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Workshop on “International labour standards and reporting” in the Pacific Islands

Workshop on “International labour standards and reporting” in the Pacific Islands

Under the ILO Constitution, the adoption of international labour standards (ILS) gives rise to a number of obligations to member States, including the obligation to report on measures taken to give effect to ratified Conventions and on legislation and practice concerning unratified Conventions and Recommendations. In addition, these reports must be communicated to the representative employers’ and workers’ organizations, which may comment on the application of ILS. Read More

At the Centre, challenges and prospects on non-standard forms of employment are analyzed during the ILS Academy

At the Centre, challenges and prospects on non-standard forms of employment are analyzed during the ILS Academy

Over the past few decades, in both industrialized and developing countries, there has been a marked shift away from “standard” (i.e. full-time, open-ended, direct) employment to non-standard forms of employment. In developing countries, non-standard workers have always constituted a substantial proportion of the labour force, but non-standard employment has also grown in segments of the labour market previously associated with standard jobs. Read More

Different themes at the ITCILO ILS Academy

Different themes at the ITCILO ILS Academy

The 2018 International Labour Standards Academy is taking place on campus from 14 to 18 May 2018 Read More

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