The 2019 World Development Report (WDR) will look at the changing landscape of work and explore the implications for future labor markets. Increasing automation, the rise of the gig economy, and shifts in global trade and investment, as well as demographic change and urbanization, are all shaping demand and supply for different skillsets. The Report will analyze the impact of these forces, showcase data on returns to experience, and consider how individuals, companies and governments can respond. Consultations will open in February 2018 upon release of the briefing materials. More information will be posted on the Consultation Hub in the coming weeks.
Consultation for Indonesia Country Partnership Framework 2016-2020
The World Bank Group has launched the preparation process for its new partnership framework with Indonesia. The process will involve consultations with the civil society to exchange views on the country's development opportunities and ways to address them through the partnership framework.
The Consultation Process
The consultation process includes both face-to-face consultation meetings and an online/web-based platform. A series of consultations with civil society organizations, private sector and the government have been planned at the following locations:
1. Jakarta, September 21, 2015
2. Makassar, September 29, 2015
3. Yogyakarta, October 8, 2015
4. Jakarta, October 12, 2015
Indonesia Country Partnership Framework 2016-2020 (PDF 1.48 MB)
KERANGKA KERJA KEMITRAAN NEGARA INDONESIA 2016-2020 (PDF 1.70 MB)
Consultation timeline (in Bahasa Indonesia) (PDF 88.12 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary (21 September 2015, Jakarta) (PDF 172.14 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary (29 September 2015, Makassar) (PDF 160.75 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary (8 October 2015, Yogyakarta) (PDF 200.69 KB)
Consultation Meeting Summary (12 October 2015, Jakarta) (PDF 106.41 KB)
The consultation webpage includes background materials that interested stakeholders can use to provide their input. Stakeholders can send their feedback and input for the draft CPF by e-mail to the World Bank’s office in Jakarta, email@example.com, by October 16.