This workshop focuses on questions that may arise for personnel responsible for implementing the MLC, 2006 in national legal systems. It assumes a good knowledge of the Convention but will also provide an overview of MLC, 2006 requirements and model legal provisions.
Law and/or policy officials from government departments concerned with the legal aspects of treaty implementation, for example attorney-generals' offices and ministries of labour and transport, maritime authorities, and seafarers' and shipowners' associations involved in tripartite consultations on the transposition and implementation of international conventions in the maritime sector.
The new online programme offers an opportunity to illustrate the basic concepts of the Convention and to assist countries when performing or reviewing their gap analyses relating to compliance of their nationals laws and regulations and other measures with the requirements of the Convention.
At the end of the e-learning programme participants will acquire knowledge and tools for:
Throughout the programme, innovative digital solutions will allow the participants to step back from their daily professional life and reflect on recent case studies.
The e-learning programme will be interactive and participatory and will be structured as follows:
Experts from the International Labour Office and trainers from the ITCILO.
A very limited number of fellowships are available to qualified candidates coming from eligible countries.
As an Organization dedicated to promoting social justice and internationally recognized human and labour rights, the ILO is taking a leading role in international efforts to foster gender equality. In line with this ILO focus, women are particularly encouraged to apply to ITCILO courses.