Companies that fully understand their employees’ rights are better at respecting them. In this course, participants work through the complex issues that companies may face when designing new due diligence processes principles. Core questions include: What should we do when national law is not consistent with the International Labour Standards? How can we balance competing rights? What should we do when the government does not fulfill its duty to protect workers?
Join us for this dynamic course to discover the answers to these questions and many more.
Learn from specialists on the topic, from both the UN and the private sector
Webinars situated within a powerful online learning environment
Join and connect with a group of like-minded professionals
The ILO's International Labour Standards are a critical component of Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Rights Due Diligence. If they are to respect workers' rights, it is essential that companies have a solid understanding of the rights concerned. This course provides participants with the information, tools and networks they need to improve their skills in the field of labour-related human rights and core elements of effective HRDD.
Corporate social responsibility and sustainability professionals; government officials, particularly those working in the field of public procurement; employers' organization and trade-union corporate social responsibility and sustainability professionals.
This course is designed for professionals who want to link three key topics in their work:
Participants deepen their knowledge of key topics with the guidance of international development experts.
Participants are prepared to design due diligence frameworks for their businesses and institutions.
The course will be offered online through the ITCILO e-campus over a period of 4 weeks from 19 October to 13 November 2020, for an estimated total of 36 learning hours.
The course consists of three components: