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    0731518381
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    Dept. of Political and Social Change, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University (1993)
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    326 pages
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Note: The Indonesia Update book was known as the Indonesia Assessment until 2002, when it. .Labour: Sharing in the Benefits of Growth?

Note: The Indonesia Update book was known as the Indonesia Assessment until 2002, when it became the Indonesia Update Series.

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The paper examines the development of the labour movement in Indonesia in the context of trade unionism .

The paper examines the development of the labour movement in Indonesia in the context of trade unionism elsewhere in the area of the Asia-Pacific region. The Indonesian labour movement is shown to exhibit a dual nature; consisting of an official sponsored and legal form of unionism, and an independent, quasi-illegal form of unionism. Although the form of state intervention in Indonesia may be different from state intervention.

The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) in Singapore was established as an autonomous organization in 1968.

The changing demographics of Indonesia have the potential to contribute to a variety of social issues. Some of these, such as an ageing population, will not be experienced until after 2050. Others social issues relating to education, employment, the distribution of wealth and urbanisation, will likely be made manifest in the near-term.

Social protection in Indonesia has evolved as fast as the country itself over the past two decades

Social protection in Indonesia has evolved as fast as the country itself over the past two decades. Today, the Government of Indonesia (GoI) recognises social protection as being central to its economic, political and social development as well as its ambition of becoming one of the world’s ten largest economies by 2030