ITC-ILO Online Course: Macroeconomic And Sectoral Policies For A Sustained Job Recovery

What is it?

What is it?

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact labour markets around the world and these challenges have now been compounded by geopolitical tensions, spiking food and energy prices and deteriorating financial conditions, particularly for developing countries.How are governments reacting in advanced and developing economies in such a changing macroeconomic context? Which policies can help sustain and strengthen the recovery in labour markets? How could new jobs be promoted in new sectors? How to reach those hardest-hit? This course will help you improve your practical knowledge of how macroeconomic and sectoral policies can be used to provide answers to those pressing questions.

How does it work?

The course consists of a number of online modules to be completed over a period of six weeks from 19 September to 28 October 2022.

Who attends this course?

The course is of particular interest to policymakers, planners, technical officials of relevant ministries, and other technical experts from relevant institutions. In particular, the course caters for policy advisors and practitioners from ministries of labour and employment, finance, economy and planning; sectoral ministries; social partners; and researchers and policy analysts working for international, regional and national organizations, academia and donor organizations. 

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