Migrant Workers in Asia: Policies and Practices in Social Sciences LIPI Jakarta, 14‐15 July 2011
• • “Migrant Workers and The State” Rafendi Djamin (The Asean Inter Governmental Commission on Human Rights) “Labour Migration andThe State” Dr. Aswatini, MA (Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
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“Migration and Human Rights in Asia: Between Rhetoric and Reality” Graziano Batistela (Scalabrini Migration Center, The Phillipines) “Migrant Workers as a constitutional Challenge for Indonesia” Dr. Riwanto Tirtosudarmo, MA (Indonesian Institute of Science) “Significance of the Amendement of Law no. 39/2004 on Overseas Placement and Protection for Indonesian Migrant Workers” Prasetyohadi (Institute for Ecosoc Rights) “Regional Outlook on Migrant Workers in Asia” Kartini Pouchous (The International Organization for Migration) “Malaysia – Kebijakan Program Amnesty 6P 2011 untuk Pendatang Tanpa Izin (PATI)” Alex Ong (Migrant Care Malaysia) Labor and Human Rights Protections Required for Indonesian Migrant Workers A.Y. Bonasahat, S.H., LL.M (International Labour Organization)
Workshop Agenda Migrant Workers in Asia: Policies and Practices in Social Sciences LIPI Jakarta, 14 15 July 2011 DAY 1 09.30 – 09.45 09.45 – 10.15 14th July 2011 Registration Opening Remarks 1. Chairman of National Committee of MOST 2. Director and Representative UNESCO Office, Jakarta – Prof. Hubert Gijzen 3. Chairman of LIPI – Prof. Dr. Lukman Hakim. M.Sc 10.15 – 11.00 11.00 – 12.30 Keynote Speech Prof. Dr. Hikmahanto Juwana LL.M (The University of Indonesia) Session 1 “Migrant Workers and the State” Moderator: Charaf Ahmimed 1. Dr. Ir. Aswatini Raharto, MA (Indonesian Institute of Sciences) “Labour Migration and The State” 2. Rafendi Jamin (The Asean Inter Governmental Commission on Human Rights) 3. Graziano Batistella (Scalabrini Migration Center The Phillipines) “Migration and Human Rights...