International labour standards

International labour standards (ILS) are legal instruments that establish basic minimum social standards agreed upon by governments, employers and workers. ILS cover all matters related to work and are backed up by a supervisory system designed to deal with all sorts of problems in their application at the national level.

In today's global economy, ILS establish the international legal framework for ensuring that globalization and development provide benefits to all.

All our training touches explicitly or implicitly upon ILS. In particular, it aims to: strengthen participation by governments, employers and workers in the standards system; improve the application of ILS; enhance the capacity of national authorities to draw upon standards in producing legislation and case law; and strengthen the link between ILS application and economic and social development.

For further information about our training in this area of expertise, please go to the website of the Standards and Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Programme.

Date Activity lang
19 May 2014
27 May 2014
Turin Centre
English
French
Spanish
16 Jun 2014
20 Jun 2014
Turin Centre
English
23 Jun 2014
04 Jul 2014
Turin Centre
English
French
23 Jun 2014
04 Jul 2014
Turin Centre
English
17 Sep 2014
19 Sep 2014
Turin Centre
English
22 Sep 2014
03 Oct 2014
Turin Centre
English
06 Oct 2014
14 Nov 2014
Blended
English
French
06 Oct 2014
08 Oct 2014
Turin Centre
English
20 Oct 2014
24 Oct 2014
In the field
Spanish
15 Dec 2014
17 Dec 2014
Turin Centre
English