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Workshop on Greening the Economy: Its Impact on Growth, Employment and CO2 Emissions: A Green DySAM Analysis.

The Green Jobs-A/P, EMPINVEST and Co-Jakarta intends to conduct a workshop to promote a wider dissemination of the analytical work carried out on Green Jobs by the ILO, in particular the presentation of the Green DySAM methods and findings resulting from a Green DySAM analysis. The focus was given on the analysis of the employment economic and environmental (CO2 emissions) impact of a shift towards a greener economy in Indonesia. The idea is also to support the tripartite partners and other stakeholders to discuss employment implications and decide on policy and project options for Indonesia.

    When Jan 28, 2015
    from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
    Where Jakarta, Indonesia
    Attendees Expective Participants
    The national participants, shall be policy makers and senior technical officers, from the various relevant ministries, social partners to include but not limited to the following:
    Relevant ministries of the Government of Indonesia
    - Ministry of Manpower
    - Ministry of Forestry and Environment
    - Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs
    - Bank of Indonesia
    - Ministry of Tourism
    - Ministry of Youth and Sports
    - REDD+ agency
    - Indonesian Climate Change Council (DNPI)
    - Central Statistics Bureau (BPS)
    - Ministry of Energy and Minerals
    - Ministry of Agriculture
    Social partners
    - APINDO
    - KSPI
    - KSPSI
    - KSPSI Reconciliation
    - KSBSI
    Research Institute, Academia and other stakeholders (International agencies/Development partners
    - University of Indonesia
    - Embassy of Canada or DFATD
    - Norwegian Embassy
    - World Bank
    - EU Representative
    - SECO
    - FAO
    - Institute of Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
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    The primary objective of the ILO Green Jobs Programme for Asia and the Pacific (Green Jobs- A/P) is to enhance the capacity of ILO constituents to engage in dialogue on green jobs at the local, national and regional level through access to quality data and information.   In this context, several research studies on the mapping of green jobs across the economy have been undertaken with a view to better understanding the linkages between employment, environment and the economy in Indonesia.

    A comprehensive approach for research work on decent work and green jobs at the national consists of four phases; a scoping study; the building of an analytical tool for estimating the employment impacts of green policies (I-O tables, DYSAM); use the tool for modelling green policies in consultation with the national constituents and; building of the capacity of the national partners for maintaining the tool and continuing the research effort.


    1. To promote awareness and better understanding among wider/broader base of constituents of the analytical findings under the Green Jobs Mapping Indonesia and the Green Dynamic Social Accounting Matrix (DySAM) analysis and modelling support.
    2. To facilitate discussion and sharing of relevant national policies and programmes which may benefit from the application of the results and/or use of the Green DySAM methodology.
    3. To provide a forum for shared assessment of the above thus providing the critical basis for consensus on the roadmap to a job-rich, inclusive green(er) economy, informed by the analytical findings and experiences shared among constituents and stakeholders.

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