The Fund will promote the decent work agenda and foster the tripartite dialogue. By improving this dialogue the social partners in each country, will better contribute to a more sustainable economic and social development.
Final report Review of Decent Work and Tripartite Dialogue
Bilateral and experience sharing workshop Warsaw 2 and 3 March 2016
11:00 – 13:00 Registration of guests/welcome coffee
14:00 – 14:10 Opening remarks - Mr. Karsten Klepsvik, Norwegian Ambassador to Poland
14:00 – 14:15 Mrs. Ragnhild Lied, President in the Norwegian confederation UNIO - “The Global Fund for Decent Work and Tripartite Cooperation - A Norwegian Perspective"
15:00 - 15.45: Cristina Mihes, Senior Specialist on Social Dialogue and Labour Law in the ILO Decent Work Team and Country Office for Central and Eastern Europe - Social Dialogue: Quo Vadis
15:45 -16.00 Coffee break
16:00 –18:00 Findings from “Review of Global Fund for Decent Work and Tripartite Dialogue” - Frank Runchel Partner Nordic Consulting Group
18:30 Departure by bus for Galeria Freta. There will be a historic introduction to Warsaw.
Freta is located in 39 Freta Street.
19:30 Joint dinner
Return to hotel on individual basis
Thursday 3 March 2016
09:00 – 09:45 Presentation on RBM concepts and DWTD reporting
Frank Runchel, NC10:15 -10:45
10:15 -10:45 Break
09:45 – 10:30 Project Achievements to be linked included in the final report
Group work – linking your good stories to the DWTD outcomes
One brief presentation from each table per Outcome Frank Runchel, Alex Stimpson, FMO
11:15 – 12:00 Results Reporting Alex Stimpson, FMO
Invitation for a bilateral and experience sharing workshop in Warsaw, 2-3 March 2016
- Registration form here
All projects (except in Croatia) came to close at the end of 2014. The Project Promoters have been asked to submit the Final Interim Report end of February 2015. Programme team is now busy in the process of assessing the Final Interim Reports.
The Programme has now reached the finalization stage.
On 25th of November 2014, a Closing Conference took place in Oslo. The Conference was exclusively for projects with Norwegian partnership. The programme and introductions made are attached here
Presentations of project results from the Closing Conference:
Social Dialogue and Tripartite Dialogue in the Local Government Sector
Decent work and dialogue - good practices exchange - GAVAS
Developing the dialogue structures in education sector
The world of bilateral agreements - Decent Work - Hungary
Collective bargaining in multinational firms - Solidarnosc
TRUST – TRansparency for sUSTainable social policy
Prevention of third party violence and promotion of a culture of social dialogue
Developing Employees Capacity through European and National level Trainings
Decent work as a key to company’s success
Romanian National Trade Union of Prison Workers
Pictures and Video from the Closing Clonference in Oslo 25th of November 2014
Read more about Decent Work here.
FINAL ALLOCATION OF GRANTS - Updated as per 29 October 2014
You can find the complete list for allocated grants here.
PROJECT PROFILES of each and every project by country are available here.