Resources on Labour migration in Arab States
Arab Regional Network for Migrant Workers’ Rights
The ILO is hosting the second meeting of the Arab Regional Network for Migrant Workers’ Rights.
Judicial Training to Combat Forced Labour
The ILO hosts a two-day training programme for judiciary actors in Jordan on ways to effectively combat forced labour and human trafficking.
Jordan examines ways to improve work permits for migrant workers in the construction sector
20 May 2013
The ILO hosts a meeting of key stakeholders to improve regulation of work permits in Jordan’s construction sector
Protecting Migrant Workers’ Rights in Jordan
16 May 2013
The objective of this project is to improve the fundamental rights of workers in Jordan, particularly foreign migrant workers.
Work Permits and Qualifications in the Construction Sector in Jordan
A two-day consultative meeting of key stakeholders to discuss ways of improving work permits and qualifications for migrant workers in Jordan’s construction industry.
Arab Employment Forum
The Forum addresses the broad challenges and opportunities posed by the financial and economic crisis, providing a platform for senior policy-makers and high-level representatives of works and employers from across the Arab region
Tricked and Trapped: Human Trafficking in the Middle East
09 April 2013
This study sheds light on the situation of trafficked adult workers in the Middle East, both women and men. It analyses the complex processes by which vulnerable migrant workers are tricked and trapped into forced labour in various types of work in the region, and the constraints that prevent them from leaving.
Regional Tripartite Conference to Combat Human Trafficking
A two-day regional tripartite conference on ways to combat human trafficking in the Middle East and to present the findings of an ILO research project that maps human trafficking across the region.
08 April 2013
Identifying and Responding to Cases of Trafficking and Forced Labour
Jordanian law enforcement officials are attending a training programme organised by the ILO in Amman to better identify, investigate and respond to cases of forced labour and human trafficking.