The International Training Centre of the ILO
The Centre is the training arm of the International Labour Organization. It provides practical, needs-based training and learning, and assists with capacity-building that furthers the ILO's pursuit of decent work for all.
The University of Turin
The University of Turin is one of the oldest universities in Europe, with 600 years' experience of academic training. The University is a public institution whose 12 Faculties provide training that leads to a wide range of first degrees, specialist degrees and Master's degrees. Many professors also teach at foreign Universities or international institutions like the ITCILO.
The University of Torino can be rightly defined as one of the birthplaces of Italian political science. Norberto Bobbio (1909-2004) and Paolo Farneti (1936 -1980) launched an important initiative to create a new school of PS.
The Department of Economics and Statistics is hosted by the Campus Luigi Einaudi (known as CLE), located near the centre of Turin, along the River Dora Riparia, over an area of 45 thousand m².
Its articulated design gives the complex a truly contemporary university feel. It has a roughly triangular shape, where the internal open spaces, crossed by paved walkways and marked by trees and lawns, are a defining feature. The roof is the symbolic and functional reference point for the entire complex: it extends across all seven buildings, producing symbolic unity and dominating the overall image.
The CLE also houses a vast library comprising five older library sections with 620 thousand books.