Review of national policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks, and practice

The ILO, being a specialized UN agency for the World of Work, leads the decent work pillar in PROSPECTS partnership. It has, thus, led the development of a baseline of relevant policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks and current practice providing access to refugees and other forcibly displaced persons to the labour markets, employment, livelihood and training opportunities, including self-employment and business development.

The baseline is being conducted all eight PROSPECTS intervention countries-Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq. They provide an understanding of the status of policy frameworks, practice on the ground and reflects on the capacities of each government ministries and institutions, social partners, and non-government actors on their capacities to implement activities in the forced displacement context.

Review of national policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks, and practice in Iraq



Review of national policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks, and practice in Sudan