Public Debate: Towards a Pro-Migrant Workers ASEAN Community Post-2015 [organized by Representative of Indonesia to the AICHR – Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands]

June 29, 2015 - June 29, 2015

The overall objective of this second Public Debate is to achieve a common understanding on the issues of protection and promotion of migrant workers’ rights in ASEAN among key national stakeholders, as well as to formulate joints steps and actions towards pro-migrant workers policies in ASEAN.

2nd Public Debate and Iftar
Representative of Indonesia to the AICHR in cooperation with
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

“Towards a Pro-Migrant Workers ASEAN Community Post-2015”
Monday, 29 June 2015
Erasmus Huis, Jakarta

1. Relevant Government Agencies/Ministries of Indonesia, such as:

  • o Agency for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Migrant Workers or BNP2TKI;
  • o Directorate General of Immigration Ministry of Law and Human Rights;
  • o Ministry of Social Affairs;
  • o Ministry of Trade;
  • o Ministry for Cooperatives Small and Medium Enterprises;
  • o Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs (handling micro credit and migrant workers); and,
  • o Non-Bank Financial Institutions

2. Indonesian Representatives to ASEAN Human Rights Bodies and Committees, including:

  • o ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Right (AICHR)
  • o ASEAN Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Women and Children (ACWC)
  • o ASEAN Committee on the Implementation of the ASEAN Declaration on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers (ACMW)
  • o Permanent Representative of Indonesia to ASEAN

3. National Human Rights Institutions:

  • National Commission on Human Rights (KOMNAS HAM)
  • National Commission on Violence Against Women (KOMNAS Perempuan)
  • Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI),
  • Protection of Witnesses and Victims Agency (LPSK)

4. Civil Society Organisations (CSOs)/Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)

5. Trade Unions and Migrant Workers Associations such as ASETUC and its members in Indonesia

6. ASEAN Dialogue Partners

7. Diplomatic Missions in Jakarta especially countries that receiving countries forIndonesian Migrant Workers (BMI), such as

  • o Japan
  • o Taiwan
  • o Saudi Arabia
  • o South Korea
  • o Qatar
  • o Jordan.

8. UN country Representatives and its Specialised Agencies, such as:

  • o UN Women
  • o UNICEF
  • o ILO
  • o UNODC
  • o UNDP

9. Human Rights and ASEAN Study Centres

10. Universities

11. Think Tank Organisations

12. Media

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