Adapting and preparing for the future of work
Labour market statistics and analysis systems must adapt to current needs, as well as prepare for the future. To do so, countries must enhance their institutional capacities to identify, collect, analyze, and disseminate labour market information and indicators related to the Sustainable Development Goals. In this academy, participants deepen their knowledge of new labour statistics standards and their relevance in the future of work.
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Training methods include an “ideas market” and digital technologies
Subject matter experts, practitioners, and trainers guide classroom discussions
Participants share knowledge, discuss experiences, and join a global network of professionals
The Academy is being offered to meet the current and future needs of countries to strengthen their labour market statistics and analysis systems in the wake of new international statistical standards and groundbreaking developments in the world of statistics. The Academy will help countries enhance institutional capacity to identify, collect, analyse and disseminate labour market information and other indicators related to decent work, including the SDG indicators. It will emphasize new standards set by the International Conference of Labour Statistics, particularly in the 20th ICLS, which took place in 2018. The Academy will also highlight the relevance of statistics in responding to the different dimensions of the Future of Work, including the rise of non-standard forms of employment.
The Acadmey targets officials of statistics offices; producers of statistics at national statistical offices; ministries of planning, employment, education and labour; research institutes; social partners; and international organizations and development banks.
This academy aims to better equip national and international stakeholders to utilize the new statistical monitoring system.
Participants learn about best practices in labour market information systems and monitoring strategies.
The goal of this academy is to promote inclusive and sustainable growth and employment through standard practices in labour market statistics and analysis.
The Turin Centre is known for its unconventional and highly effective learning methodologies.