Presentation of the Training Manual "Georgian Labour Law and International Labour Standards"

On December 14, the High School of Justice of Georgia and the International Labour Organization presented the training manual – “Labour Law of Georgia and International Labour Standards”.

News | 14 December 2017
The training manual was developed within the framework of cooperation between the High School of Justice and the ILO Project Improved Compliance with Labour Laws in Georgia, funded by the United Sates Department of Labor.

As a result of the collaboration carried out since 2015, a training module on labour law issues was developed and delivered through a series of ongoing trainings of judges and other court staff.

A core group of judges was trained to deliver the training, as well as develop the training manual together with local and international ILO experts. By incorporating national legislation and jurisprudence, the manual is a unique, world-first adaptation of an existing ILO training manual for judges, lawyers and legal educators.

The manual will be used by the High School of Justice as the main resource during trainings for judges as well as other court staff.