The Social Protection, Governance and Tripartism Programme aims at disseminating knowledge and good practices worldwide. It contributes to institutional capacity building by providing training courses and other learning events, both in Turin and in various other regions, for ILO constituents, staff from UN agencies and other development partners and stakeholders.
The Programme covers the following areas of expertise:
- Labour administration and labour inspection
- Labour migration
- Occupational safety and health, and working conditions
- Social dialogue, tripartism and labour law
The Programme offers a vast array of training courses in the aforementioned areas of expertise, drawing on the extensive knowledge base produced by the ILO on a global basis. The Programme training offer also includes annual Academies (2 weeks in duration) where new knowledge and trends related to international labour migration, social security, labour administration, labour inspection and social dialogue are discussed by key experts from the ILO and other reputable institutions worldwide.
Tailor-made training courses in these areas of expertise can be designed on request to respond directly to the clients’ needs. These training courses, delivered either in Turin or in the field, take into account specific organizational learning needs in order to ensure relevance and impact.
The Programme also organizes a Master’s in Occupational Safety and Health with university accreditation.
The Programme draws on a worldwide network of leading experts in the fields of social protection, occupational safety and health, international labour migration, labour administration and labour inspection, labour law, and social dialogue.
The Programme delivers courses in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Arabic, and has gained considerable experience in organizing global, regional and national training activities.
This course will provide participants with an overview of different dispute resolution systems. Read More
The notion of "mainstreaming migration" has recently emerged as an innovative and coherent concept which recognizes the complex nature of migration and its interrelation with a broad spectrum of policies relating to development. Read More
This course aims to develop participants' knowledge and understanding of consensus-building approaches to conflict management and dispute resolution. Read More
Quantitative specialists working for public pension schemes will be trained to develop and build their own scheme-specific model based on the ILO's generic models. Read More
In a global context of human mobility and rapid urbanisation, where more than half of the world's population lives in urban areas, local and regional authorities find themselves at the forefront in addressing the challenges and opportunities arising from migration. Read More
The Academy will provide participants with a unique opportunity to gain new insights, share experiences and reflect on key issues, trends and challenges relating to workplace compliance through labour inspection. Read More
Small and micro enterprises (SMEs) are an important part of a nation's economic activities, however, due to the deficits in both human and financial resources, SMEs tend to have higher rates of work-related accident and diseases. Read More
There has been increasing recognition, nationally and internationally, of the economic and social contribution of domestic workers and of the need to improve their living and working conditions. Read More
This course aims to enhance the capacity of international organizations to prevent and manage conflict internally. Read More
ILO 2017 Global Media Competition on Labour Migration
The Centre is part of the jury of this global competition which aims at encouraging quality reporting on labour migration. Deadline for applications is 27 October 2017. Read More
No country for young men
As part of the Labour Migration Academy, taking place from 3 to 14 July 2017, the Centre is delighted to welcome Mr Kieran Guilbert, a journalist at the Thomson Reuters Foundation, who will present the documentary “No Country for Young Men”. Read More
For the very first time in Turin, a global training course on Fair Recruitment
The training activity on “Establishing Fair Recruitment Processes” will be organized for the first time at the Centre from 24 to 28 April, 2017. Read More