United Nations Human Rights: Rethinking Austerity: A Side Event on Human Rights Considerations in National and International Responses to Financial Crisis
6 March 2013
5 March 2013
The International Institute of Labour Studies (INST)invites you to a seminar on "New Trends in Labour Law".
IILS present at Seminar "The impacts of China's Industrial Transition and Upgrading on Employment", Beijing
28 February 2013
The attached presentation by Raymond Torres, Director, IILS, was made at this seminar organized by The Institute of International Labour and Social Security, Beijing, 28 February 2013.
22 February 2013
The International Institute of Labour Studies (INST) invites you to a discussion on "The global jobs crisis: Emerging perspectives".
IILS's participation at Foundation Forum 2013 - Social and employment policies for a fair and competitive Europe
14 - 15 February 2013
The Foundation Forum, which takes place every four years in Dublin, is Eurofound’s ‘flagship’ event. It is designed to provide a high-level forum for debate and discussion of key social policy issues facing Member States. The Forum brings together leading decision-makers and opinion-formers, together with academic experts, in a neutral setting to promote the exchange of new ideas and experiences on subjects of policy relevance and within the Foundation’s competence.
21 January 2013
The International Institute of Labour Studies (INST) invites you to a workshop on Policy Lessons from the Global Economic Linkages (GEL) model
14 - 15 January 2013
The IFC Jobs Study Conference marked the launch of the Jobs Study Report “Assessing Private Sector Contributions to Job Creation.” The event provided an opportunity for participants to share perspectives, best practices, and practical lessons on promoting job creation in developing countries through the private sector.
14 - 15 January 2013
Assessing Private Sector Contributions to Job Creation: Findings and Conclusions from the IFC Job Study.
27 - 28 November 2012
Despite the very difficult economic situation we still find ourselves in, there are many programmes and activities across the member countries which have the potential to lift some of the gloom, and there are many examples of excellent practice in some of our major organizations which can only have a beneficial effect on employment levels.
15 November 2012
With unemployment rising and potential growth faltering, labour market reform has become more necessary than ever in OECD countries. Divergences remain however vivid regarding the direction of reforms: Which labour contracts? What role for labour taxation? Which minimum wages? What role for labour relations ? This conference will try to address these questions through paper presentations, a round table and a lecture.