Success story: “Labour Law in Malawi” book
Another success story involving one of our participants. The following is an excerpt from a letter received from Ms Rachel Zibelu-Banda.
I wish to inform you of new developments in labour law in Malawi. For the past four years, I have been working on a book on Malawi Labour Law. I submitted the manuscript to Lexis Nexis Butterworths in South Africa and they have offered to publish 400 copies.
For your information, I utilised all the information and competencies gained during my ILO-ITC training, both workshops and seminars, and all the professional skills I acquired in labour law and ILO systems. These feature highly in the publication, as does the work of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations. The book is estimated to be 420 pages long.
Industrial Relations Court
Government of Malawi
Participant in the following training activities:
- A150509 The judicial application of international labour law, with a special focus on freedom of association and non-discrimination - Pretoria, 11-15 April 2005
- A901055 International labour standards for judges, lawyers and legal educators -Turin, 1-12 September 2008
- A901462 Forced labour and trafficking in persons: international instruments and practical tools for judges and enforcement institutions (joint ITC/UNICRI activity) - Turin, 16-20 November 2009.