The aim of this three-day debate is to provide an opportunity to analyse and discuss the challenges and implications of current decent-work deficits and their impact on decisions concerning the application of ILS and substantive rights for care workers. With guidance from International Labour Standards (ILS), the knowledge-sharing series aims to support a comparative analysis of current case law at national level and current policy gaps. The knowledge-sharing will open a dialogue on issues arising in the framework of litigation involving digital platforms. More specifically, the event is intended to facilitate an international debate among labour law professionals and practitioners on the guiding role and effective implementation of ILS in a fragmented and challenging context for the safeguarding of minimum rights and the protection for all workers in the care economy.
Judges, lawyers, academics and legal practitioners.
The three-day debate aims to provide an outstanding opportunity to analyse and discuss the implications and challenges brought about by the effects of the current decent work deficits and the impact on labour disputes concerning substantive rights for care workers.
Drawing on the guidance from International Labour Standards (ILS), the knowledge sharing facilitates also a comparative.
More specifically, the event intends to promote an international debate on the guiding role and effective implementation of the International Labour Standards (ILS) in a fragmented and challenging context related to the safeguard of minimum rights and protections for all workers in the care economy.
During the three-day event participants will have the opportunity to update knowledge and share experiences & case studies on the following topics:
The programme is designed to engage participants in immersive debate to discuss the tough challenges. The programme will be interactive and participatory and will be structured as follows:
The online knowledge-sharing event is structured in two main components:
The event offers an interactive discussion facilitated by international experts from the ILO, EU, OECD, Social Partners and Academic institutions worldwide.
The course is offered in English and Spanish. A good command of the working language is required.
The tuition fee for the course is 470 Euros.
Tuition cost must be paid in advance before the beginning of the activity by the participant or the sponsor through bank transfer or credit card.
Note: on the bank transfer form, the participant’s name and the activity code should be indicated. For payments by credit card, please e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For detailed information regarding payments, cancellations and refunds, please consult: https://www.itcilo.org/applications-payments-cancellation
The deadline for submission of applications is 2 June 2023. Candidates must submit the application by clicking on the following link: https://oarf2.itcilo.org/DST/A9716077/en
A limited number of fellowships are available to qualified candidates coming from eligible countries.
As an Organization dedicated to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and labour rights, the ILO is taking a leading role in international efforts to foster gender equality. In line with this ILO focus, women are particularly encouraged to apply to ITCILO courses.