Supporting EU-based apparel Brands by providing training to their suppliers (garment factories) on communication. The training involves factory management and workers representative or labour unions, to improve bipartite communication to be more focus, constructive and evidence based. Better communication is one of the key to improve working condition.
In the first phase (November 2022-September 2023), SocialDrives supports Freedom Fund to do assessment, capacity building and technical assistant towards their partner organizations in Indonesia, particularly in the developing of theory of change and project monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) system. The partners are implementing Hot Spot project on forced labour in the seafood industry, including the issues affecting migrant fishers overseas and seafood processing workers.
In the second phase (October 2023 - September 2024), the consultation has focus on providing technical assistance in reporting writing, to revisit theory of change and to assist the writing of proposals for the second phase of project proposal that will be submitted by partner organizations.
Supporting Yayasan Care Peduli to do data verification of GES and baseline study in the TARGET's supplier (garment factories) in West Java and Central Java. TARGET is an American big box department store chain with stores in all US states. One of TARGET's Responsible Sourcing and Sustainability Goals 2025 is to build a resilient supply chain through equity and justice. The objective is to have 100% of suppliers have policies and programs implemented to advance gender equity. The plan is to achieve this through equitable systems for hiring and advancement, financial security for workers, effective anonymous channels for incident reporting, and access to gender responsive health information and services for workers.
Supporting S.Oliver, a Germany-based apparel brand in capacity building of their supplier (garment factory) in gender topic. The gender training covers Occupational Health and Safety, as well as on how to prevent, mitigate and address Gender Based Violence (GBV) including sexual harassment at the workplace. The factory was assisted to establish Gender Committee with solid workplan.
Undertake baseline study on STRONGER: “Sustainable intervention, Greater Voices, and Change the Barrier on Violence Against Women and Girls”. STRONGER is further OXFAM efforts to consolidate the intervention results and strengthen existing achievements of previous intervention, Creating Spaces, to optimize the impact and expand the movement to prevent child marriage. This follow-up effort is carried out to achieve the Goal: Girls and Boys in 4 targeted provinces (East Java, West Java, South Sulawesi, and West Nusa Tenggara) are free from child marriage.
To support AMURT and KNH-BMZ on final evaluation of project titled "Supporting Quality Early Childhood Education and Promulgating a Child-Centred Early Childhood Teacher-Training Program in Demak District, Indonesia". The project is focus on training for Early Childhood teachers training program. Final evaluation provides practical recommendations for future improvement and design of next projects.
Supported by Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC), this study will provide the complexity of environment, the challenges and good practices on how to fulfil the rights of children, including on how to prevent and address the child labour in palm oil plantations. Furthermore, this study will discuss the progress of the inclusion of child’s rights into the policies and sustainability standards, using Indonesia and Malaysia as geographical settings. This research seeks to understand how oil palm company activities affect children’s lives, what are the challenges in protecting and respecting children’s rights, as well as what companies operating in Indonesia and Malaysia can do and/or should do to respect children’s rights. It also will provide recommendations to improve company’s practice.
The objective of this project is to identify lesson learned, success and challenge in delivering an effective influencing against poverty and inequality, including three programs [Economic Justice, Gender Justice, and Right in Crises]. Oxfam is a global movement of people who are fighting inequality to end poverty and injustice. Oxfam are working across regions in more than 90 countries with thousands of partners and allies.
To support Indonesia Ocean Justice Initiative to do Cost-Benefit Analysis as additional to their study on "The Effectiveness of the Small Fisherman Law and Management of Coastal Zone and Small Islands (PWP3K) Law", that has been conducted in 7 coastal areas in Indonesia. IOJI is an independent think thank that has focus on marine governance and sustainable ocean governance.
To support Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) Indonesia and Philippines in facilitating offline sharing and learning workshop in Yogyakarta that involves organization partners. ASB is a German relief and social welfare organization engaged in social service provisions including civil protection, rescue service and social welfare. ASB works through more than 200 branch offices in Germany and more than 20 countries.
The objective of the learning workshop is to identify lesson learned, success and challenge in strengthening capacity of civil society in Indonesia in promoting sustainable and responsible Asia investment in the energy sector and achieving the SDGs goal 5, 7 and 13 and Paris Declaration Goals for the benefit of women, poor and marginalized people.
Supported by Belgium-based organization, this study focus on analysing the impact of climate change to the palm oil workers, as well as the quality of the social protection for workers (BPJS Employment). This research come with the recommendations for CSOs on how they can advocate adaptive social protection that can improve workers health and welfare condition.
The impact of Covid-19 pandemic on the economy is the loss of jobs and income. While in society, people need to adapt to the “new normal” either in domestic, workplace and public. Unfortunately, such impacts are not gender neutral. The triple burden endured by women in productive, reproductive, and community roles has been exposed and intensified due to COVID-19. The pandemic is deepening the existing inequalities, uplifting the vulnerabilities in social, political and economic systems. Hivos has mission to amplify and connect voices that promote social and environmental justice and challenge power imbalances. Hivos is based in the Haque and works in 40 countries.
SocialDrives provides technical assistant in the application to get capacity building, stakeholders engagement and grant from the South East Asia Feminist Movement (SEAFAM) which covers Indonesia, Malaysia and Philipines. We are proud that the homeworkers group has been selected by Jakarta Feminist to be part of the movement!