18 - 29 May 2015, International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITCILO), Turin, Italy
This global training activity on international labour migration reviews and analyses key issues, strategies, policies and tools for better governance of international labour migration, linking migration and development, and promoting the protection of rights of migrant workers and their families.. In addition to plenary sessions the academy offers the possibility to participants through elective courses to analyze as well in-depth key topics related to labour migration. The academy will therefore give a broad overview of the different challenges and opportunities related to international labour migration, but it will also give the opportunity to participants to tailor-made the reinforcement of their capacities according to their specific needs.
18 - 29 May 2015, International Training Centre of the ILO, Turin, Italy
The overall objective of this course is to develop knowledge and skills that will lead to the integration of the psychosocial and health promotion issues into a comprehensive enterprise policy and establish a framework for preventative action.
Realizing a Fair Migration Agenda: Labour Flows between Asia and Arab States, Asia Tripartite Meeting
6 - 7 May 2015, Bali, Indonesia
Tripartite partners meet to develop origin-country inputs to an action plan for fair migration in Asia to Arab States labour flows.
27 April 2015, Brussels, FPS Social Security (Auditorium Pacheco – Pacheco Boulevard, 13)
In the context of the importance given by Belgium to social protection in the post-2015 UN negotiations, the Belgian Federal Public Service Social Security will organise on the 27th of April 2015, in cooperation with the International Labour Organization, a conference on the theme "Social Protection in the Post-2015 Agenda". We invite you to Save the date in your agenda.
27 April - 26 June 2015, Distance Learning
The overall objective of this interactive e-learning course is to improve the understanding of green jobs key concepts and definitions as part of the contribution of the world of work to sustainable development, through a review of tools, selected literature and on-going practices. Special attention is given to the approaches of the ILO Green Jobs Programme across specific economic sectors and at country level. Target audience: representatives from Governments, Employers’ Organizations, Trade Unions, national and international development agencies, civil society organisations and development practitioners.
Global Dialogue Forum on Employment Relationships in Retail Commerce: Their impact on Decent Work and Competitiveness
22 - 23 April 2015, Geneva, Switzerland
The tripartite participants will discuss how the diversification of employment relationships in retail commerce.
20 - 24 April 2015, ILO International Training Centre Turin, Italy
The main objective of the course is to train participants to better identify and investigate cases of forced labour, including trafficking for labour exploitation. The course addresses the different stages of the process (inspecting workplaces, interviewing victims, gathering evidence), with a focus on the private sector (textile, agriculture, domestic work, etc.).
13 - 24 April 2015, Geneva, Switzerland
During its 22nd session, the Committee will examine the initial reports of Kyrgyzstan, Peru and Uganda, and the second periodic report of Sri Lanka. The Committee will also adopt list of issues prior to the presentation of the initial reports of Honduras, Nicaragua and Niger, as well as the combined second and third periodic report of Senegal with respect to the implementation of the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families. The ILO representatives participate in the work of the Committee in a consultative capacity.
13 April - 24 September 2015, International Training Centre of the ILO, Turin, Italy
The general objective of this course is to develop the knowledge and the understanding for managing the occupational safety and health (OSH). The course has an estimated duration of 550 hours of study and it has been designed for engineers, physicians, chemists, inspectors and other civil servants, or simply OSH practitioners interested in increasing their knowledge and competence on occupational safety and health.
27 March 2015, Geneva, Switzerland