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.
International labour standards
By examining the procedures and substance of the international labour standards system, the course aims to strengthen the capacity to follow standards-related procedures, including reporting obligations under the ILO Constitution.
21 May 2015 - 29 May 2015
ILO Maritime Labour Academy - Track 2: Workshop on national legal implementation of the ILO MLC, 2006
This workshop focuses on questions that may arise for personnel entrusted with implementing the MLC, 2006 in national legal systems. It assumes a good knowledge of the Convention text but will also provide an overview of the MLC, 2006 requirements and model legal provisions.
15 Jun 2015 - 19 Jun 2015
International labour standards for judges, lawyers and legal educators
This course examines international labour standards as a resource for strengthening domestic case law on labour matters. It also provides materials and methodology with which to train in this field.
22 Jun 2015
22 Jun 2015 - 03 Jul 2015
The Programme for Employers’ Activities provides training to strengthen employers’ representatives in areas that are strategic for economic growth, governance, development and poverty alleviation.
We believe that employers' and business associations can make significant contributions for sustainable development and therefore help Employers' Organizations around the world to become more representative and effective voices of business.
The Programme for Workers’ Activities is the training arm of the Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV) of the ILO. The Programme responds to the training needs of workers' organizations through courses, materials, projects and advisory services.