El Centro Internacional de Formación de la OIT dictará el curso: "International Labour Standards for Judges, Lawers and Legal Educators", el cual se realizará del 30 de agosto al 10 de setiembre de 2010 en Turín - Italia
Objectives: General objective
The main objective of the course is to equip law professionals with the knowledge that will enable them to use international labour law sources at national level.
At the end of this training, participants will:
have an in-depth knowledge of the instruments and supervisory machinery of the ILS system; be able to use the analysis and pronouncements of the ILO's supervisory bodies that provide an in-depth understanding of the scope and meaning of ILS; be able to determine when and how do mestic judges and lawyers can use international labour law to solve labour disputes; be able to identify and make use of ILS in key areas such as freedom of association, the right to collective bargaining, non-discrimination in employment and occupation, child labour, termination of employment, determination of the existence of employment relationships, and relevant international labour instruments on HIV/AIDS and the world of work.
Structure and content
The course structure is based on the premise that participants are already versed in legal concepts and thinking. To enable participants to use the sources of international labour law at national level, the course will cover the following:
Flyer in English: http://training.itcilo.org/ils/ils_judges/A902460 EN_Flyer.pdf
Los interesados en participar, deberán completar el formulario adjunto y remitirlo antes del 12 de julio a: email@example.com