The promotion of Decent Work features prominently in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted at the UN Summit on Sustainable Development held in New York in September 2015.
Explicitly linked to goal 8 of the SDGs, the promotion of Decent Work is also implicitly referenced under many targets linked to the other sixteen goals. The training activities of the Centre aim to strengthen the capacity of ILO constituents and other relevant stakeholders to analyse the link between Decent Work and Sustainable Development and to formulate and implement strategies and approaches to make Decent Work for All a reality.
This Forum brings together leading experts and representatives of governments, workers' and employers' organizations and other stakeholders to discuss critical dimensions of the Future of Work agenda, including the impact of globalization and technological change on labour markets. Read More
This course will discuss the importance of structural transformation in creating jobs and promoting inclusive growth, provide relevant tools, and analyse how structural transformation occurs and what impacts it has. Read More
Organized in conjunction with the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), this learning event is designed to build capacities for the promotion of inclusive green economies that create income and jobs, reduce poverty and inequality, and protect the environment. Read More
This training course aims to enhance the skills of policy-makers and practitioners in assessing and designing policies to improve productivity and working conditions in SMEs. Read More
Achieving the SDGs through Decent Work
Report on a five-day ITCILO training activity on Decent Work 4 Sustainable Development, 8-12 April 2019. Read More
The Centre hosts an exhibition of photographs: “Behind the Indian Boom”
The exhibition, sponsored by the University of Turin, will be hosted on campus until 17 May. The official opening is on Wednesday 27 March, on the occasion of Biennale Democrazia 2019. Read More
The ITCILO further strengthens its collaboration with the V.V. GIRI National Institute of India
The Centre has just renewed its Memorandum of Understanding with the V.V. GIRI National Institute of India for a further five years. The previous MoU was signed in 2012. The Institute is an autonomous body of the Ministry of Labour and Employment of the Government of India, set up in July 1974 as a leading centre of Labour Research, Training and Education. Read More