This self-guided course is part of a series of courses for Continuing Legal Education on International Labour Standards (CLE on ILS). Participation requires approximately 6 hours. Upon completion, you can present the certificate of participation to the relevant national authorities for accreditation meeting national continuing legal education or continuing professional development requirements, if agreements are in force to this end.
This online self-guided course explores the different types of judicial use of international labour law, in accordance with the role domestic courts attribute to international law.
Judges; lawyers; legal experts from employers' and workers' organizations; university law teachers and students; legal educators responsible for training judges and lawyers.
This course explores the different types of judicial use of international labour law, according to the role domestic courts attribute to international law.
The course is divided into two substantive sections.