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  1. Enhancing NGO and Media Engagement in the Campaign for Migrant Domestic Workers

    19 June 2012

    In the context of the EU-funded project “Action Programme for Promoting the Rights of Women Migrant Domestic Workers/PROWD,” the International Labour Organization’s Regional Office for Arab States (ILO-ROAS) is convening a three-day workshopon enhancing NGO engagement in the campaign for migrant domestic workers rights.

  2. National Conference on Establishment of a Social Protection Floor in Jordan

    31 May 2012

    The International Labour Organization and the Social Security Corporation in Jordan organized in collaboration with UNICEF and WHO a national conference on the establishment of a social protection floor in Jordan on Tuesday May 29, 2012, in Amman.

  3. National Conference on Establishment of a Social Protection Floor in Jordan

    28 May 2012

    TA one-day tripartite national conference on the establishment of a social protection floor in Jordan will be organized jointly by the International Labour Organization and the Jordanian Social Security Corporation, in collaboration with UNICEF and WHO, on Tuesday May 29, 2012, at the Social Security Corporation premises (Amman, Mecca Street), with the objective to assist the Government of Jordan in the progressive extension of social protection measures through introducing the Social Protection Floor Initiative.

  4. Message by Juan Somavia Director-General of the ILO on the occasion of World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2012

    25 April 2012

    In his message for the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, celebrated 28 April of each year, the ILO Director General reiterated the need to focus on the promotion of safer and healthier workplaces in the transition to a greener economy.

  5. National Consultation on Youth Employment in Jordan

    20 April 2012

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) organized a national consultation on youth employment in Jordan on Thursday 19 April 2012, in a bid to map out current activities, and identify potential synergies.

  6. National Consultation on Youth Employment in Jordan

    18 April 2012

    The International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) will be organizing a national consultation on youth employment in Amman on Thursday 19 April 2012 at the ECOSOC premises (Shmeisani), in a bid to map out current activities, and identify potential synergies.

  7. Workshop on Developing Code of Conduct and Monitoring Mechanism for Syndicate of the Owners of the Workers Recruitment Agencies in Lebanon (SORAL)

    12 April 2012

    In the context of the EU-funded project "Promoting Rights of Women Domestic Workers/PROWD," the International Labour Organization Regional Office for Arab States (ILO-ROAS) is collaborating with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Syndicate of the Owners of Recruitment Agencies in Lebanon (SORAL) to convene a two-day workshop on the development of a code of conduct for SORAL on 11 & 12 April 2012 at Holiday Inn Hotel / Verdun.

  8. ILO Youth National Events

    30 March 2012

    The ILO organized a series of National Events on Youth Employment to hear young people's views on the alarming situation in youth employment. This collection of videos represents a selection of highlights from the 46 countries that held events in March and April 2012.

  9. Expert Meeting on Youth Employment in the Arab States

    13 March 2012

    A two-day expert meeting was jointly organized by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and Friedbrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) in Beirut on 12-13 March 2012 in order to take stock of the existing knowledge on youth employment, and to review practical solutions to the current deficits of decent work for youth in the MENA region.

  10. ILO Youth National Event: Beirut, Lebanon

    12 March 2012

    The ILO Regional Office for Arab States organized a National Event on Youth Employment to hear young people's views on the alarming situation in youth employment.