It Can Happen to Anyone: A Survey Report on Violence and Harassment in the World of Work in Indonesia 2022

Violence and harassment in the world of work, including gender-based violence, are serious problems. The violence and harassment, can have a negative impact on the business world, companies and workers, including affecting relationships in the workplace, health and workers welfare, productivity of the company and employees, and company reputation.

One of the challenges in ending violence and harassment in the world of work in Indonesia is the lack of public awareness regarding this matter, including ability to identify form of violence and harassment, and how to deal with it. Often likened to phenomenon of the iceberg, most victims of violence and harassment in the world of work that are reluctant to report their cases.

In June 2019, the International Labor Conference in Geneva, representing elements of government, employers, and labour/workers unions of its member countries; adopt ILO Convention No.190 (ILO C190) on the Elimination of Violence and Harassment in World of Work. This is the first international treaty to recognize the right of everyone to a free from violence and harassment world of work.

Author: Imelda Riris Damayanti, Fildza Aisyantifa Kautsar, Alvin Nicola, Fiana Dwiyanti

Publisher: Never Okay Project

Data Category: Research

File Size: 3.95 MB


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