Spreading the word: Building capacity for decent work

Training women and men in small business management; making health insurance accessible to domestic workers; providing employment services to disadvantaged young women and men; building social dialogue: these are just a few examples of the ILO’s vast range of technical cooperation initiatives aimed at addressing development challenges and using the ILO’s norms, principles and standards to improve the lives of working people.

ILO International Training Centre, Turin

ILO International Training Centre, Turin

As the training arm of the ILO, located in Turin (Italy), the Centre runs training, learning, and capacity development services for governments, employers' and
workers' organizations, and other national and international partners, to promote decent work and sustainable development.

In 2012-2013 the Centre enhanced the skills of 24,402 women and men from more than 190 countries.
The largest groups came from Africa, followed by Europe and Central Asia.