16 June 2021
On 16 June, join us to hear from domestic workers, employers, government representatives, and partners in Qatar what International Domestic Workers’ Day means to them and how we can work towards realizing decent work for all domestic workers.
12 June 2021
This Workers'Voices will focus on the role to be played by workers and their organizations to shape the recovery policies to build the world post covid.
8 June 2021
This session of the Workers'Voices focuses on obstacles and strategies to access to universal social protection to all.
6 - 10 June 2021
The training equips future trainers with knowledge in financial management topics so they can enhance the financial skills of young people and entrepreneurs, under an ILO initiative to improve livelihoods and self-employment of host communities and refugees in Iraq.
27 May 2021
Join a discussion with the partners involved in the pilot, and hear about the lessons and the replicability for other industries and countries.
ILO and Iraq’s Minister of Labour and Social Affairs discuss on-going collaboration under the Decent Work Country Programme
24 May 2021
The meeting focused on the development of a National Employment Policy to facilitate job creation, improve working conditions and promote social and economic development.
28 April 2021
The reports on the accreditation of private skills training providers and on testing and certification practices will contribute to strengthening the governance of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training system in the country.
28 April 2021
This virtual event will see a wide range of local and international experts discussing the importance of occupational safety and health (OSH) data collection and the lessons learned from the response to the COVID-19 pandemic to improve OSH in Qatar.
21 April 2021
Discussions highlighted experiences from the region and opportunities to promote decent work, social protection, skills development and the employment of women through public employment programmes.
15 April 2021
A virtual open dialogue session with the Islamic Development Bank will address bridging labour market skills gaps and addressing labor market fragilities and structural inequalities.