Presentación sobre derechos humanos y derecho al trabajo que tuvo lugar en un evento de la Oficina para las Instituciones Democráticas y los Derechos Humanos (ODIHR – OSCE), que tuvo lugar en Varsovia, el 20 de septiembre de 2016. Incluye un video, con la versión en español de mi presentación, editado en la Universidad Jaume… Seguir leyendo Human Rights and Right at Work – Derechos Humanos y Derecho al Trabajo
I'm a retired Senior International Civil Servant, having spent more than 25 years at the International Labor Office (ILO). I worked on Employment Policies, Tripartite Consultations, and Indigenous People. In this blog I have collected some of the most significant events and documents in which I was involved during my last years at the ILO. I now teach… Seguir leyendo Welcome — Bienvenid@s
I provided guidance on specific instruments related to employment services (Conventions No. 88 and No. 181) for this research made by the ILO Fair Recruitment Initiative. The document provides an overview of national practices which aim to prevent fraudulent recruitment practices and protect workers from abusive labour recruiters.
I provided guidance for this research made by the ILO Fair Recruitment Initiative. The investigation suggests that the worldwide recruitment business is influenced when engaging with employers in destination countries. My contribution aimed at highlighting the importance of the principles already established in the relevant international labour standards on public and private employment services (Conventions… Seguir leyendo 2015 ILO publication – Global labour recruitment in a supply chain context
The aim of the Guide is to increase awareness and understanding among Governments and other stakeholders of the importance of placing the promotion of full, productive and freely chosen employment at the heart of socio-economic and development policies through a rights-based approach and a broad basis of agreement achieved through social dialogue, in line… Seguir leyendo 2013 – ILO Guide on employment policy and international labour standards