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JAKARTA – A number of textile workers’ unions and employer associations in Indonesia have issued their joint commitment to the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) Action in the Global Garment Industry strategy.

The plan, first outlined in April, proposes coordinated action to protect garment workers’ income, health and employment. It also calls for more sustainable systems of social protection.

The Indonesian Employers’ Association (APINDO), the Indonesian Textile Association (API) and the Garment and Textile Trade Union Federation are amongst the latest cohort of industry stakeholders to align with the ILO’s ambition, having took part in an online meeting earlier this month.

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