The ILO estimates that more than 600 million new jobs will need to be created over the next decade in order to generate sustainable growth and maintain social cohesion.
At national level, a coherent, integrated and well-designed employment policy, which cuts across the macro- and microeconomic dimensions and addresses both labour demand and supply, is of utmost importance to tackle employment related problems. The training activities of the Centre aim to equip participants with the necessary conceptual and operational tools to actively engage in the employment policy process.
This course will provide a solid foundation to help legal, management, public administrative and compliance professionals become familiar with key anti-corruption laws, public and private enforcement efforts and related best practices. Read More
The ILO-ITCILO Macro-Labour course aims at providing a systematic overview of the theoretical and empirical tools that support policy makers, analysts and practitioners to better understand macro-labour interactions. Read More
The course aims to build capacities among government officials, social partners and other relevant stakeholders for the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of effective national employment policies. Read More
The forum will focus on a set of policy and operational measures which can enhance the effectiveness and impact of public investment in infrastructure and public employment programmes in the context of a long-term development framework. Read More
The Decent Work Academy offers policy makers and development partners the opportunity to explore and debate present and future work challenges on the African continent. Read More
One-Year Programme on Employment Policies for Afghanistan
The official opening ceremony of the one-year Training Programme on Employment Policies: Moving from fragility to resilience, tailored for Afghanistan, took place this week at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi, India. Read More