The promotion of Decent Work features prominently in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted at the UN Summit on Sustainable Development held in New York in September 2015.

Explicitly linked to goal 8 of the SDGs, the promotion of Decent Work is also implicitly referenced under many targets linked to the other sixteen goals. The training activities of the Centre aim to strengthen the capacity of ILO constituents and other relevant stakeholders to analyse the link between Decent Work and Sustainable Development and to formulate and implement strategies and approaches to make Decent Work for All a reality.

 

Upcoming courses

Leveraging global supply chains for sustainable development and decent work

Leveraging global supply chains for sustainable development and decent work

Global supply chains (GSC) are the dominant feature of today's globalized economy. Read More

05 June 2017 - 09 June 2017

English

Turin Centre

A9010473

English

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Enrolment deadline: 05 May 2017

Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy

Academy on Social and Solidarity Economy

Known as the "ILO Social and Solidarity Economy Academy (SSE Academy)", this inter-regional training event has gathered together more than 500 practitioners and policy-makers from around the world, to share their experiences and meet leading SSE specialists. Read More

26 June 2017 - 30 June 2017

English

Seoul, South Corea

A3510701

English

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Enrolment deadline: 30 April 2017

Harnessing mining for sustainable development

Harnessing mining for sustainable development

In many developing economies, the mining sector plays an important role in terms of economic growth, infrastructure development, skills development and job creation. Read More

10 July 2017 - 14 July 2017

English

Turin Centre

A9010467

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Enrolment deadline: 09 June 2017

Academy on Rural Development: Towards Decent Work in the Rural Economy

Academy on Rural Development: Towards Decent Work in the Rural Economy

The Academy on Rural Development offers a wide range of integrated approaches, tools and training packages to promote full and productive employment and decent work in the rural economy. Read More

27 November 2017 - 08 December 2017

English - French - Spanish

Turin Centre

A9010417

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Enrolment deadline: 20 October 2017

News

Collaboration

Collaboration

On Tuesday 18 April, our Centre was honoured to receive a visit from Ms Andrea Acuña Arias, President of the International Centre for Telework Development and Member of the cooperation team of the National Telework Programme and Mr Jorge Llubere Azofeifa, National Coordinator of the Telework Programme of Costa Rica. Read More

Growth-employment-poverty relation discussed at joint ILO-ESCWA expert group meeting and training

Growth-employment-poverty relation discussed at joint ILO-ESCWA expert group meeting and training

The International Labour Organization’s Regional Office for Arab States (ILO- ROAS) and its International Training Centre (ITCILO) and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for West Asia (ESCWA), organized an interagency expert meeting and training on campus, from 6 to 8 December 2016. Read More

“Promotion of Decent Work in Situations of Fragility” goes online!

“Promotion of Decent Work in Situations of Fragility” goes online!

This is a Supporting Initiative of the ILO’s flagship “Jobs for Peace and Resilience” programme, facilitated by the Centre, for the dissemination of knowledge and the delivery of training and learning activities. Read More

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Enterprise, Microfinance and Local Development

The Enterprise, Microfinance and Local Development Programme uses the knowledge base of the ILO globally to design academies, courses and training packages. Training courses and academies focus on disseminating good practices and sound methodologies. Training draws on the expertise of the global team of ILO enterprise development and social finance specialists.

Sustainable Development Programme

Referring simultaneously to the broad definition of sustainable development adopted by the United Nations, which postulates an intrinsic relation between economic, social and environmental well-being, SDP takes as a more concrete starting point the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the framework of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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