Discussion guide on Social Dialogue and Tripartism
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Tip: the discussion should first establish the factual basis and then consider the actual implementation of the respective policies and actions.
- Does the government of your country recognize and protect freedom of association, collective bargaining and tripartism?
- Does the national development framework promote tripartite social dialogue with constituents so as to define, consult or decide on policies, programmes and activities?
- Do formal tripartite social dialogue and labour relations institutions exist in the country, and, if so, are they operational?
- Do tripartite social dialogue institutions/mechanisms include other interest groups beyond the tripartite ILO constituency?
- Does government make use of tripartite social dialogue mechanisms in formulating the national development framework?
- Are there any capacity-building programmes for workers’ organizations and employers' organizations organized by the Ministry in charge of labour?
- Do UN agencies (other than the ILO) represented in the country maintain regular contacts with social partners? What is the nature, regularity and purpose of these contacts?
- Do development partners cooperate with or provide support to social partners?