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15 October 2018 - 26 October 2018

Trade union training on the future of work: The role of social dialogue and collective bargaining

15 October 2018 - 26 October 2018

Trade union training on the future of work: The role of social dialogue and collective bargaining

Trade union training on the future of work: The role of social dialogue and collective bargaining
Trade union training on the future of work: The role of social dialogue and collective bargaining
English - Portuguese
A1511146
By invitation only
Kisumu, Kenya
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Course Information

15 October 2018 - 26 October 2018

English - Portuguese

Kisumu, Kenya

Code: A1511146

Deadline: 15 October 2018

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The rapid pace of change through economic globalization and technology, as well as demographic and climatic changes, has been accompanied by rapid changes in the world of work with high levels of uncertainty and insecurity. The "Future of Work" initiative was launched in 2015 by the ILO Director-General for a better understanding of what is happening in the world of work with a view to defining the future action of the ILO. These change processes require serious and deep reflection on the part of trade union organizations on what they consider the future of work to be. This course, therefore, will help capacity building in trade unions to face the future of work from a propositional position, sharing new knowledge about an economy and society based on innovation, identifying new sources of power and strengthening their negotiating capacity in this new framework.

Description

Description

The rapid pace of change through economic globalization and technology, as well as demographic and climatic changes, has been accompanied by rapid changes in the world of work with high levels of uncertainty and insecurity. The "Future of Work" initiative was launched in 2015 by the ILO Director-General for a better understanding of what is happening in the world of work with a view to defining the future action of the ILO. These change processes require serious and deep reflection on the part of trade union organizations on what they consider the future of work to be. This course, therefore, will help capacity building in trade unions to face the future of work from a propositional position, sharing new knowledge about an economy and society based on innovation, identifying new sources of power and strengthening their negotiating capacity in this new framework.

Target audience

Target audience

The course targets trade union research and workers' education officers as well as other officers who are responsible for social and economic policy in their national and/or sectoral trade unions.

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