20 June 2016 - 24 June 2016

Sustainable Enterprise Academy: Promoting Decent Work in Supply Chains


The 5-day programme consists of a combination of:
  • Cutting-edge topics presented and discussed in a series of master classes facilitated by ILO, other UN Agencies and leading international experts;
  • A range of elective workshops offering additional insight into specific subjects, approaches and tools;
  • Structured knowledge-sharing opportunities, making use of interactive learning methodologies.

 The following master classes will be offered:
  • Supply chains and the decent work agenda
  • Labour rights in supply chains
  • The inclusion of SMEs in supply chains
  • The Tripartite Declaration of Principles Concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy
  • Good practices in promoting decent work in supply chains: Panel discussion
  • Challenges and opportunities that global supply chains pose to labour inspection
  • The ILO Better Work Programme
The following electives will be offered:
Governance track:
  • Promotiong decent work in supply chains: closing the governance gaps
  • Promoting decent work in supply chains: Private governance
 Enterprises track:
  • Value chain development for decent work: How to create employment and improve working conditions in targeted sectors
  • Improving productivity and working conditions in SMEs through supply chain interventions: tools and experiences
Executive track:
  • Data on employment creation in supply chains
  • Gender equality and gender violence in supply chains
  • Responsible supply chain finance
  • Greening enterprises and value chains
  • OSH in supply chains
  • Case studies from Asia



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10127 Turin - Italy

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