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“With funding by Germany through the German Development Bank KfW, this project was able to re-establish a suitable work environment for the police office of Beirut to allow them to resume their responsibilities and to optimize their working conditions in an already very difficult working and living environment,” said Ambassador of Germany Andreas Kindl. (...) Tags: decent work, labour intensive employment, employment creation, working conditions, work environment, economic reconstruction, local economic development, human security, socioeconomic security, vulnerable groups, safety management, rehabilitation Regions and countries covered: Lebanon Tools This content is available in العربية Deutsch español français A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Key resources Employment Intensive Infrastructure Programme in Lebanon (EIIP) See also Video ILO supports Beirut explosion clearing efforts through decent job creation News ILO and German officials meet Beirut blast clear-up workers © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 150573.45 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_842463/lang--en/index.htm
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The ILO project Enabling Job Resilience and Protecting Decent Work Conditions in Rural Communities Affected by the Syrian refugees Crisis in Northern Lebanon investigates the causes of the farmers’ difficulties – and implements solutions needed. (...) Tags: rural development, agriculture, armed conflict, refugees, natural disasters Regions and countries covered: Syrian Arab Republic, Lebanon Tools This content is available in العربية español français A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Project Enabling Job Resilience and Protecting Decent Work Conditions in Rural Communities Affected by the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Northern Lebanon © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Norway funds ILO project to improve working conditions for women in Jordan Norwegian-funded project seeks to empower women working in private companies and private schools to negotiate for better working conditions in terms of fairer remuneration; human resource policies and child care facilities. Press release | 14 December 2015 Amman, Jordan (ILO News) - The ILO has launched a new Norwegian-funded project that aims to improve working conditions for women in Jordan’s private sector by strengthening their negotiation skills to help them secure pay equity and childcare.   (...)   " The project will build on the long-standing efforts of the ILO and its partners to promote fair working conditions for women, including better wages and access to day care, which will eventually lead to increased participation of women in the labour market,’’ said Emanuela Pozzan , ILO Senior Specialist on Gender Equality .
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International Women’s Day ILO: Women still less likely to be active in the labour market than men in most of the world Despite notable progress over the past 20 years, updated ILO figures show persistent inequalities between women and men on access to the labour market, unemployment and conditions at work. News | 08 March 2018 © S. Samanian / ABADE Programme GENEVA (ILO News) – Women are less likely to participate in the labour market than men and are more likely to be unemployed in most parts of the world, says a new study by the International Labour Organization (ILO) released on the eve of International Women’s Day (marked on 8 March.) (...) This means that they contribute to a market-oriented family business, but are often subject to vulnerable conditions of employment without written contracts, respect for labour legislation and collective agreements. (...) Further information Event Rural Women at Work: Bridging the gaps Tags: employment, labour market, unemployment, women workers, working conditions, discrimination, gender equality Tools This content is available in العربية Deutsch español français italiano Nederlands português Русский 中文 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Report World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends for Women 2018 – Global snapshot Club Med UK International Women's Day 2018 See also Statement Change is necessary for rural women Web page ILO topic portal on Gender Equality © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 176754.93 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_619119/lang--en/index.htm
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Adoption on 16 June of a sweeping set of standards aimed at improving the working conditions of tens of millions of domestic workers worldwide, Convention No. 189 on “ Decent Work for Domestic Workers ”, and a supporting Recommendation No. 201.
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The event will also be an opportunity to discuss the findings of a recently launched report which analyses the impact of changes in work permit regulations on decent working conditions for Syrian refugees employed in Jordan. The report, conducted by the ILO and FAFO, investigates how work permits affect the employment of Syrian workers and analyses gender-specific outcomes. 
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Contains 『World social protection report(世界社会的保護報告)』2014/15年版概要日本語訳 Executive summary of the World Social Protection Report 2014/15: Building economic recovery, inclusive development and social justice Resumen del informe mundial sobre la protección social, 2014-2015: Hacia la recuperación económica, el desarrollo inclusivo y la justicia social Résumé du rapport sur la protection sociale dans le monde 2014/15: Vers la reprise économique, le développement inclusif et la justice sociale Zusammenfassung: Weltbericht zur sozialen Sicherung 2014/15 Schlüssel zu wirtschaftlicher Erholung, inklusiver Entwicklung und sozialer Gerechtigkeit Sumário Executivo- Relatório Mundial sobre Protecção Social 2014-2015 Construindo a recuperação económica, o desenvolvimento inclusivo e a justiça social ملخص تنفيذي التقرير العالمي للحماية الاجتماعية للفترة 2014/2015: إرساء الانتعاش الاقتصادي والتنمية الشاملة والعدالة الاجتماعية 摘要 2014/15 年度全球社会保护报告: 促进经济复苏、包容性发展和社会正义 Доклад о социальной защите в мире 2014/15: Обеспечить экономическое восстановление, инклюзивное развитие и социальную справедливость Tags: future of work, working conditions, social protection, social security, social security policy, occupational safety and health, research Tools This content is available in español فارسی Русский A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Dilek Mermer / Anadolu Agency World Social Protection Report 2014-15 World Social Protection Report 2014-15 See also Web page ILO topic portal on Social Protection © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 122668.43 - https://www.ilo.org/global/res...WCMS_245201/lang--en/index.htm
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Fatima is one of thousands of Syrians and Jordanians benefitting from an EU-Jordan trade scheme that relaxes “rules of origin” applied to Jordanian manufacturing goods 1 , allowing Jordanian companies easier access to the EU market, on condition that their production lines that produce goods for export to the EU contain a certain percentage of Syrian refugee workers.
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