Establishing fair recruitment processes

Establishing fair recruitment processes
Capacity building

Establishing fair recruitment processes

11–15 November 2019
The course is available in English, Français, Español

The ILO offers this training course to help prevent human trafficking and protect workers’ rights. Action-oriented and highly participative, the course will provide participants with examples of good practices through case studies that reflect local and international realities. Learning begins before you arrive on campus, and continues afterward, through the Centre’s online platform.

Join this course to promote safe and regular working conditions for all.

Key features
Campus life

Stay and study on the banks of the Po River

Online platform

Start learning early, then keep the conversation flowing

Active learning

Listen, discuss, and work together in roleplay exercises and debates

High-level resources

Discuss relevant topics with experts from the ILO

Who attends this course?
  • Officials, policymakers, and practitioners in public institutions and ministries
  • Representatives of workers’ and employers’ organizations
  • Representatives of public and private employment agencies
  • NGO and civil society organization staff members
  • Experts and civil servants from international agencies
What topics does this course cover?

This course supports the ILO’s Fair Recruitment Initiative, which aims to improve migration for work and enhance development outcomes.

  • Labour migration

  • Human trafficking and forced labour

  • Fair recruitment

What will I learn?

Participants will not only learn how strong policies can make a difference, but will also analyze case studies and make recommendations.

  • How international binding and non-binding instruments promote fair recruitment
  • The impact of fair recruitment on the global supply chain
  • All about the different recruitment processes, including bilateral labour agreements
What will I be able to do?

The ILO’s multi-stakeholder initiative aims to effect change in both the public and private spheres of work.

  • Analyze alternative options to private employment agencies
  • Share good practices of laws, policies, and enforcement mechanisms
  • Understand the economic determinants of informal and formal recruitment
Why should I join?

This course is open to professionals from different areas of work, and they bring fresh perspectives to the classroom.

  • The Centre provides a three-phase approach: pre-training, face-to-face, and follow-up.
  • Learn through lectures, discussions, case studies, debates, roleplay, and group work.
  • Participants are encouraged to share their international experiences and practices.

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