The overall objective of this course is to lay out the conceptual and strategic framework of the 2030 Agenda and its linkages with the Decent Work Agenda.
At the end of the training participants will be able to:
1. Advocate for decent work in SDG processes;
2. Foster understanding of the concepts, components and inter-linkages between decent work and sustainable development;
3. Raise awareness of the importance of decent work for the implementation and achievement of the SDGs, and vice versa;
4. Understand and apply the principle of leaving no one behind by understanding specific challenges and identifying the unique contributions of groups who are at risk of being left behind such as women, migrants, youth, refugees, persons with disability, people living with HIV, indigenous and tribal peoples;
5. Use the DW4SD Resource Platform as a lens to examine how national policies, strategies and programmes impact on employment and decent work, with the aim of maximizing this impact;
6. Design and conduct structured discussions around the centrality of employment and decent work in national SDG processes, both at the formulation stage and at the implementation and monitoring stages. (NDP, VNR, DWCP, MAPS,…).
7. Apply the DW4SD Resource Platform in national SDG planning and programming processes