Where are the courses taking place?
Each year, a two-week training course is held on the ITC-ILO campus in Turin, Italy, where participants gather from all over the world. A one-week course specifically for Latin America is also held in a different country of the region each year.
In addition, ‘tailor-made’ national, sub-regional and regional courses are held outside Turin, in conjunction with national judicial training institutes, universities or employment dispute resolution bodies.
Some examples of past courses:
- Melbourne (Australia): a course for judges and arbitrators from 14 countries in Asia and the Pacific, held in conjunction with Fair Work Australia.
- Beijing (China): a course for Chinese judges, lawyers and legal educators held in collaboration with the Peking University Law School.
- Paris (France): a course for French judges and labour inspectors, held in conjunction with the École Nationale de la Magistrature.
- Mexico City (Mexico): a course for judges, lawyers and law professors from Latin America held in conjunction with the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and the National Human Rights Commission of Mexico.
- Maputo (Mozambique): a course for judges and law professors from all Portuguese-speaking African countries, held in conjunction with Mozambique’s Centro de Formação Jurídica e Judiciária.