Un rapport de la Commission mondiale de l'OIT sur l’avenir du travail examine les voies et moyens d'assurer un travail décent et durable pour tous

 

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Rapport
22 April 2019

Travailler pour bâtir un avenir meilleur

Auteur: Organisation Internationale du Travail (OIT)

Nous proposons un programme d’action centré sur l’humain pour l’avenir du travail qui renforce le contrat social en plaçant les hommes et les femmes et le travail qu’ils accomplissent au centre de la politique économique et sociale et des pratiques des entreprises. Ce programme repose sur trois domaines d’action qui, ensemble, engendreraient la croissance, l’équité et la durabilité pour les générations présentes et futures...Nos recommandations ont pour objet de renforcer et de redynamiser les institutions du travail. Des réglementations et contrats de travail aux conventions collectives et aux systèmes d’inspection du travail: autant d’institutions qui sont les éléments constitutifs de sociétés justes. Elles ouvrent la voie à la formalisation, réduisent la pauvreté des travailleurs et assurent un avenir du travail fondé sur la dignité, la sécurité économique et l’égalité...Nous recommandons des investissements transformatifs, conformément au Programme de développement durable à l’horizon 2030 des Nations Unies...

Nous appelons toutes les parties prenantes à assumer la responsabilité de construire un avenir du travail juste et équitable. Une action urgente pour renforcer le contrat social dans chaque pays impose d’investir davantage dans le potentiel humain et dans les institutions du travail, et de tirer parti des possibilités de travail décent et durable. Les pays ont besoin d’établir des stratégies nationales sur l’avenir du travail à travers le dialogue social entre les gouvernements et les organisations de travailleurs et d’employeurs...Nous recommandons que toutes les institutions multilatérales compétentes intensifient le travail qu’elles mènent conjointement à cette fin. 

 

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Auteur: ILO

The ILO and AUC organized a ministerial side event to examine the implications of the Global Commission’s report on the Future of Work. The ministerial side event is part of the third Ordinary Session of the African Union Specialized Technical Committee on Social Development (AU-STC), labour and employment...under the theme “Poverty Eradication through Strategic Investment at the National and Regional Levels towards Social Development, Labour and Employment in Africa”...

H.E. Amira Elfadil, Commissioner for Social Affairs of the African Union Commission (AUC)...alled up one state delegates to play their role in creating sustainable environment for inclusive growth. “Excellences, we trust that you will push for substantial strategic investments to the course of social development, social security and social protection as well as labour and employment in order to create sustainable environment for inclusive growth.”...the Global Commission Report on the Future of Work [was presented]...

“The ILO particularly welcomes the Global Commission Report on the Future of Work. This report brings to the fore realistic suggestions to ensure that we are able to transition into the Future of Work” said ILO Assistant Director General and Regional Director for Africa, Mrs. Cynthia Samuel Olonjuwon... 

“In Ethiopia, our vision is to bring about structural transformation to be a middle income country. Creation of employment and decent work that brings about increased productivity and competitiveness has received a considerable attention and remained a policy priority of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia...”, Stated Dr Ergogie Tesfaye, Minister of Ethiopian Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.

The recommendations from the Global Report on the Future of work included lifelong learning for all, supporting people through transitions, transformative agenda for gender equality, universal social protection through the strengthening of systems, establishing a universal Labour Guarantee...

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Auteur: ILO

We propose a human-centred agenda for the future of work that strengthens the social contract by placing people and the work they do at the centre of economic and social policy and business practice. This agenda consists of three pillars of action, which in combination would drive growth, equity and sustainability for present and future generations...

In enabling people to thrive in a carbon-neutral, digital age, our approach goes beyond human capital to the broader dimensions of development and progress in living standards, including the rights and enabling environment that widen people’s opportunities and improve their well-being...

Our recommendations seek to strengthen and revitalize the institutions of work. From regulations and employment contracts to collective agreements and labour inspection systems, these institutions are the building blocks of just societies. They forge pathways to formalization, reduce working poverty and secure a future of work with dignity, economic security and equality...

We recommend transformative investments, in line with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development...We call on all stakeholders to take responsibility for building a just and equitable future of work. Urgent action to strengthen the social contract in each country requires increasing investment in people’s capabilities and the institutions of work and harnessing opportunities for decent and sustainable work. Countries need to establish national strategies on the future of work through social dialogue between governments and workers’ and employers’ organizations...

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