Building on the success of the “Inclusion of Young Workers in the IKEA Supply Chain” youth development programme in Vietnam in 2017-2018, The Centre continued working with IKEA Purchasing & Logistics Southeast Asia to support young workers in its supply chain in Indonesia in 2019.
The programme gives youth, particularly disadvantaged and marginalised youth, the opportunity to access decent work and opportunities for personal and professional development, while at the same time furnishing the industry with skilled labour.
Below is the story of Riky, a 17-year-old highschool drop-out whose previous work experience included working seven days a week for very little pay.
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