Gender equality and non-discrimination
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International Labour Standards, Rights at Work and Gender Equality Training Programme

of the International Training Center of the ILO

 
Viale Maestri del Lavoro, 10
10127 Turin
Italy

  +39.011.6936600
  +39 011 6936655 (fax)

  gend@itcilo.org
 
 
Gender and Non-Discrimination Programme

The GNDP capitalizes on the ITC-ILO 20 years of experience in capacity building for gender mainstreaming and women’s socio-economic empowerment.

The Programme works on two parallel, mutually reinforcing strands: regular on-campus and on-line training courses are offered every year, whilst tailor-made capacity building programme and awareness raising campaigns are designed according to the needs agreed with donor and/or requesting national organisations, and often with the inputs of both ILO and ITCILO gender networks.

On line learning: the Gender Campus

GNDP has been a pioneer in designing and delivering on-line learning and information programmes, through a multi-lingual “Gender Campus” offering a wide range of modular courses on gender issues in the world of work and in sustainable development operations.

Face to face training courses

The Programme regularly offers standard face to face training workshops of 1 to 2 weeks duration in French, English, Spanish and Portuguese.  Tailor made activities can cover other languages.

 
Areas of expertise
The GNDP is able to offer a wide range of training and consultancy services, covering the whole learning and capacity development cycle: participatory organisational audits, assessment of training needs and organisational capacity gaps, curriculum development, production of training and awareness raising materials (including videos), on-line learning and information platforms, validation, adaptation to regional and national contexts, action planning, high level inter-agency workshops, high-level experts meetings, training of trainers and facilitators, coaching and support to strategy implementation.

Our participants come from a wide range of institutions from the public, private and non-profit sector: ILO constituents (governments and social partners), representatives of civil society, UN agencies, donors, academic institutions, private organisations.

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