Resources on Labour migration in Arab States

  1. Strategic Objectives for Decent Work Agenda

    01 February 2013

    The ILO Regional Office for Arab states works to foster social justice with decent work opportunities through sustainable enterprises, higher productivity and growth with equity.

  2. Information Guide for Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon

    21 December 2012

    The guide serves to improve the wellbeing of migrant domestic workers in Lebanon. It provides useful and important information before departure and after the workers arrive in Lebanon.

  3. Migrant workers in Jordan are making their voices heard

    12 December 2012

    As the world marks International Migrants Day on December 18, ILO News looks at the impact of legislation allowing migrant workers in Jordan to join trade unions.

  4. Questions and Answers on the report

    27 November 2012

  5. Brochure titled "A guide to programs and services for Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon

    27 November 2012

  6. Working with migrant domestic workers in Lebanon (1980-2012): A mapping of NGO services

    27 November 2012

  7. Social justice for a new Arab era: promoting jobs, protection and dialogue in a changing region

    05 November 2012

    Arab states must move towards an inclusive development model of higher productivity and, together with their citizens, forge a new social contract.

  8. Rethinking Economic Growth: Towards Productive and Inclusive Arab Societies

    30 October 2012

    The report examines Arab labour market trends and structures over the two decades leading up to the Arab Spring in 2011, offering insights into the underlying causes for the uprisings that have since spread from Tunisia across the Arab world.

  9. Fact Sheet No. I: Action Programme for Protecting the Rights of Women Migrant Domestic Workers (PROWD) in Lebanon 2011-2014

    22 October 2012

  10. Arab Empoyment Forum (Thematic Papers)

    19 October 2009

    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 workers and employers from across the Arab region.