The program objective is to strengthen international affairs areas by introducing the Office of International Affairs, an entity of the Ministry of Labor, Employment, and Social Security of the Nation that promotes and ensures international institutional linkage in the labor area. Its objective is: to deal with matters of an international nature related to labor, employment, and social security and, especially, those related to bilateral and multilateral actions with other states, international organizations, and technical cooperation and development support organizations of other countries, in coordination with the competent entities in this area.
• Developing knowledge of different realities and experiences
• Increasing participation by different areas in international policy formulation
• Emphasizing cooperation and coordination with social actors
• Helping implement a federal policy in the international area
• Formulating an international labor policy with an employment pillar
• Strengthening participation in the different International Labour Organization (ILO) bodies
• Involvement in the conclusion of bilateral agreements with other States regarding the matters incumbent upon the Jurisdiction, registering bilateral agreements in force and resulting programs for their application, and managing mixed committees for the implementation of these agreements
• Handling matters incumbent upon the Jurisdiction in regional integration processes
• Handling relations with technical cooperation and development support organizations of other countries in matters under its purview
• Involvement in managing international cooperation and monitoring all agreements and treaties concluded in that context by the different areas of the Jurisdiction
• Developing and maintaining the international commitments agenda
The program will be implemented in two stages: a first, theoretical, stage in the receiving country; and a second, practical, stage, in Buenos Aires. Five officials will participate in each stage.
Officials of International Relations