Continuing Legal Education 3 - The judicial use of the work of the ILO supervisory bodies

Continuing Legal Education 3 - The judicial use of the work of the ILO supervisory bodies

Continuing Legal Education 3 - The judicial use of the work of the ILO supervisory bodies

1 February–31 December 2021
The course is available in English, Français, Español

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.

Introduction to the course

This online self-guided course presents the sources of international labour law and, in particular, the work of the ILO supervisory bodies, its relevance to legal practitioners and possible judicial use.

Who attends this course?

Judges; lawyers; legal experts from employers' and workers' organizations; university law teachers and students; legal educators responsible for training judges and lawyers.

What topics does this course cover?

This course presents the sources of international labour law and, in particular, the work of the ILO supervisory bodies, its relevance to legal practitioners and possible judicial use.

How is the course organized?

The course is divided into three substantive sections.

  • The sources of international labour law.
  • The supervisory procedures and bodies.
  • Resources and databases.
  • It includes a knowledge assessment at the start and at the end, to test individually the initial and final knowledge of the content.

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