International Labour Standards Academy (Turin, Italy / 22 - 26 May 2017)
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WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS ACADEMY?
The ILS Academy is designed to provide knowledge and tools on international labour standards to a varied audience, building bridges and understanding between groups of participants from different professions and regions, all interested to rights at work. To this end, the programme provides a comprehensive range of training courses in the area of ILS.
WHICH ARE THE COURSES OFFERED BY THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS ACADEMY?
WHAT IS THE PARTICIPANTS’ PROFILE?
Tripartite constituents (including labour inspectors, law and policy officials from Attorney-General’s Department, Ministry of transport and maritime authorities, seafarers’ and ship owners’ associations), judges, law professors and lawyers, MPs, media professionals, members of national human rights commissions and regional human rights’ bodies, representatives of NGOs concerned with labour rights, representatives of multinationals, representatives of public employment services, researchers, UN officers, etc.
WHY ATTEND THESE COURSES?
The training methods used aim to take advantage of the participants’ and experts’ high-level of competencies and experience. Considerable time is therefore devoted to case studies, role-plays and group discussions. A didactic structure enriches the programme of each specialized course in the Academy, with a daily plenary session attended by all Academy participants. This session is delivered in the form of short, powerful talks about the world of work by internationally renowned inspired thinkers. The talks deal with subjects that are collectively shaping the world of work, exploring how they all connect and relate to International Labour Standards:
This course aims to strengthen participants' capacity to use international labour standards and the ILO's supervisory work to raise public awareness of internationally recognized human rights at work, and their relevance to local social issues. Read More
15 May 2017 - 23 June 2017
English - Arabic
Enrolment deadline: 12 May 2017