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06 March 2017 - 17 March 2017

Sustainable development goals: Trade union policies and national/regional action plans for Africa

06 March 2017 - 17 March 2017

Sustainable development goals: Trade union policies and national/regional action plans for Africa

Sustainable development goals: Trade union policies and national/regional action plans for Africa
Sustainable development goals: Trade union policies and national/regional action plans for Africa
English - Portuguese
A1510031
By invitation only
Praia, Cabo Verde
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Course Information

06 March 2017 - 17 March 2017

English - Portuguese

Praia, Cabo Verde

Code: A1510031

Deadline: 06 March 2017

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This course focuses on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and will enable participants to develop people-centred policy building blocks underpinned by realistic strategies to inform trade unions' active participation in both regional and national follow-up and review processes on the SDGs. The course will assist trade unions in advocating for the inclusion of the four dimensions of decent work, namely rights, employment, social protection and social dialogue, in relation to national SDG plans. The main expected outcomes of this course are the establishment of decent working conditions, improved social conditions, inclusive growth and sustainable development, as well as environmental preservation.

Description

Description

This course focuses on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and will enable participants to develop people-centred policy building blocks underpinned by realistic strategies to inform trade unions' active participation in both regional and national follow-up and review processes on the SDGs. The course will assist trade unions in advocating for the inclusion of the four dimensions of decent work, namely rights, employment, social protection and social dialogue, in relation to national SDG plans. The main expected outcomes of this course are the establishment of decent working conditions, improved social conditions, inclusive growth and sustainable development, as well as environmental preservation.

Target audience

Target audience

The course is intended for office bearers, including research officers, labour economists, equality/gender officers, youth leaders and educators, aged 45 or under, from national or industry-level unions who are directly responsible for issues concerning the SDGs and DWCPs.

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