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© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.org1 International Training Centre of the ILO Turin, Italy
© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre2 THE CENTRE Integral part of the ILO Staff of around 200 Largest training centre of the United Nations system
© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre3 A LEARNER-CENTRED APPROACH Strengthen Tripartism and Social Dialogue Promote & realize Standards and Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Enhance the coverage & effectiveness of Social Protection for all Create greater opportunities for Women & Men to Secure Decent Employment & income Social Dimension of Development Gender Learning Technology
© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre4 GLOBAL REACH Around 200,000 participants from 190 countries since 1965
© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre5 TRAINING ACTIVITIES
© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre6 PARTICIPANTS
© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre7 7 PARTICIPANTS BY REGION IN 2010
© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre8 ANNUAL BUDGET Core funding covers 28% of annual budget 72% of annual budget needs to be earned
© International Training Centre of the ILO ACTRAV training projects in 2011 Decent work for transport workers in partnership with the ETF Strengthening social dialogue in commerce with UNI-Europa and EuroCommerce A pilot project to encourage conversion of precarious work to into work with rights with ETUC Standard course on Social Security for New Independent States www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre9
© International Training Centre of the ILO Sectoral projects - Identification of a problem Limited participation of social partners from New Member States and Candidate Countries in European sectoral social dialogue committees due to the weaknesses on the national level that are echoed in the EU SD Selected sectors: Civil aviation, inland waterways, maritime transport, railways, road transport, ports and commerce www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre10
© International Training Centre of the ILO Weaknesses and Challenges in New Member States (I) Weak national labour legislation An overall low level of social dialogue and industrial relations Poorly designed institutional framework, weak labour and SD institutions Need for consolidation of institutions, add content and delivery power to the existing institutional forms Sectoral social dialogue and collective bargaining are the weakest link Proliferation and fragmentation of trade unions which adversely affects TU dialoguing strength Decline in membership as a dominant feature, representativity issue www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre11
© International Training Centre of the ILO Weaknesses and Challenges II Need for rejuvenation of TU movement, new image of trade unions Barriers in external (language) and international communication (dissemination of ESD-related information to TU members) and internal capacities (insufficient knowledge about ESD forms and processes) Lack of sectoral employers’ organisations at national level Absence of employers’ interest in being involved in EU-level sectoral projects and activities Need for a new culture of SD in NMS, building mutual trust and commitment of social partners to jointly design and implement SD agenda on the issues of common interest in the sector at national and EU level www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre12
© International Training Centre of the ILO Outputs of Sectoral Projects 215 representatives of ETF affiliates from NMS and CC trained in 9 training activities in IT, BE, SI, RO, HU, LT, TK (8/10-12/11) 143 representatives of UNI-Europa affiliates trained in 6 training activities in IT, BE, HR, BG, PL, FYROM (12/10- 12/11) Increased quality and quantity of participation of trained ETF and UNI-Europa affiliates in European sectoral social dialogue committees in transport and commerce sectors and in different ETF and UNI-Europa activities and actions at the EU level Improved implementation of results of European social dialogue on national level www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre13
© International Training Centre of the ILO Decent Work for Precarious Workers Division of the labour market between permanently employed ‘insiders’ vs. precariously employed ‘outsiders’ Precarious work is a growing phenomenon in the EU 27 Further emphasized during the economic and financial crisis Organise precarious workers Represent precarious workers’ interests in social dialogue Protect precarious workers’ rights through collective agreements www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre14
© International Training Centre of the ILO Training Activities Course on Decent Work for Precarious Workers (Turin) Seminar on Young Precarious Workers (Madrid) Seminar on Migrant Precarious Workers (Gdansk) Final Conference on Conversion of Precarious Work into Work with Rights (Budapest) www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre15
© International Training Centre of the ILO Results 88 trained participants Report on Precarisation and the Crisis. The Growing Challenge of Transforming Precarious Into Decent Work; Report on Europe, Crisis and Migration, European Precarious Work web portal containing a collection of case studies/ best practice in transformation of precarious work in work with rights; European network of trained precarious work experts in ETUC affiliated trade unions, Training materials on precarious work. www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre16
© International Training Centre of the ILO Plans for 2012 and collaboration with EFFAT Cooperation on Social Dialogue and Industrial Relations in the context of the financial and economic crisis (EU-ILO) Training package for EFFAT and EMCEF affiliates in NMS and CC – follow up on projects in 2007 and 2009 Decent Work for Domestic Workers (ETUC and EFFAT) www.itcilo.orgInternational Training Centre17
© International Training Centre of the ILO www.itcilo.org18 http://www.itcilo.org
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