This academy is part of the International Labour Standards Academy. The academy is designed to provide knowledge to a wide audience, as well as strengthen understanding between groups of participants from different professions and global regions.
This academy examines how the ILS can be used to protect workers in non-standard jobs. Demographic shifts, labour market regulations, and technological innovation all factor into the recent uptick in non-standard employment. In particular, women, young people, and migrant workers face challenges.
Join this academy and learn how you can become a part of positive change.
Learn with presentations, demos and key publications and reports
Exchange with ILO specialists, ITCILO trainers and external lectures
Share your country’s experience in your preliminary report
All training materials and resources are available on the eCampus and can be downloaded
This course analyses international labour standards relevant for employment arrangements that deviate from 'standard' employment. These include temporary employment, part-time and on-call work, agency work and multi-party employment, as well as disguised employment and dependent self-employment. The course also examines regional and national experiences and practices for addressing vulnerabilities associated with 'non-standard' employment.
Government, employers' and workers' representatives; judges, lawyers and legal practitioners; staff of public employment services and private employment agencies; staff of international organizations; academics and researchers; representatives of NGOs.