working abroad.

Indonesian migrant worker or Tenaga Kerja Indonesia (abbreviate: TKI) are Indonesian citizens that work in foreign countries outside of Indonesia. The large population of Indonesia as the world's 4th largest, has contributed to the surplus of workforces in Indonesia.

IOM International Organization for Migration LABOUR MIGRATION FROM INDONESIA Indonesian Migrant Workers for all their support throughout this project. Finally, IOM hopes that this report will support the Government of Indonesia in its e˛orts to better address its current and future labour migration challenges, contributing to enhanced.

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Hutabarat] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Many analyzes on migrant workers from human rights perspectives focus on human rights violation and legal instruments.

Providing information to outgoing Indonesian migrant workers / by Graeme Hugo, W.R. Bohning; Studi dampak AFAS-GATS terhadap mobilitas tenaga kerja asing di Indonesia / kerjasama antara Badan Peren Informasi khusus tentang ijin kerja/mempekerjakan tenaga asing dibidang komputerdi Indonesia.

Consequently Indonesian workers began to involve in some various cases such as crimes and social problems. Joseph Liow ( ) noted that up to around 36% of prisoners in Malaysia were Indonesian migrant.

Furthermore the trend of Indonesian migrant involvement in criminal significantly growing up especially after s. InAuthor: Arry Bainus, Ali Maksum, Muhamad Fadhil Nurdin. It should be a competitive option for Indonesia’s growing workforce.

By professionally managing labor migration, we can assist migrant workers to access good jobs and improve their protections while abroad and it is the Government’s obligation to facilitate this,” said M. Hanif Dhakiri, Minister of Manpower of the Republic of Indonesia.

In particular, NGOs are organizing migrant workers, providing information and training, raising public awareness of issues concerning migrants, and documenting the migration experience.

One example is the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Malaysia to increase protection of Indonesian workers, especially domestics, in mid in Bali. IOM Indonesia - Fighting Migrant Exploitation, March Capacity Building of Legal Practitioners Conviction rates of perpetrators have remained low in Indonesia.

The aim of this research is to find out whether the welfare of the Indonesian migrant workers (TKI) working in Kedah, Malaysia, increases. There. After Indonesia gained its independence inlabour migration from the country continued as a spontaneous movement.

In the Indonesian Government announced regulations to recruit Indonesians to work overseas, and in started to encourage the sending of international migrant workers overseas. • Enhancing Indonesia-Malaysian mutually beneficial policy on Remittance Service Provider (RSP) operation, migrant workers’ accessibility to formal remittance channel, etc.

• Harmonizing the statistical method related to migrant workers and remittances between Indonesia and Malaysia to facilitate data Size: KB. were children of migrant workers.

This paper describe three issues; first) the rights to education under international human rights law, second) Indonesian legal perspective in the right to education and, third) how Indonesian government comply the right to education for children of Indonesian migrant workers.

Universal. Migrant Maids and Nannies for Jihad. By Nava Nuraniyah. as well as our interviews with several dozen Indonesian migrant workers and Muslim leaders in Hong Kong, these workers seem to have.• The Angkasa Pura I manager of Ngurah Rai Airport says that between 23 March and 27 April, staff worked with provincial authorities to process the return of 4, returning Indonesian migrant workers on 27 charter flights.

He expects to receive more flights in the near future.