Labour & Migrant Workers

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October 2009

News/Indonesia – October 26, 2009

Baban Gandapurnama, Bandung – Workers from the Preparatory Committee for the Indonesian Labour Movement Union (KP-PPBI) are demanding a minimum wage increase across all regions in 2010 of as much a

News/Indonesia – October 20, 2009

Ari Saputra, Jakarta – Hundreds of workers from various labour organisations held a protest action at the front gates of the House of Representatives (DPR) building in Jakarta on October 20.

July 2009

News/Indonesia – July 7, 2009

Novi Christiastuti Adiputri, Jakarta – Scores of people from the Indonesian Youth Front for Struggle (FPPI) demonstrated at the Hotel Indonesia roundabout in Central Jakarta on Tuesday July 7 calli

Surya Daily Online – July 6, 2009

Judi Prasetyo, Jombang – Workers from the Independent Indonesian National Front for Labour Struggle (FNPBI-Independen) have agreed to boycott the coming July 8 presidential elections by not using t

News/Indonesia – July 5, 2009

Jombang – Thousands of workers have declared their opposition to participating in the July 8 presidential elections.

June 2009

Kompas – June 17, 2009

Politician: Foreign exchange? Yes!

Man: But what they need is protection and legal certainty...

News/Indonesia – June 7, 2009

Up until now, Dita Indah Sari has been known as a labour activist, while Vice President Jusuf Kalla is known as a business person.

Tempo Interactive – June 7, 2009

Kurniasih Budi, Jakarta – A group of workers who have declared themselves as a voluntary team to support Jusuf Kalla and Wiranto believe that Kalla’s performance has been better than the other pres

May 2009

News/Indonesia – May 21, 2009

Rachmadin Ismail, Jakarta – Hundreds of demonstrators from the Workers Challenge Alliance (ABM) held an protest action on May 21 opposing the candidates running for the July 8 presidential election

Kompas – May 1, 2009

Jakarta – After holding a demonstration to commemorate International Labour Day at the Hotel Indonesia roundabout and the State Palace in Central Jakarta, protesters from the Indonesian Metal Trade