African Regional Labour Administration Centre, Yaoundé
Centre régional africain d'administration du travail, Yaoundé (CRADAT)
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Established 1965, for the French-speaking countries, as Centre de perfectionnement des cadres de l'administration du travail (CPCAT), the other two centres being U-XE3208 - Regional Arab Centre for Labour Administration (RACLA) and E-XE3207 - African Regional Labour Administration Centre, Harare (ARLAC). Present name adopted in 1969. Since 1972 located on the campus of Yaoundé (Cameroon) University. Set up as a regional intergovernmental body by a convention signed by 13 countries, 8 Jan 1975, Yaoundé.
Ensure the training, specialization and improvement of: the managerial staff of the civil service and of government services in the fields of labour, professional training, health at work, child labour and human resources; union executives and of company managers; those responsible of professional organizations in member countries, dealing with labour and social issues. Intensify mutual technical cooperation.
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