This course is also available in Spanish
Engage, explore, study and communicate digitally through your computer, tablet or smart phone, wherever you are.
Be guided to apply collaborative methods and contribute to collective knowledge-creation.
Network with international experts and peers from around the world, share good practices, tap into their experiences.
There is universal agreement that violence and harassment, including gender-based violence, are simply unacceptable in the world of work. They put healthy and productive working relations at risk. Learn from the ILO and from international experience how these risks can be prevented and addressed so as to promote safe, healthy and equal workplaces.
Representatives of ministries of labour, workers' and employers' organizations, gender-equality structures, aid organizations, UN organizations, women's NGOs, multistakeholder initiatives, and HR and CSR departments interested in finding practical solutions to the problem.
In this learning journey, you will be taken through a step-by-step analysis of the violence and harassment phenomenon in the world of work, through the lens of ILO Convention no. 190 and Recommendation no 206.
You will gain insights into the global 4-years long discussion that led to the adopted texts and motivated fundamental methodological choices with regard to how this phenomenon should be framed and defined, as well as to what measures are required and whose contribution is needed in order to effectively prevent, remedy and eradicate.
You will also consider all such elements within a historical perspective on the international human rights framework dealing with violence from a gender-specific perspective, and compare with the gender-responsive approach adopted by these instruments.
Finally, you will be given practical tools for designing and prototyping a personal advocacy strategy, leverage on the ILO global campaign launching in March 2021, and become an agent of change within your work context.
The training is structured in 6 weekly learning modules...
...for a total of about 30 hours of learning.
The training will take place in the ITCILO E-Campus, our multiplatform virtual learning environment, and will include:
Here is a breakdown of your weekly commitment across synchronous and asynchronous activities:
This course will equip you with the tools to: