The course is organized into three main technical blocks:
An innovative e-learning experience combining self-paced modules, webinars and discussions, case studies, forum debates, and group work using up-to- date learning methods and technologies. The course concludes with an individual final assignment.
An action-oriented, highly participative approach will be used, with particular attention devoted to sharing international experiences with a view to their adaptation and practical application.
In 2019, there were 169 million international migrant workers in the world and they constituted 4.9 per cent of the global labour force in the destination countries (ILO, 2021). The majority of people leaving their home countries are migrating for work and almost of half of them are women. The contribution of these migrant workers to the world economy is undeniable, yet many work in some of the worst conditions, with no access to social protection and denied their labour rights. With its mandate on all labour issues, the ILO has built up a wealth of knowledge on migration for employment, in terms of both original research and the rich experience of its Members - governments, employers and trade unions - in dealing with migrant workers. Drawing on these unique resources, this online course offers a comprehensive and accessible overview of international labour standards protecting migrant workers and the ILO's efforts to protect migrant workers through a rights-based approach.
The course is designed for: - officials and practitioners committed to better protect migrants workers, in particular: policy-planners and officials from key ministries responsible for migration; - representatives of the social partners involved in the governance of migration; - practitioners and consultants of UN agencies working in the field of migration, staff of NGO working for the protection of migrants.
This course is divided into three blocks focusing on the following core elements:
l. International labour standards and mechanisms of control
ll. Empowering vulnerable groups to enjoy their labour rights
lll. Access to Justice for migrant workers
Course learning materials and tuition will be offered online in English and French. The following requirements are therefore essential to participate in this course:
Upon completion of the course, participants will have:
The Turin Centre is known for its innovative learning tools and methodologies.
It was a very rich training course that will enable me to represent workers in better conditions during the social dialogue with the Government and also to give better decisions at the labour court in my capacity as assessor judge.
The course consists of a number of online modules offered through the e-Campus online platform to be completed over a period of six weeks from 27 March to 5 May 2023, for an estimated 60 learning hours. The course is broken down into three phases:
Participants who successfully complete all assessments and the final assignment will receive a Certificate of Achievement.
Interested candidates should register on-line through this link: https://oarf2.itcilo.org/DST/A9716197/en
Selection will be based on the following criteria:
The cost of participation is 980 EUR and is payable in advance by the participant or his or her sponsoring organization.
This course is part of one Diploma programme: