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THE ILO and HIV/AIDS A4-00583 DIA Insa Ben Said Turin 02/09/2005. OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION. HIV/AIDS and the World of Work The ILO Global Programme on HIV/AIDS and the world of work ILO code of practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work

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THE ILO and HIV/AIDS

A4-00583

DIA Insa Ben Said

Turin 02/09/2005

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OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION

  • HIV/AIDS and the World of Work
  • The ILO Global Programme on HIV/AIDS and the world of work
  • ILO code of practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work
  • Implementing the ILO code of practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work
  • Technical cooperation: Field activities
  • Collaboration with other UN agencies
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1. IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS ON LABOUR AND SOCIAL PROGRESS

  • Effects of HIV/AIDS on labour:
  • A mass killer affecting the most segment of the labour force,
  • Reduces productivity and output level in all sectors,
  • Discrimination and stigma aimed at PLWA at the workplace,
  • Exacerbates the problem of child labour and poverty,
  • Increases gender inequality,
  • Overtaxes the social systems ,
  • Undermines private sector and enterprise development,
  • Stifles economic development.
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2. HIV/AIDS : A THREAT TO DECENT WORK AND ILO STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

  • Threat to the primary goal of ILO:

«To provide opportunities for women and men to obtain

decent and productive work in conditions of freedom,

equity security and human dignity »

  • Threat to ILO ‘s legitimate and essential concerns in

each of the strategic objectives of the Organization:

      • Workers' rights
      • Employment promotion
      • Social protection
      • Social dialogue
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3. HIV/AIDS AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AT WORK

  • AIDS affect fundamental rights at work and in society as

a whole. Discrimination on the basis of HIVAIDS

worsens existing inequalities in society.

  • AIDS-related discrimination may include screening for

purposes of exclusion from work or promotion or

breaches of confidentialities.

  • The fundamental rights of non–discrimination is a

core principle of the ILO which can be used to protect

the rights and dignity of workers and their families

from violation based on their known or presumed HIV

status.

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4. THE ILO RESPONSE AND COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGES

  • ILO promotes a right-based approach to combat the impact of HIV/AIDS on the world of work.
  • The rights of non–discrimination lies at the heart of the concern of ILO for the abuse of human rights in the area of HIV/AIDS.
  • 3. ILO’s comparative advantages:
    • Tripartite structure
    • Technical cooperation
    • ILO’s global network of fields offices and MDTs
    • Social dialogue
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II. ILO GLOBAL PROGRAMME ON HIV/AIDS AND THE WORLD OF WORK

Respond to the ILC Resolution concerning HIVAIDS and the world

of work ( 88th session , June 2000)

  • MAIN OBJECTIVES:
  • To help member States combat the spread and threat of HIV/AIDS
  • through workplace initiatives; cope with the social and economic
  • consequences of the pandemic; provide protection and support to
  • workers and their families infected and affected by HIV/AIDS
  • DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE:
      • To strengthen the capacity of ILO’s tripartite constituents to
      • implement policies and programmes to prevent the spread of
      • HIV/AIDS, protect the rights of affected workers, and mitigate the
      • impact of the epidemic on the world of work.
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PRIORITY AREAS

  • Mobilizing and strengthening the capacity of social
  • partners to design and implement workplace policies
  • and programmes on HIV/AIDS;
  • Advise governments on reform of labour laws to
  • address HIV/AIDS and on integrating the workplace
  • component in national AIDS plan (Support to National
  • Strategic Plan);
  • Awareness raising and advocacy;
  • Research into social, economic and labour impact
  • of HIV/AIDS.
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III. ILO CODE OF PRACTICE ON HIV/AIDS AND THE WORLD OF WORK

  • Launched formally at the UNGASS, New-York, June 2001;
  • Is a tool to implement the UNGASS Declaration of Commitment for
  • the development and implementation of national HIV/AIDS policies
  • at the workplace (sections 49 and 69);
  • Promotes a rights-based approach to HIV/AIDS, and establishes
  • principles and international guidelines for HIV/AIDS policies and
  • programmes in the world of work;
  • Addresses the following areas:
          • - Prevention through information, education and training
          • - Protection of worker's rights
          • - Care and support for workers
  • Has beentranslated into 20 languages in responses to local demand
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IV. IMPLEMENTING THE ILO CODE OF PRACTICE

1. Rights at work:

  • Fundamental Human rights- equality (gender, vulnerable groups, e.g. Migrants);
  • Workplace policy and programme;
  • Reform of labour legislation.

2. Capacity building:

  • Strategic planning;
  • OSH- labour protection-Social security;
  • Decent work: employment objective- LM, Mobility;
  • Database: indicators for monitoring employment and
  • labour market implications;
  • Sectors: transport, tourism, health, informal work.
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3. Mobilizing social partners:

Promote ILO Code of Practice:

  • Tripartism- MOL’s, Employers’ and Workers'
  • organizations
  • Political mobilisation-leadership; public support
  • Advocacy
  • Consensus building

Partnerships: Private sectors, NGOs, UNAIDS Cosponsors and other UN agencies.

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V. TECHNICAL COOPERATION: FIELD ACTIVITIES

  • Presentation of the ILO Code of Practice at the

country level

  • Fact-finding missions and status assessment studies;
  • Advisory services to governments on integrating

HIV/AIDS into labour legislation

  • Projects with social partners and workplace

programmes (Transport and informal sectors);

  • Micro and small enterprise project;
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V. TECHNICAL COOPERATION: FIELD ACTIVITIES

(continued)

  • Identification of best practice initiatives at the

workplace;

  • Study tour of tripartite delegations from Russia and

Azerbaijan to Brazil;

  • National tripartite workshops on HIV/AIDS and the

world of work;

  • Sub-regional workshops of employers;
  • Training for labour inspectors…
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VI. COLLABORATION WITH OTHER UN AGENCIES

  • Cosponsor of UNAIDS
  • Convening Agency for HIV/AIDS and the world of work;
  • Convenor of the IATT on HIV/AIDS and the world of work;
  • Member of the IATT on:
  • -Country Level Response on HIV/AIDS
  • - Gender and HIV/AIDS
  • - Young People and HIV/AIDS
      • - Education
  • - HIV/AIDS Care and Support
  • - Orphans and other Vulnerable Children
  • - HIV/AIDS and Children in Situation of Conflict
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VI. COLLABORATION WITH OTHER UN AGENCIES

(continued)

  • Joint project with UNIFEM on the Care economy,

HIV/AIDS and the world of work;

  • PAF funded projects in Madagascar, Ethiopia and

South Africa.