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Asia-Pacific Green Jobs Learning and Planning Meeting (Bangkok, April 2014)
The overall goal of the team meeting is to facilitate knowledge sharing and joint programme planning and implementation for Green Jobs-AP. This is deemed crucial as the programme enters the new biennium 2014-2015, just a year from the close of the Asian Decent Work Decade-2006-2015. The meeting intends to facilitate joint discussion on progress made and gains achieved in the programme. In particular, in terms of building of the knowledge-base and evidence for green jobs, as such re knowledge products, policy advice and tools developed; forming partnerships and collaborations; and developing strategies, good practice and lessons learnt. The discussions in the meeting is expected to support action which takes full advantage of the opportunities and addresses the challenges to promoting green jobs and ensuring a just transition to greening economy in the AP countries.
Green Jobs Workshop (Jakarta, July 2013)
The workshop was held in Jakarta on the 15th of July 2013 and aimed at presenting and discussing the outcomes of the Green Jobs Mapping Study for Indonesia, its methodology and follow up activities as well as the general framework for the promotion of green jobs. Furthermore, the conclusions of the 102nd International Labour Conference regarding the achievement of decent work, green jobs and sustainable development, were also discussed.
Indonesian Roundtable on Greening the National Development Plan (Jakarta, June 2013)
The Government of Indonesia in partnership with the UNDP, the UNEP, and the United Nations Office for REDD+ Coordination in Indonesia (UNORCID), held the National Roundtable on Greening the National Development Plan on 21 June 2013 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Roundtable was to contribute to discussions on transformation to a green economy and promote its integration into national development strategies and plans, with a particular focus on the Mid-term National Development Strategy (RPJMN) as an entry point for realising Indonesia’s ambitions for sustainable development. Emphasis was made throughout the discussions on the three core principles of the development plan; pro-job, pro-poor and pro-growth. The output of the roundtable is expected to help initiate discussions leading to the development of substantive indicators and benchmarks for a green economy transition in Indonesia.
International Labour Conference (ILC) 102nd session (Geneva, June 2013) - Agenda item on Sustainable Development, Decent Work and Green Jobs
The 102nd Session of the ILC took place during 5 - 20 June 2013 in Geneva, Switzerland. "Sustainable development, decent work and green jobs" is the fifth item for discussion on the agenda of the ILC.
Indonesian Green entrepreneurship forum (Jakarta, May 2013)
The Green entrepreneurship forum was held on 8 May 2013 in Jakarta to promote and advocate green entrepreneurship to relevant stakeholders in Indonesia. Information and experience on various entrepreneurship programs and green entrepreneurship in Indonesia will be shared during the Forum. The Forum covered a wide range of topics on green jobs, existing entrepreneurship programs, green entrepreneurship, access to finance and relevant government policies that would support green entrepreneurship in Indonesia.
Fourth Regional 3R Forum in Asia (Hanoi, March 2013)
The forum was held on 18-20 March in Hanoi, Viet Nam. It was co-organized by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) of Viet Nam, the Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MOE-Japan), and the United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD). The event expected to address - 3Rs and resource efficiency measures towards achieving the Rio+20 Outcome - The Future We Want; new and emerging waste issues in terms of policy, institutional, and technological considerations; 3R infrastructures towards resource efficient and zero waste society; performance indicators in 3Rs and resource efficiency; 3Rs in SMEs and industry sector, agriculture and rural sector; 3Rs for sustainable and resilient cities; and multi-stakeholders partnerships in advancing 3Rs and resource efficiency, among others.
Expert group Meeting on "Green Growth and Green Jobs for Youth" (Bangkok, December 2012)
The meeting was held on 12-13 December 2012 in Bangkok and co-organized by the ILO together with UNDESA, ESCAP and the UNEP. The event aims to promote a dialogue among government officials, social partners, academic experts, relevant UN agencies, youth entrepreneurs and associations and other stakeholders on this new emerging topic. The meeting was attended by more than 150 participants representing Governments, academia, specialized national and international agencies, trade unions and employers’ organizations, non-governmental organizations and the youth movement.
National forum "Pathway to greener and inclusive economies: The role of sustainable enterprises" (Bangkok, November 2012)
The forum was organised in Bangkok on 9 November 2012. This event is organized under the Greener Business Asia project as a platform to discuss options and promising initiatives for promoting sustainable enterprises and greener jobs in Thailand.
