The ILO estimates that more than 600 million new jobs will need to be created over the next decade in order to generate sustainable growth and maintain social cohesion.
At national level, a coherent, integrated and well-designed employment policy, which cuts across the macro- and microeconomic dimensions and addresses both labour demand and supply, is of utmost importance to tackle employment related problems. The training activities of the Centre aim to equip participants with the necessary conceptual and operational tools to actively engage in the employment policy process.
This Forum brings together leading experts and representatives of governments, workers' and employers' organizations and other stakeholders to discuss critical dimensions of the Future of Work agenda, including the impact of globalization and technological change on labour markets. Read More
This course gives an in-depth insight into diagnostic analysis, policy formulation, monitoring and impact evaluation, with a view to creating employment through sectoral strategies. Read More
This course will discuss the importance of structural transformation in creating jobs and promoting inclusive growth, provide relevant tools, and analyse how structural transformation occurs and what impacts it has. Read More
This course aims at supporting the design and implementation of policies that would enhance employment creation in terms of quantity and quality, by building the capacity of all relevant stakeholders to identify, measure and assess the employment effects of policies, being those economic, sectoral, trade or labour market policies. Read More
The main objective of the course is to enhance capacity of participants to contribute to the design and implementation of wage policies at the sub-national, national, regional and international level. Read More
This participative course will cover the main characteristics of development intervention in Fragile Settings, merging practices and lessons learned related to Project and Programme Cycle Management in fragile states. Read More