The webinar “Learning and Skills Development for Green Recovery: Building Back Better with Low Carbon Development in Indonesia” was organized by PAGE Indonesia on 23 June 2021 — focused on the role of learning and skills development in enabling Indonesia to “Build Back Better” through its Low-Carbon Development Initiative (LCDI). The event was framed around the findings of the Green Economy Learning Assessment (GELA) conducted in Indonesia last year, which identified gaps and entry points for scaling green economy learning in the country.
The webinar was led by UNDP, with support from UNITAR, ILO and in partnership with BAPPENAS (the Ministry of National Development Planning) and featured speakers from various government ministries including the Ministry of National Development Planning, Institute of State Administration of the Republic of Indonesia (LAN), Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) and Ministry of Industry (MoI), as well as from the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), the Indonesia workers association (represented by KSBSI), civil society, the academic community, and private sector. Among the presentations, a policy framework for green jobs and a just transition was presented by the ILO, providing some of key findings of their recent decent jobs and just transition policy readiness assessments worked in the ASEAN region, including an ongoing study in Indonesia.
The webinar was attended by over 400 participants across Zoom and YouTube from a mix of government officials from various ministries, sub-national governments, the private sector, universities (from the Western, Central, and Eastern parts of Indonesia), civil society, development partners, and workers associations.
The audience was able to engage across interactive polls, open discussion and a full Q&A session at the end.
The Green Economy Learning Assessment (GELA) Executive Summary report was also launched at this webinar.
English version – GELA Indonesia Executive Summary_Eng
Indonesian version – GELA Indonesia Ringkasan Eksekutif_INA