This course is part of a series of courses for Continuing Legal Education on International Labour Standards (CLE on ILS). You can register as from 1 March 2021, and you can follow it at your own pace. Participation requires approximately 6 hours.
This online self-guided course presents the sources of international labour law and, in particular, the work of the ILO supervisory bodies, its relevance to legal practitioners and possible judicial use.
Judges; lawyers; legal experts from employers' and workers' organizations; university law teachers and students; legal educators responsible for training judges and lawyers.
The course is divided into three substantive sections.
It includes a knowledge assessment at the start and at the end, to test individually the initial and final knowledge of the content.