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Presentations - 3 December 2008 ESSA

 

Material from the Experts Meeting

Employment and Skills Strategies in South-East Asia (ESSSA):
Indonesia and the Philippines

 

a meeting jointly organised by the ILO and the OECD

 

Jakarta, Indonesia, 3 December 2008

 

OPENING REMARKS

Linda Wirth, Director, SRO Manila, ILO
Sylvain Giguère, Head of the Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Division, OECD
Guntur Witjaksono, Head, International Cooperation, Ministry of Manpower, Indonesia

 

Exploring the main issues for employment and skills development in Indonesia and the Philippines

The labour market and economic context, and current emerging issues in Indonesia and the Philippines

Bambang Widianto, Deputy Minister For The Evaluation of Development Performance, National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS) of Indonesia

Criselda Sy, Director, Bureau of Labor Employment, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippines

ASEAN Context: Labour and Social trends in ASEAN
Kee Beom Kim, Economist, ILO Jakarta

A global perspective
Duncan Campbell, Director, Economic and Labour Market Analysis Department, ILO Geneva

 

Addressing employment and skills development issues in the OECD

 

Upgrading the skills of low-qualified workers in the United States 
Randall Eberts, Executive Director, W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, United States, and LEED Partner

Integrating the vulnerable  into the labour market in the European Union: the case of Ireland
Marion Byrne, Manager of the Local Development Social Inclusion Programme Pobal, and LEED Partner

Strategy and flexibility in the local management of labour market policy: the role of the regional commissioner for social development 
Paul Barker, Group Manager, Labour Market Dynamics, Department of Labour, New Zealand, and LEED Delegate

 

A comment on OECD experience from the Philippines and ASEAN perspective
Tony Asper, Federation of Free Worker and member of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Philippines

 

Sharing experience on local initiatives and strategies to promote employment and skills development between Indonesia, the Philippines and the OECD/broader Asia Pacific region

 

Local employment services in East Java
H. Setiadjit, Vice Director of the East Java Ministry of Manpower (DISNAKER)

Local initiatives to promote employment and skills in the Philippines
Rosanna Urdaneta, Regional Director, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Philippines

Skills development in booming, shrinking and global cities in Australia
Cristina Martinez-Fernandez, Associate Professor at University of Western Sydney and LEED Expert

 

Integrating disadvantaged groups into employment and skills development
Chung Lin-Hui, Deputy Director, Department of Planning, Council of Labor Affairs, Chinese Taipei

 

Learning the lessons A: Designing effective policies and local strategies (better managing the supply and demand of labour and skills)

 

A ROUND TABLE

 

Abdul Wahab Bangkona, Director, Directorate of Standardization and Training Program Development, Ministry of Manpower, Indonesia

Maricris Capistrano, Specialist, Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Marcus Powell, Programme Manager, ILO Jakarta

 

Paul Barker, Group Manager, Labour Market Dynamics, Department of Labour, New Zealand, and LEED Delegate

 

Learning the lessons B: Designing effective governance frameworks (partnerships, capacities, community and business participation, stimulating local initiatives)

 

A ROUND TABLE

 

Sujud Pribadi, Regent of Malang, Province of East Java, Indonesia

 

Dade Angga, Regent of Pasaruan, Province of East Java, Indonesia

 

Julie Borje, Training Director, Center for Excellence, City Government of Marikina, Philippines

 

Randall Eb, Executive Director, W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, United States, and LEED Partner

 

CLOSING REMARKS

Alan Boulton, Director, ILO Jakarta
Sylvain Giguère, Head of the Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Division, OECD

 

 

 

 

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Experts meeting - Employment and Skills Strategies in South-East Asia (ESSSA): Indonesia and the Philippines, Jakarta, Indonesia, 3 December 2008

 

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