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  • The ILO Office for East Africa covering the countries of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda was established in Dar es Salaam in 1962.
  • The Office implements the mandate of the ILO within the subregion, including the delivery of technical cooperation in collaboration with other ILO technical departments.

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    25 - 29 March, 2013: Zanzibar, Tanzania
    Training workshop on Labour Market Information and Analysis, Visitors Inn, Zanzibar (pdf file 300Kb)
    The ILO through the United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP) is organizing a five days training workshop from 25th to 29th March, 2013 in Zanzibar, as part of efforts to support capacity building of Ministries, Departments and Authorities (MDAs) in Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar on Labour Market Information Systems (LMIS). The workshop is aimed at enhancing quality and hence the impact of national employment and training policies through the incorporation of useful Labour Market Information (LMI) in the policy planning and formulation. The training is expected to help participants gain knowledge on ways and means of collecting, analyzing, interpreting and disseminating labour market information.
  • 04 - 07 March 2013: Tanga, Tanzania
    High Level Tripartite workshop on Social Dialogue and colective Bargaining (pdf file 93Kb)
    The International Labour Organization (ILO) through the United Nations Development Assistance Plan (UNDAP) will conduct a training workshop on Social Dialogue and Collective Bargaining for its tripartite partners - Trade Union Congress of Tanzania (TUCTA), Association of Tanzania Employers (ATE) and the Government i.e. the Ministry of Labour and Employment, President’s Office -Public Service Management. The objectives of the workshop, among others, are to familiarize the high level tripartite delegates with ILO principles and standards on social dialogue and their importance in promoting industrial relations in Tanzania and impart to them knowledge on organisational rights and the procedure of exercising them.

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Decent Work Country Profile Tanzania (Mainland) (pdf file 846Kb)
ISBN: 978-92-2-122957-5 (Print)
ISBN:978-92-2-122958-2

 
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