After conducting the meeting, a survey was shared to the participants of workplace meeting, in order to know their opinion of the campaign. However, because not many of the campaigners are open about their involvement with this ILO project, only 84 people participated in the survey.
Below is the result of the survey:
Overall, the campaign has 1,812 social media posts with 6,492 shares, 53,948 likes, and 9,962 comments. Our campaigners shared the campaign messages on social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tiktok, Snack Video, Youtube, Hello, Line, and some online news portals. For engagement, Facebook is seen as the most effective because our campaigners use Facebook on daily basis, and they have many friends in it. Sharing campaign materials there engaged people to be active like liking the posts, giving comments, and sharing the messages to the audience’s account. It helps to multiply and amplify the messages.
In general, the campaigners produced social media posts with the issues of Gender Equality, Inclusion, and Non-discrimination, but they tailored the messages with the nature of their works or the focus of their organization. For example, Jala PRT tailored the messages with the situation of domestic workers in Indonesia and the demand to legalise the draft bill on the protection of domestic workers. SBMI incorporated the messages to the condition of Indonesian migrant workers, how they experience racism and discrimination abroad, and they also promoted the safe and legal ways to work abroad. IKAGI told the stories of sexual abuse experienced by female flight attendants, and AJI tailored the messages with the discrimination and intimidation faced by journalists while they are on duty, especially the female journalists.
For the workplace meeting, we have 2,354 people participated with 875 men and 1,497 women. During the discussion, the campaigners mostly discussed about gender equality, discrimination, inclusion, sexual violence and abuse, by reflecting and sharing their own experience. The topics related to disability rights, HIV, and refugees are new topics for them, yet they were still interested to talk about them. Having our campaigners trained on those issues helped us to debunk the myths believed by the participants related those issues.
The campaigners also found that the campaign is very useful. Many of them committed to incorporate the campaign in their organisation’s works and personally, they want to keep doing the campaign even though this project has ended.
Below are some samples of social media post made by the campaigners:
Social Media Post
From: Salsa Nofelia (SBMI)
Message: Stop modern slavery in the ocean, with data from SBMI in 2020.
From: Jumiyem (Jala PRT)
Message: Domestic workers are not robot; they need to rest and are entitle to leaves.
From: Herman Nugraha (Jarak)
Message: The rights of domestic workers
From: Leriche Vernisa (K-Sarbumusi)
Message: The Law No. 8/2016 on the rights of people with disability
From: Figo Paroji (SBMI)
Message: Domestic workers are not assistants or helpers, they are workers, ratify ILO Convention 189, legalise the draft bill on the protection of domestic workers.
From: Wina NK (Jala PRT)
Message: Legalise the draft bill on the protection of domestic workers.