The ILO’s Multinational Enterprises Declaration clarifies the roles and responsibilities of governments and enterprises in relation to decent work. In this course, participants learn how they can help boost workers’ rights, improve skills development, and support small and medium-sized enterprises.
Are you ready to work for positive social change?
Fully engage and interact with an international cohort
Benefit from presentations, group work, and plenary discussions
Learn from specialists from the ILO and the ITCILO
Get a closer look at the inner workings of public-private partnerships
This course looks at the potential of enterprises to contribute to the achievement of decent work for all, a universal goal recognized in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It provides a comprehensive introduction the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration): the ILO tool providing guidance to enterprises, governments, and employers' and workers' organizations on inclusive, responsible and sustainable business practices.
Representatives of governments and employers' and workers' organizations responsible for policies related to socio-economic development, foreign direct investment and the operations of MNEs; business managers responsible for social policy and interested in developing more collaborative approaches to addressing their labour-related human rights impacts and socio-economic development issues.
This course explores how MNEs can contribute to the decent work agenda.
Participants get up-to-date information, as well as the chance to collaborate in the classroom.
All online course materials remain available for reference, even after the course ends.
This unique course includes a study visit and practical, hands-on learning exercises.