Work situations that deny fundamental principles and rights at work or that put at risk the lives, health, freedom, human dignity or security of workers or subject households to conditions of poverty are unacceptable.
They have high economic, social and political costs for society in any country. Across all regions, some categories of workers are more vulnerable to being trapped into taking on unacceptable forms of work than others. The training activities of the Centre seek to better equip ILO constituents and other ILO stakeholders to protect both women and men workers from unacceptable forms of work, with an emphasis on categories of workers for whom protection needs are acute, in particular women in global supply chains, and migrant, construction, agricultural and domestic workers. Special attention is paid to the fight against child labour, forced labour and trafficking.
This course examines international labour standards as a resource for strengthening domestic case law on labour issues. Read More
By examining the procedures and substance of the international labour standards system, the course aims to strengthen participants' capacity to follow standards-related procedures, including reporting obligations under the ILO Constitution. Read More
El curso analiza las normas internacionales del trabajo como recurso para fortalecer la jurisprudencia nacional en temas laborales. Read More
This course is intended to support constituents in meeting their obligations to respect, promote and realize fundamental principles and rights at work. Read More
There has been increasing recognition, nationally and internationally, of the economic and social contribution made by domestic workers and of the need to improve their living and working conditions. Read More
Cutting-edge topics are presented and discussed in keynote lectures with simultaneous interpretation in English, French and Spanish. Read More
In 2014, the ILO launched the "Fair Recruitment Initiative" to help prevent human trafficking, protect the rights of workers (including migrant workers) from abusive and fraudulent practices during the recruitment and placement process, reduce the cost of labour migration and enhance development gains. Read More
Child labour is a barrier to the achievement of an inclusive and equitable quality education and to lifelong learning opportunities for all. Read More
The Centre celebrates World Day Against Child Labour
This year, the events organized to celebrate World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) and World Day for Safety and Health at Work (SafeDay) shine a spotlight on the global need to improve the safety and health of young workers and end child labour. Read More