A tripartite training for the Arab States
Since its foundation in 1919, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has adopted International Labour Standards (ILS) – which take the form of Conventions, Recommendations and Protocols and cover a wide range of subjects in the world of work – and has developed unique mechanisms for monitoring the application of ILS in law and practice. The regular system for supervising the application of ILS is based primarily on information provided by governments in their reports on the application of ratified Conventions due in accordance with article 22 of the ILO Constitution and on observations in this regard made by employers’ and workers’ organizations. The ILO’s supervisory bodies have recalled on numerous occasions that failure to fulfill reporting obligations hinders the functioning and impact of the supervisory system as a whole.
This tailor-made course is available upon request and may be customized for local, national, and international organizations. Contact us to learn more.
Learn with presentations, videos and demos
Share your experience on ILS reporting and learn from peers
All training materials are available on the eCampus and downloadable
To contribute to strengthening national capacity to discharge the ILS reporting obligations under the ILO Constitution, by using a management system approach with a view to providing reports on time and with informative and responsive content.