Legal Officer, Assistant to the Inspector-General, Ministry of Labour, Thailand
Cissé Mariam Kaïdama Sidibé, Mali’s prime minister, is the first woman to be appointed to this position in the country’s history and is a former Turin Centre participant.
Thokozani Khupe has been the Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity since 11 February 2009. She is the first woman appointed to this post since Zimbabwe’s independence.
Carmen Trujillo, the Bolivian Minister of Labour since January 2010 is a former participant at the Centre in Turin.
Edward Mutabazi, Lecturer Uganda Management Institute (UMI): "I participated in the training activity on "Participatory labour law making”, 22 June - 3 July, 2009. In terms of course coverage, I had a thorough conviction that all the topics covered were complete, relevant, and very enriching. I can’t forget the inspirational style of delivery by various facilitators. "
Ms. Memouna Kora Zaki Leadi has been appointed Minister of Labour of Benin while taking part in the course on international labour standards being held in Turin and Geneva from 20 to 31 May 2011.
Glenda Muzenda, Project Officer, Gender and Media in Southern Africa
Lieutenant Commander, General Directorate of Captaincies and Coastguards Peruvian Maritime Administration, Participant in “Training of trainers in the application of the ILO Maritime Labour Convention, 2006”, 30 August - 10 September 2010
Labour affairs editor and columnist, Diario de México. Participant in curse: Comunicar los derechos laborales para los profesionales de comunicación de América Latina (Communicating labour rights for Latin American media professionals) 18 to 22 January 2010
Deputy in the Rwandan Parliament
Staff Attorney, Al Kamel Law, Egypt
Head of the Labour Relations Committee , Itaipú Binacional, Brazil
Director, Legal Services, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Jamaica
President, CUT Peru Women's Network and Bureau
President, BMS (Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh), India
Senior Deputy Director (Training and Administration), Institute of Microfinance (InM), Bangladesh
Argentina, participant in the following course: Labour relations in the European labour market
Bermuda Government’s National Office for Seniors and the Physically Challenged, took part in the course entitled "Labour market inclusion of people with disabilities", in Turin, from 27 September to 8 October 2010,
Secretary General for the National Council for Disability Affairs, Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour, Syrian Arab Republic, a participant in the training programme on “Labour market inclusion of people with disabilities” at the ITC-ILO, Turin, from 27 September to 8 October 2010
President of the CUT in Talca Province and leader of the Staff Association of the National Sports Institute of Chile.
Government of Malawi
Valérie Françoise Motio Kamga, a former Turin Centre participant, is President of the “Donne Migranti Internazionali Onlus” Association
Education Senior Adviser, Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV), Peru, participant in the following training activities: “ILO Skills Development Academy”, from 24 October to 4 November 2011, and “Hacer frente a los problemas de empleo juvenil” (distance learning course), from 5 September to 20 December 2011.
Project Manager, ILO Office for Pakistan, participant in the Gender Academy, 21 November - 2 December 2011
Lawyer, Labour Consultant, Peru. Participant in the course entitled "Trade union training in international labour standards and the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and its follow-up".
from Senegal, student in the Master’s programme in Applied Labour Economics for Development (MALED), 2010-2011, residential stage at the Turin Campus from 24 January to 13 May 2011 Dissertation title: “Incidences of taxation on employment and competitiveness: What alternative fiscal policy for developing countries (the case of Senegal)?”
Senator Kerry-Ann F. Ifill, first female President of the Senate of Barbados, is a former Turin Centre participant. Senator Ifill participated in the course “Labour market integration of people with disabilities” from 15 to 24 October 2007.
Professor Chioma Kanu Agomo was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by Queen Mary, University of London.
Gender Mainstreaming Practicum Coordinator with USAID/Deloitte, Kabul, Afghanistan
Specialist in Gender and Integrated Water Resource Management PARCODIEau (grassroots community participation in water policy dialogue in Burkina Faso) Project CEDRES, Ougadougou University
Private Sector Development Advisor, Netherlands Development Organization (SNV), Zambia, Nepalese Nationality
Interview with Queen Mother Nkem Victoria IKENCHUKU, Honourable Commissioner, Directorate of MDGs, Delta State, Nigeria and participant in “Management of project implementation in development-bank-funded projects”.
Assistant General Manager, Member Services, Fiji National Provident Fund and participant in the 2012 Academy on Social Security
Interview with Ms Estelle Loiseau, Wikigender Project Coordinator, participant in the workshop on “Gender equality for development effectiveness”, 3-7 June 2013.
freelance researcher in youth development, migration studies and assessor at the National Centre for the Development of Human Resources – Bulgaria and participant in “Building Effective Youth Investment Programmes –issues for project design” , 5-11.10.2008
Marcelle Franco Espíndola BARROS and her husband, Guilherme Freire de Melo BARROS, two Brazilian participants in the “Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Trade Law - Contracts and Dispute Resolutions”, followed the same course of studies before getting married and participated in the TSD Master as a married couple.
Message from Azam Nausheen, Knowledge Management Officer/ Gender Trainer NRSP-Institute of Rural Management (IRM), Islamabad, Pakistan, participant in the 2011 Gender Academy.
National Coordinator of a project in youth employment in Zambia and participant in the “Validation Workshop of the Training Package on Decent Work for Youth”
Interview with Mr. Tojiddin JURAZODA, Project Coordinator, Project Coordination Group at the Office of the President of Tajikistan. Project: Strengthening Result-Based Monitoring and Evaluation for Better Migration Management.
Undersecretary of State at the Ministry or Labour and Social Security, Honduras, who participated in the “International Labour Standards” training activity from 19 to 27 May
Panamanian student studying for the Master in World Heritage and Cultural Projects for Development
Mechanical Engineer, Director of public Procurement, Ministry of Higher Education, Erbil, Kurdistan
Winner of the Media for Labour Rights in Rwanda prize for journalism, in the framework of the ITCILO project on “Awareness-raising and capacity-building on human rights in Rwanda, with an emphasis on labour rights”, co-funded by the European Union Interview with Mr Remy Maurice Ufitinema Awarded the prize for his article Maternity leave: Rwandan women workers divided between reason and health, Remy Maurice Ufitinema currently serves as news editor for Rwanda Television.