Programs

International Labour Organization (ILO) / Aoyama Gakuin University / TDLC Lecture series (4)

story from Tokyo Development Learning Center (Thursday) October 20, 2010
(Thursday) November 10, 2010
(Thursday) November 17, 2010
(Thursday) December 22, 2010

All lectures (JST):
Doors open: 17:30, Lecture: 18:00-20:00

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Meriem Gray—World Bank

The International Labour Organization (ILO), Aoyama Gakuin University and the Tokyo Development Learning Center (TDLC) will host a 2011 lecture series. This year’s lecture series will be focusing on ILO’s decent work activities from ILO’s Better Work Project to Social security trends. Lectures will be given by experts and specialists from ILO headquarters and the ILO Asia Pacific office via videoconference.

Come participate in one of the rare opportunities to be able to ask questions of the specialists who are actively involved in labor issues in ILO Bangkok regional office or ILO headquarters in Geneva.

We look forward to your participation.

Organizers:

International Labour Organization Office in Japan (ILO)
Aoyama Gakuin University
Tokyo Development Learning Center, The World Bank (TDLC)

Session Description:

(Thursday) October 20, 2010
ILO activities on CRISIS
Mr. Alfred Lazarte (Director, CRISIS, ILO Geneva)

Co-hosted by UN Organizations in Japan: UN day 2011 @ Tohoku University (Recovery and Regeneration from the Great East Japan Earthquake: Message from Tohoku to the world) Pre-event
—- Will be connecting with Regional Innovation Research Center, Graduate School of Economics and Management / Faculty of Economics, Tohoku University—-

(Thursday) November 10, 2010
ILO Better Work Project
Mr. Dan Rees (Director, BETTER WORK, ILO Geneva)

(Thursday) November 17, 2010
Latest trends on Social Security- Social Security Floor
Mr. Michael Cichon (Director, SOC/SEC, ILO Geneva)

(Thursday) December 22, 2010
Employment and Labour challenges in Asia- 15th APRM round-up
Ms. Thetis Mangahas (Deputy Director, ROAP, ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific)

Fee:

Free

Language:

English (Simultaneous interpretation)

participants:

30 people (registration will be closed after capacity is reached)

Registration:

Advance registration required (first-come-first-served). You can attend any combination of sessions or all four sessions.
Please register by sending us an email or using the form below, indicating your name, organization, telephone number, e-mail address and which session you wish to attend.

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