Deadline for application: 08 September 2017
English - French
A9510699
Johannesburg, South Africa
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Course Information

02 October 2017 - 06 October 2017

English - French

Johannesburg, South Africa

Code: A9510699

English

Deadline: 08 September 2017

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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. The Academy will draw on the experiences of leading international experts on labour rights, social protection, social dialogue, employment and enterprise development to share the latest global thinking on these topics. Participants will be equipped with additional know-how to meet the challenges of fast-evolving labour markets in African countries.

Description

Description

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. The Academy will draw on the experiences of leading international experts on labour rights, social protection, social dialogue, employment and enterprise development to share the latest global thinking on these topics. Participants will be equipped with additional know-how to meet the challenges of fast-evolving labour markets in African countries.

For an overview of the academy, click here.

Target audience

Target audience

The Academy is especially designed for government, workers and employers representatives, academic institutions, media, policy makers, youth, women and community representatives from African countries.

Content

Content

The 5-day programme consists of a combination of:

  • Cutting-edge topics presented and discussed in a series of master classes facilitated by ILO, other UN Agencies and leading international experts;
  • A range of elective workshops offering additional insight into specific subjects, approaches and tools;
  • Study visits to South African institutions working on employment promotion, social protection, rights at work and social dialogue
  • Structured knowledge-sharing opportunities, making use of interactive learning methodologies.

 

Information and costs

Information and costs

Interested candidates need to apply online at:

http://intranetp.itcilo.org/STF/A9510699/en

Application deadline: 8 September 2017.

A selection committee will identify a limited number of qualified participants based on their online application on a first-come-first-served basis.

Selected participants will have to sustain the cost of their travel, visa, accommodation in Johannesburg. A limited number of full fellowships will be available covering the travel and accommodation costs for selected participants from African countries.

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