Comprendre les procédures et obligations relatives aux normes internationales du travail

Understanding the Procedures and Obligations relating to International Labour Standards

Comprendre les procédures et obligations relatives aux normes internationales du travail

1 mars–31 décembre 2021
Le cours est disponible en English, Français, Español
Présentation du cours

En examinant en détail les procédures du système international des normes du travail, de l'adoption à la supervision, le cours vise à renforcer la capacité des mandants tripartites à les suivre activement.

Groupes cibles

Fonctionnaires gouvernementaux, représentants des organisations d'employeurs et de travailleurs chargés des questions relatives aux normes internationales du travail.

What topics does this course cover?
  • Background about the ILO.
  • Standard-setting.
  • Submission.
  • Ratification, entry into force and denunciation.
  • Regular system of supervision: reporting procedures (articles 22 and 19 of the ILO Constitution).
  • Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR).
  • Conference Committee on the Application of Standards (CAS).
  • Representations under article 24 of the ILO Constitution.
  • Complaints under article 26 of the ILO Constitution.
  • Complaints to the Committee on Freedom of Association.
  • NORMLEX database, ITCILO website on Managing ILS Reporting and other ILS resources on the Net.
What will I gain from the course?
  • Understanding of the procedures of standard setting, submission, ratification, regular and special supervision.
  • Capacity to participate actively in them.
How is the course organized?
  • Approximately 30 hours of flexible learning.
  • Ten self-guided sessions with: objectives, preliminary readings, video presentations, resources and assessment.
  • Knowledge assessment at the start and at the end of the training.
Who are the lecturers?
  • Members of the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR).

  • Chair of the Committee on Freedom of Association (CFA).

  • Specialists from the International Labour Office.