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Indonesia demands China's accountability for boat abuse

The horrific news on three Indonesian sailors on board of two Chinese fishing vessels who died in December 2019 and ...

Govt urged to thoroughly investigate Indonesian seafarers' deaths

Chairman of the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI)'s Advisory Council Din Syamsuddin expected that the government ...

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Unraveling truth behind Indonesian seafarers' deaths on Chinese boats

The deaths of four Indonesian seafarers working for Chinese fishing vessels, of which three were buried at sea, comes ...

Long Xing's 14 Indonesian crew flown home from South Korea

Some 14 Indonesians, former crew members of the Chinese fishing ship Long Xing 629, were flown from South Korea to ...

ILO welcomes circular requiring firms to pay holiday allowance

The International Labor Organization (ILO) has lauded the Indonesian Manpower Minister's circular, asking employers ...

China argues Indonesian crew's sea burial meets ILO rules

The Chinese Government and the operators of fishing ships Long Xing 629 and Tian Yu 8 have argued the sea burials of ...

GP Ansor condemns China's burial at sea for Indonesian crew

Nahdlatul Ulama's youth wing, Gerakan Pemuda Ansor, denounced the decision of skippers of Chinese fishing boats to ...

Indonesia to summon Chinese ambassador over deaths of Indonesian crew

Indonesia’s Foreign Affairs Ministry will summon Chinese Ambassador to Indonesia Xiao Qian for clarification on ...

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Solidarity crucial as corona crisis looms over world of work

This year, with communities across the globe battling the coronavirus pandemic, the International Labour Day is being ...

Workers voice three demands in May Day virtual rally

The Federation of Indonesian Metal Workers Union (FSPMI) took to social media to push for three demands in its virtual ...

Nearly half of global workforce facing job loss: ILO

A continued sharp decline in working hours globally amid the COVID-19 outbreak implies 1.6 billion workers in the ...

Opinion

Stranded far from home: the protection of Indonesian migrant workers

*Hana Naufanita is a research intern at the Jakarta-based Centre for Strategic and International Studies ...

News Feature

Life in the time of coronavirus

From Milan, Italy, to New York, the US, and Manila, Filipina, people avoid streets, as countries have closed down ...

Weekend Stories

Paternity leave offers opportunity for fathers to bond with newborns

Last month, Japan’s popular environment minister, Shinjiro Koizumi, grabbed global attention after astonishing ...

Weekend Stories

Strong commitment paramount to combating workplace sexual harassment

Workplace sexual harassment is among the most challenging and insidious issues since victims are oftentimes in a ...