Green Jobs in Asia Regional Conference (Surabaya - Indonesia, August 2012)
On 29-31 August 2012, a tripartite regional workshop was convened to discuss the Green Jobs in Asia project to highlight successful approaches, areas of improvement and the way forward. Representatives from GJA included Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. They were joined by additional countries with Green Jobs experience: China, Fiji, India and Thailand.
Green Jobs Foundation Training in Malaysia (Putrajaya, July 2012)
The ILO and the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA), in collaboration with the Ministry of Human Resources (MoHR) in Malaysia have been implementing the Green Jobs Malaysia project. The initiative aims to develop analytical capacity for the ILO constituents in Malaysia to assess the economic and employment impacts of a green development strategy through the development of green jobs mapping study and a new analytical modelling tool (GreenDySAM). The ‘Green Jobs Foundation Training Workshop’ was held by KeTTHA in collaboration with MOHR, Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (MGTC) and ILO during 16-17 July 2012 in Putrajaya, Malaysia to disseminate the knowledge and information with regards to the development of green jobs in Malaysia.
Third meeting of the Multi-stakeholder Task force on Climate Change and Green Jobs, India (New Delhi, May 2012)
The meeting was held on 24 May 2012 in New Delhi, India
IBSA International Conference on South-South Cooperation 'Innovations in Public Employment Programmes and Sustainable Inclusive Growth' (New Delhi, March 2012)
The IBSA (India-Brazil-South Africa) International Workshop on South-South Cooperation on "Innovations in Public Employment Programmes and Sustainable Inclusive Growth" was held in New Delhi, India from 1-3 March 2012. The workshop was organized by the Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India in collaboration with the Ministries of Rural Development and External Affairs, with technical collaboration of the ILO. The main objective of the workshop was to share knowledge between countries to ensure better cohesion for overall inclusive growth with equity.
ILO 15th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting (APRM) (Kyoto - Japan, December 2011)
The 15th APRM of the ILO was held from 4 to 7 December 2011 in Kyoto, Japan. The central message of the meeting, as originally planned, continues to be highly relevant to all countries, social partners and people in this region. Employment and social protection, backed by fundamental principles and rights at work and social dialogue, are critical to the recovery and to the pursuit of economic, social and environmental sustainability. Greater regional cooperation plays a key role in meeting the 2015 objectives of the Asian Decent Work Decade and in helping to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.
Fellowship Training Programme Skills for Green Jobs
Supported by the ILO/Korea Partnership Programme, and in collaboration with Decent Work Team-Bangkok Skills, the Green Jobs Programme for Asia and the Pacific will take part in a structured learning exercise on Skills for Green Jobs.
PAGE Academy on the Green Economy
From October 6 to October 17, the Asia-Pacific Environment and Decent Work Specialist, Ms Lurraine Baybay Villacorta, participated in the Academy on the Green Economy organised in Turin, Italy. Ms Baybay Villacorta had the opportunity to take part in this knowledge fair, and present green jobs concepts, the role of financial system stakeholders, green infrastructure/works and green entrepreneurships. Ms Baybay Villacorta shared knowledge and experiences from the Asia and the Pacific region, while gaining insights from partners' experiences as well as foster collaboration in the work towards supporting constituents in the just transition to a green economy. Here, you will find resources Ms Baybay Villacorta presented. The ILO ICT has also launched an e-campus accessible via http://ecampus.itcilo.org/mod/page/view.php?id=1162.
Eradicating Poverty through an Inclusive Green Economy (Post - 2015 Agenda)
Profound changes in economic and financial globalization, rapid urbanization of poverty, increasing inequality within nations and ever more visible threats to human development and security from degradation of natural capital and living environment call for a paradigm shift in planning for sustainable development. Actions by nations to advance a green economy (sometimes referred to as ecological civilization; or green, inclusive, low carbon economy; or climate resilient economy; or a circular economy) convey a growing realization that our US$70 trillion global economy needs a refit. The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) defines a green economy as one that results in “improved human well-being and social equity, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities”. The development path should maintain, enhance and, where necessary, rebuild natural capital as a critical economic asset and as a source of public benefits. Human rights and the environment are inextricably linked – through the right of every citizen to a clean, healthy and productive environment.
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