International labour standards are legal instruments that establish basic minimum social standards agreed upon by governments, employers and workers.
Our mission is to support the development of knowledge and skills to promote international labour standards (ILS) and rights at work, to strengthen their application and to advance the achievement of decent work for all women and men.
We do this by designing and implementing training and capacity development activities for constituents, ILO staff, partners and other national and international actors.
This hands-on workshop will introduce participants to the fundamentals of results-based management for social change and gender equality. Read More
Cette formation sur la recommandation (nº 200) sur le VIH et le sida, 2010 et le Recueil de directives pratiques du BIT sur le VIH et le sida et le monde du travail abordera spécifiquement l'économie informelle, ainsi que quelques éléments relatifs à l'égalité, à la non-discrimination, aux questions de genre et aux droits au travail. Read More
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Updated edition of “International Labour Law and Domestic Law. A training manual for judges, lawyers and legal educators” (Edited by Xavier Beaudonnet and Tzehainesh Teklè) Read More
Participants’ voice: focus on communicating labour rights
Interview with two participants in the training activity on “Communicating labour rights: a training course for media professionals”, held in Turin on 2 to 6 November 2015 Read More
At last, a course on International Labour Standards for judges from francophone Africa on campus!
A course on International Labour Standards (ILS) designed specifically for employment tribunal judges in francophone African countries is being held on campus for the very first time this week. Read More