An action-oriented, highly participative approach will be used, with particular attention devoted to sharing international experiences with a view to their adaptation and practical application. Particular attention will be paid to the presentation of “good practices” through case studies reflecting experiences already gained locally and internationally
An innovative e-learning experience combining self-paced modules, webinars and discussions, case studies, forum debates, role-play exercises and group work using up-to-date learning methods and technologies.
Learning begins at own pace, continues through high-quality, engaging “real time” sessions and ends with an individual assignment
Practitioners from different parts of the world and different background will join the e-learning to share with participants their concrete experience and actions on how establishing fair recruitment practices.
Although the 169 million migrant workers of the 281 million international migrants worldwide contribute fully to the economies of their host and home countries, migrant workers are often excluded from social protection coverage. Migrant workers compared to nationals working their entire lives in one country, face major legal and practical obstacles in accessing social protection benefits. They may be denied access or have limited access to social security because of their status or nationality or due to the insufficient duration of their periods of employment and residence. In addition, the maintaining their earned benefits and benefits in the course of acquisition. This is particularly important in the case of long-term benefits (invalidity, old-age and survivor’s) where qualifying periods may be considerable.
This course will focus on the different unilateral, bilateral and regional measures that exist to extend social protection to both migrant workers and refugees and their families, in their countries of destination and origin.
The course is designed for officials and practitioners committed to extending social protection to migrant workers and refugees with multilateral, bilateral and unilateral measures.
The objectives of the course are the following:
The course consists of a number of 8 online modules offered through the ITCILO e-Campus online platform to be completed over a period of six weeks, from 23 October to 1 December 2023, for an estimated 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 Turin Centre is known for its innovative learning tools and methodologies.
This course qualifies for the ITCILO Diploma for Labour Migration Experts and Practitioners. Take the Academy on Labour Migration, three courses out of all eligible courses within a five year period, and complete a capstone project to become part of a global cadre of practitioners and experts with a recognised set of skills in labour migration policy.
Course learning materials and tuition will be offered online in English and French. The following requirements are therefore essential to participate in this course:
The cost of participation is 980 EUR and is payable in advance by the participant or is or her sponsoring organization.
Interested candidates should register on-line through this link: https://oarf2.itcilo.org/DST/A9716300/en
Selection will be based on the following criteria:
The deadline for applications is 18 October 2023.
This course is part of one Diploma programme: