This site was previously owned by Andean Labor Institute (ILA). It was a non-profit public body made up of several countries in Latin America. Their headquarter was based in Peru. Below is their physical address.
Andean Labour Institute – ILA – All Rights Reserved – 2005
Av Paseo de la República No. 3832. – Office 502, Lima 27 – Peru
The Andean Labour Institute was established in order to carry out research, training, information dissemination and counseling organized workers of the member countries of the Cartagena Agreement and the Andean Labour Advisory Council which was part of the Agreement, to achieve the objectives of Andean integration.
The ILA was also a technical body of the Andean Labor Advisory Council for issues facing the Andean integration or derivatives and emerging from that process.
In that sense, the Andean Labour Institute outlined their mandates as can be seen below:
- Promote and coordinate the implementation of research work of general, specific and applied training and dissemination programs on various aspects of Andean integration, as well as with other Latin American integration processes.
- Compromising efforts relating to consultation with the labor sector of the Andean countries for the benefit of their people to achieve the goals of integration.
- Cooperate in the activities of the Central Trade Union Confederations and member countries of the Cartagena Agreement, on all aspects related to domestic labor problems, oriented towards integration;
- Conduct studies and analysis of economic and social problems of each country in the different branches of economic activity, with a view to the integration of the Andean subregion.
- Support, promote and develop programs, projects, studies and activities that enable more training of workers of the Member Countries of the Cartagena Agreement in accordance with the actions to be taken by the Andean Labor Advisory Council, with reference to the Andean integration process ;
- Conferences, meetings, seminars, symposia, courses, workshops, round tables and any other form of training events, training and dissemination on the problematic socio – labor integration, as well as edit and disseminate these experiences, research and relevant information ;
- Coordinate and collaborate with other similar institutions in the region and beyond to better fulfill corporate objectives;
- Promote, agree, receive and provide national and international institutional purposes applicable to technical cooperation.
I’ve undertaken the task of rebuilding this website and I decided to publish interesting posts which touch on the welfare of workers and labor unions and you can access the content by clicking the topics below.