Enhancing Protection and Placement: Indonesian Migrant Workers in Focus

enhancing protection and placement indonesian migrant workers in focus

enhancing protection and placement indonesian migrant workers in focus

The government has serious concerns about how to safeguard and efficiently place Indonesian migrant workers. Ida Fauziyah, the minister of labor, has emphasized the importance of coordinated efforts from numerous ministries and agencies to enhance the management of migrant worker placement and protection. As a result, the administration plans to issue a presidential instruction outlining particular roles, responsibilities, and powers in this area.

Presidential Instruction: A Blueprint for Collaborative Action

The administration is preparing to publish a presidential instruction in an effort to simplify the management of Indonesian migrant workers. The tasks of each ministry, organisation, and level of government, from the central to the village, are described in full in this instruction, which will act as a thorough blueprint. The goal is to promote coordinated, cooperative activity targeted at improving migrant workers’ placement and protection.

Roles and Responsibilities Defined

The duties of various parties concerned will be fully described in the next presidential order. For instance, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Indonesian Migrant Workers’ Protection Agency (BP2MI) will be in charge of problems pertaining to worker placement issues, recruitment agreements, waiting period acceleration, and recruitment permit issuing. Additionally, village administrations as well as the provincial, district, and city governments will work together to disseminate information about employment prospects and worker protection.

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The Three Directives of President Joko Widodo

The management of Indonesian migrant labor has been addressed by three important instructions from President Joko Widodo. The first direction focuses on streamlining the placement process and managing migrant employees from upstream to downstream while also reviewing and overseeing their management. The second directive is to improve the social security safety net for migrant Indonesian employees at all employment levels. The review of current laws governing the hiring and protection of Indonesian workers is a key component of the third directive.

The upcoming presidential order shows the Indonesian government’s dedication to addressing the challenges associated with the placement and protection of its migrant workers. The government intends to expedite procedures and guarantee the welfare of Indonesian migrant employees throughout their job journey by defining clear roles and encouraging collaboration between diverse parties. It is predicted that as the training develops, it will open the door for migrant worker management tactics and efforts that are more successful.

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Wrighter covers news across the global on Human Rights, Migrants Rights, and Labor Rights. Wrighter has vast experience in writing and is a doctor by profession.

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