Four substantive modules comprise specific themes, followed by a final synthesizing module
In addition to the conceptual framework and available tools, the course will draw on six case studies from Colombia, Ethiopia, Mexico and Central America, Jordan, South Africa and Turkey
An innovative e-learning experience bringing high-quality tuition on the ILO Guidelines directly to you
Learning begins at own pace, continues through high-quality, engaging “real time” sessions and ends with an individual assignment
Globally, more than 80 million people are forcibly displaced by conflict, violence and human rights violations, overwhelmingly in emerging economies. The wider socio-economic consequences of forced displacement have triggered intense global debates on how to develop appropriate and sustainable policy responses to these challenges, including in a COVID-19 context. The course is based on the ILO's 2016 Guiding Principles on the access of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons to the labour market, ILO standards, other human-rights instruments and existing good practices. This course is for policymakers and practitioners seeking to design and implement measures to facilitate the access of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons to the labour market, and to promote inclusive employment strategies and policies.
Ministries of labour and related institutions, other ministries and government agencies responsible for refugee-related policies and programmes, social partners, humanitarian and development organizations.
This course is part of one Diploma programme:
This online course provides an overview of different measures that aim to facilitate access to employment for refugees and other forcibly displaced persons.
Participants practice promoting short- and long-term strategies and programmes for inclusive employment creation
Course learning materials and tuition will be offered online in English and Spanish. The following requirements are therefore essential to participate in this course:
By the end of the course, participants address labour market issues and promote employment-based responses to refugee situations.
The Turin Centre is known for its innovative learning tools and methodologies.
The course consists of a number of online modules offered through the eCampus online platform to be completed over a period of six weeks from 15 March to 23 April 2021, for an estimated total of 60 learning hours. The course is broken down into three phases:
Participants who successfully complete all assessments and the final assignment will receive a Certificate of Achievement. The passing grade is 60/100