▶ NATIONAL STRATEGIC INTERVENTIONS

Building future economies harnessing talent for inclusive, dynamic growth and national competitiveness

We enable countries to strengthen their social and economic performance by creating new arenas of gender parity and decent work, as a requirement to determine the national capability and readiness of the country to face the sustainable era.

 
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Stakeholder Potential - Context

These multi-dimensional challenges require far reaching policy responses and the involvement of many different stakeholders in their design and implementation. National employment policies that comprise macroeconomic and sectoral policy responses as well as labour market policies and institutional solutions, offer a practical framework for tackling the multidimensional labour market challenges highlighted above. They also promote policy coherence by encouraging inter-ministerial coordination and inclusiveness by involving all key stakeholders, such as Central Banks, ministries of Finance and Economic Affairs, key sectoral ministries, in addition to the ministry in charge of Employment, the social partners and other representatives of groups affected by the measures to be taken. 

 

Strategy -  PHASE 1 - NATIONAL OWNERSHIP

Vision 2030 | National Commitment to multiyear implementation | national Committee | Stakeholders Agreement and assignment of roles and responsibilities

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▶ in-country implementation plans

Implementing national frameworks capturing the magnitude of disparities, tracking progress and ranking countries for effective and accountable strategies

We design and implement national employment policies that comprise macroeconomic and sectorial policy responses as well as labour market polices and institutional solutions, involving international stakeholders in the design and implementation.

 
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Stakeholder Potential - Context

These multi-dimensional challenges require far reaching policy responses and the involvement of many different stakeholders in their design and implementation. National employment policies that comprise macroeconomic and sectoral policy responses as well as labour market policies and institutional solutions, offer a practical framework for tackling the multidimensional labour market challenges highlighted above. They also promote policy coherence by encouraging inter-ministerial coordination and inclusiveness by involving all key stakeholders, such as Central Banks, ministries of Finance and Economic Affairs, key sectoral ministries, in addition to the ministry in charge of Employment, the social partners and other representatives of groups affected by the measures to be taken.

 

Strategy -  PHASE 2 - NATIONAL CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT

National Capability - Sustainability of the Implementation. Trainings for all phases of strategy and implementation.

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▶ CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY

Setting new benchmarks striving positive contribution of multinationals and national enterprises across the business and supply chain and at all levels

We facilitate companies to improve their corporate social performance and to fulfil their obligation to respect human rights by undertaking appropriate due diligence, guiding companies within their international operations and among their business relations.

 
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Stakeholder Potential - Context Multinational enterprises, development and decent work: the approach of the MNE Declaration

Multinational enterprises (MNEs) play a key role in today’s globalized economy, both through their investment decisions in host countries and through their purchasing activities within integrated production systems or global supply chains. MNEs have the potential to contribute to the advancement of decent work and achievement of development priorities through their corporate policies and business operations. To accompany this process and the involvement of the different actors, the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (the MNE Declaration)  provides guidance to enterprises, governments and employers’ and workers’ organizations on how to maximize the positive contribution of MNEs and larger national enterprises to economic and social development and minimize and resolve possible negative impacts.

Strategy - ▶ PHASE 3 - CORPORATE SHARED VALUE CORPORATE SOCial RESPONSIBILITY

CSR policies are voluntary initiatives developed by companies, taking into account their policy goals and corporate characteristics. The design and implementation of such policies need to take into account the changing international environment: the international players involved (international trade unions, NGOs, international organizations) and international guidance for CSR initiatives (the ILO's International Labour Standards, OECD guidelines, UN Guiding Principles). The course is designed to inform and train staff members, especially those new to such positions, on recent developments in the external CSR environment, to enable them to help shape company policy on conducting proper risk assessments and performing due diligence. Companies also give an account of the content of their CSR policies and how they were developed.

our services - main roles - LEVERAGING THE GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Today, companies of all sizes are under increased pressure to show how they are respecting human rights as well as improving corporate social performance more broadly. One expectation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights is that companies will fulfil their obligation to respect human rights by undertaking appropriate due diligence. This has direct implications on business to business relations in the supply chain. It is now common practice that large firms demand that their suppliers comply with codes of conduct, covering notably social practices, in an effort to fulfil their own due diligence obligations. Suppliers and in particular SMEs are faced with important operational challenges in complying with these obligations in addition to meeting product delivery requirements. 

 

▶ UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA 2030

Establishing and implementing national plans under the SDG Framework to achieve significant progress by 2030

We guide countries to assess general rights and specific institutional, legal, judicial and administrative conditions prevailing the relevance of countries commitments to their national development strategies for sustainable development.

 
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Stakeholder Potential - Context

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strategy - PHASE 4 - NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES

High Level Political Forum, national Commitments to Sustainable Development, ECOSOC , 2030 Agenda , Member States - ILO Mechanisms - National Development Strategies|Commitments 

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▶ To support

Inter-governmental bodies in its formulation of policies, global standards and norms.

▶ To lead & coordinate 

The UN system's work on maternity protection policy as well as promote accountability, including regular monitoring of system-wide progress. 

▶ To help

Member states to implement these standards, standing ready to provide suitable technical support to those countries that request it, and to forge effective partnerships.