25 November 2019

en Global Knowledge-Sharing Forum: Transition to Formal Economy - 3rd edition

The Global Knowledge-Sharing Forum is the world platform for sharing knowledge on what has worked in the quest for decent work through formalization of the economy at the national, regional and global levels.

fr Forum mondial de partage de connaissances sur la transition vers l'économie formelle - Troisième édition

Le Forum est une plateforme mondiale de partage de connaissances sur ce qui a fonctionn dans la qute du travail dcent travers la formalisation aux niveaux national, rgional et mondial.

25 November 2019

en Skills for Green Jobs: Enhancing the Employability of Workers for the Transition to Low-carbon Economies

18 November 2019

en Impact evaluation of public policies, programmes and projects (OPEN)

The aim of impact evaluation is to assess the relevance and effectiveness of a project, programme or public policy in bringing about a desired change in the well-being of the target population, as well as to measure improvements in pre-defined indicators in the particular sector, where applicable, that can be attributed to the development intervention. The evaluation is usually undertaken during a defined period subsequent to the implementation of a given intervention using a variety of techniques, including counterfactual impact, that measure/compare the results achieved with what would have happened (to the beneficiaries) had the project/programme intervention not taken place. Participants will be assisted in performing an impact evaluation of a selected project (case study), putting into practice what they have learned in the course.


18 November 2019

en Actuarial Modeling for Social Protection Analysts 2019

Quantitative specialists working for public pension schemes will be trained to develop and build their own scheme-specific model based on the ILO's generic models. At the end of the workshop, participants will be in a position to support their institutions' financial forecasts.

18 November 2019

ru Works procurement management 2019

This course covers procurement and contract management for works in national development projects, in particular the construction, renovation and maintenance of public infrastructure and buildings. Participants will explore the competencies needed for successful procurement in respect of public infrastructure works. They will also study the key provisions of the 2016 World Bank Procurement Framework and Regulations for Projects and the related bidding documents for construction contracts.

13 November 2019

en Building African Employers' Organizations' Capacity to Engage in Labour Migration Governance

fr Renforcer la capacité des organisations des Employeurs africains à s'engager dans la gouvernance de la migration de main-d'œuvre

11 November 2019

en Promoting green jobs and business opportunities in the waste sector

Cities and towns, particularly in developing countries, send excessive volumes of waste to dumpsites and landfill every year. Resources which are lost to the local economy. Sustainable waste management is increasingly regarded as an opportunity to unlock new livelihoods and job opportunities; promote social inclusion; and upgrade the quality of existing jobs of both women and men. Achieving many of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals requires improved waste management. This requires that the jobs in waste prevention, reuse, recycling and recovery are decent jobs.

This course provides an exciting opportunity to join the conversation and tap together into the potential for decent work promotion and green business development across the waste hierarchy, with a focus on waste collection; reuse, refurbishment and remanufacturing; sorting and recycling; as well as reduction at source.

11 November 2019

en Strengthening capacities of Employers' and Workers' Organizations on Promotion of Youth Employment in Disaster Settings

11 November 2019

en Establishing fair recruitment processes

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.

es El establecimiento de procesos de contratación equitativa

En 2014, la OIT puso en marcha la "Iniciativa para una contratacin equitativa" con el objetivo de ayudar a prevenir la trata de personas, proteger los derechos de los trabajadores (incluyendo los trabajadores migrantes) frente a las prcticas abusivas y fraudulentas en los procesos de contratacin y colocacin, reducir los costos de las migraciones laborales y mejorar los resultados en materia de desarrollo.

11 November 2019

en Launching of Labour Migration Experts Reference Group

11 November 2019

es 2019 - Estrategias locales para el desarrollo de negocios y empleos verdes: Sostenibilidad con empleo

8 November 2019

en Sustainable public food procurement for home-grown school meals

fr Les achats publics inclusifs pour les programmes d'alimentation scolaire à base de produits locaux

6 November 2019

en 2019 - International labour standards and reporting for the Philippines

4 November 2019

en Workshop on International Labour Migration Statistics in Africa

fr Atelier continental sur les statistiques internationales des migrations de main-d'œuvre

4 November 2019

en Advanced Contract Management 2019

This workshop aims to build the capacity of procurement practitioners and project managers to assess contractual risks, develop plans to monitor the performance of suppliers, contractors and consultants, and take corrective action in line with the relevant contractual clauses and the overall provisions of the applicable contract law. The course also explores the theory of claims, claims assessment and settlement. Presentations are supported by practical assignments and/or group work to find solutions to typical problems that arise during the management of procurement contracts.

4 November 2019

en Health Actuarial Modelling 2019

4 November 2019

ru Introduction to IPSAS - 2019

This course provides an overview of basic but very important requirements of International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSASs), which are based on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs). In addition, the programme addresses the resolution of practical issues commonly arising when financial statements are prepared under IPSAS, including transition, analysis of anticipated changes in the requirements and the understanding of main differences between IPSAS and IFRS. Emphasis is placed on the accrual-based financial reporting as the public sector is moving away from traditional for cash-based accounting.

28 October 2019

en Resilient Markets Academy: Market Systems Development in FCAS

Jointly organized by the ITCILO, the Norwegian Refugee Council and the SEEP Network, the Resilient Markets Academy provides an opportunity to learn about practices and innovations in market systems development in the areas of livelihoods, housing as well as water and sanitation services. Market-based programmes rebuild supply and demand-side functions through sustainable interventions that mitigate the shock-stress-shock cycle. These approaches are all the more relevant where fragility continues, aid dependency is prolonged and more traditional forms of aid prove unsuccessful in surmounting the challenges of protracted crises.

28 October 2019

en Building effective labour dispute prevention and resolution systems

This course will provide participants with an overview of different dispute-resolution systems. The course will explore how countries can put in place modern and effective mechanisms for preventing and resolving disputes in line with ILO standards.

28 October 2019

en Training Workshop on Employment Insurance 2019