This course is part of the International Labour Standards Academy for Africa, a unique regional event that offers a choice of online highly-specialized training courses on international labour standards (ILS), and provides knowledge and tools on them to a broad range of professionals from Africa active in promoting rights at work.
Learn with self-paced modules, webinars, videos, demos and key publications
Work with members of the international supervisory bodies, ILO specialists, ITCILO trainers and external lectures
Join the network of law professionals who have been exposed to ILS
This course examines international labour standards as a resource for strengthening domestic case law on labour issues. It also provides materials and a methodology for promoting training in this field. The course is part of the first online International Labour Standards Academy for Africa, an event which brings together highly-specialized courses on ILS and gathers participants from various professional backgrounds during its virtual master classes, in order to explore the key role of ILS in the COVID-19 social and economic recovery and, more generally, in the UN Sustainable Development Framework.
Judges from courts and tribunals that deal with labour litigation; labour lawyers; legal advisers to employers' or workers' organizations; and university law teachers.
Two working languages, with simultaneous interpretation, during the real time sessions.
Flexible self-guided components combined with live sessions and practical activities.
Knowledge assessment at the start and at the end of the training.
Members of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations, one of the main ILO bodies supervising the application of ILS by member States, among the resource persons.