Trade union training on tripartism, social dialogue and collective bargaining: Drivers and instruments for sustainable development

Trade union training on tripartism, social dialogue and collective bargaining: Drivers and instruments for sustainable development (blended)

Trade union training on tripartism, social dialogue and collective bargaining: Drivers and instruments for sustainable development

16 Noviembre–11 Diciembre 2020
El curso está disponible en English, Français

In Africa, as elsewhere, there is increasing recognition by ILO constituents that social dialogue and the practice of tripartism is essential in effectively addressing the challenges of globalization and the new economic and social realities of a rapidly changing world of work. Collective bargaining is under threat, owing to the decline in the representativity of workers' and employers' organizations and insufficient coverage across the continent. The high prevalence of the informal economy, changing patterns of employment, a shift to atypical employment, and difficulties in organizing workers in precarious sectors, all point to the need for innovation. This course aims to develop trade-union understanding of the centrality of the principles of social dialogue and tripartism in addressing labour market challenges and facilitating the creation of more inclusive societies. By undertaking this training, participants will acquire the skills required for effective engagement in social dialogue and collective bargaining.

Presentación del curso

In Africa, as elsewhere, there is increasing recognition by ILO constituents that social dialogue and the practice of tripartism is essential in effectively addressing the challenges of globalization and the new economic and social realities of a rapidly changing world of work. Collective bargaining is under threat, owing to the decline in the representativity of workers' and employers' organizations and insufficient coverage across the continent. The high prevalence of the informal economy, changing patterns of employment, a shift to atypical employment, and difficulties in organizing workers in precarious sectors, all point to the need for innovation. This course aims to develop trade-union understanding of the centrality of the principles of social dialogue and tripartism in addressing labour market challenges and facilitating the creation of more inclusive societies. By undertaking this training, participants will acquire the skills required for effective engagement in social dialogue and collective bargaining.

¿Quiénes participan en este curso?

The course is designed for policy-makers, industrial relations officers, negotiators, and female and youth trade union officers and activists. Applicants under the age of 45 years will be given high priority.

¿Preguntas? Tenemos las respuestas