Events

August 2013

  1. Labour Inspectors train to identify Gender-Based Discrimination

    15 August 2013

    The ILO is training Ministry of Labour inspectors how to better identify and assess gender-based discrimination in the workplace.

July 2013

  1. Evaluation of pilot activities of National Framework to Combat Child Labour

    5 - 6 July 2013

    A meeting to review the progress in the pilot implementation of the National Framework to Combat Child Labour (NFCL) in Zarqa, Mafraq and Amman Governorates

  2. Technical Meeting on labour law amendments relevant to pay equity and child labour

    3 - 5 July 2013

    To discuss possible amendments to the present Labour Law No. 8 of 1996 and its related Interim Act no. 26 of 2010 to be presented to the Government in August 2013.

  3. Drafting a manual on Youth Rights at Work in Jordan

    2 July 2013

    The ILO will bring together representatives from the government, trade unions, chambers of industry and commerce, employers and youth organizations to discuss the drafting of the Jordanian "Youth Rights at Work" manual.

  4. Arab Regional Network for Migrant Workers’ Rights

    2 - 3 July 2013

    The ILO is hosting the second meeting of the Arab Regional Network for Migrant Workers’ Rights.

June 2013

  1. Employment Services for Palestinian Refugees in South Lebanon

    27 June 2013

    The ILO hosts a workshop on the right to work and social protection for Palestinians in Lebanon.

  2. Developing trade union policy on migrant workers

    24 June 2013

    The ILO is hosting a one-day roundtable discussion on a construction union policy that focuses on representation of migrant workers

  3. Regional Training of Facilitators on ILO Participatory Gender Audits

    23 - 27 June 2013

    A regional training session on ILO Participatory Gender Audits for twenty facilitators from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, the occupied Palestinian territory, Tunis and Yemen.

  4. Judicial Training to Combat Forced Labour

    12 - 13 June 2013

    The ILO hosts a two-day training programme for judiciary actors in Jordan on ways to effectively combat forced labour and human trafficking.

  5. SORAL to Adopt Code of Conduct for Recruiting Migrant Domestic Workers

    6 June 2013

    The Syndicate of Owners of Recruitment Agencies in Lebanon (SORAL) announces the adoption of a Code of Conduct and Monitoring Mechanism for the recruitment of migrant domestic workers