Instructions and information for new users

This Community of Practices (CoP) is a space designed for ILO officials and trainers working on Informal Economy and Formalization issues.

It is freely accessible to everyone through ITCILO E-campus platform and provides a comprehensive, fully-fledged and user-friendly Knowledge Repository to support the Follow-up Strategy to R.204.

The aim of this Community of Practices is to spread knowledge and best practices on the transition to formal economy.

Its design is simple and straightforward in order to help you finding quickly what you are looking for! 

The clickable icons will help you to navigate:

  • Multimedia Library, made of: official documentation on R204, Research Papers, case studies and policy briefs on the topic (all downloadable), as well as  useful links and a video archive with a list of link to short reportages on the topic
  • Interactive Maps on Informal economy Statistics and Formalization Strategies
  • Relevant resources grouped by Topic and Country
  • Updated information about upcoming training and capacity building activities on the topic.
  • A self-assessment and knowledge check tool for constituents and officials “How much do you know about R204?”.
  • An interactive Forum for constituents and officials.
  • A downloadable Pocket Guide and Power Point Presentation on R204 for constituents, officials and trainers.

   Please note: 

To access full content of this CoP, it is compulsory to log in to ITCILO e-campus first!

If you already have an ITCILO e-campus account, please log in with your username and password.

(ILO/ITCILO staff can log in by simply using their ILO/ITCILO username and password)

Brand new user? If you don't have an ITCILO e-campus account: click "Log in" (top right of this page), go to "Create an account" and kindly follow the instructions.

     

Last trainings organized on the transition from informal to formal economy by ILO and ITCILO had a very positive impact on their target groups, both in terms of learning objectives and practical outcomes. The extensive use of interactive tools was a determinant of these activities’ success!

Given the carrying capacity of web-based learning platforms as well as their effectiveness in amplifying the effect of face to face activities and supporting knowledge and experience sharing among stakeholders located in different countries, this Community of Practices jointly supported by ILO and ITCILO could play a crucial role in fostering an awareness-raising and advocacy campaign on R204!

This CoP is a space where we your participation and contributions are greatly welcomed:

  • Engage in a discussion through the CoP Forum!
  • Want to share your experience with us? Write us at r204@itcilo.org. We will be happy to give you a space on this platform!

Are you experiencing any technical issue with this CoP or want to know more about?

Get in touch with our ITCILO Support Team: r204@itcilo.org



Last modified: Monday, 26 June 2017, 12:28 PM