Social justice and inclusive growth for labour administration institutions
This programme provides training to promote tripartite social dialogue for safer and healthier workplaces.
The programme supports the negotiation, consultation, and exchange of information between governments, employers, and workers to create better economic and social policies.
It specifically endorses universal social protection and the realization of the human right to social security.
Labour administration institutions play a key role in designing and implementing economic and social policies. Labour inspection systems function as labour law enforcement, ensuring good governance and fairness in the workplace.
Globalization, climate change, and income inequality are among the reasons people cross borders in search of employment opportunities today. Migrant workers require rights-based policies that maximize the positive effects of labour migration.
Workplace interventions based on ILO standards protect workers’ health and safety. To ensure maximum safety, prevention, reporting, and inspection practices are essential.
Social dialogue promotes better pay and working conditions, as well as peace and social justice. It includes all types of negotiation, consultation, and exchange of information among governments, employers, and workers.
Social protection systems must adapt to global transformations in the world of work. The more people adequately covered by social security—from health care to income security—the better.
Publications, tools, databases, and many more enriching materials