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Latest developments: High-level session looks at Just Energy Transitions to accelerate achieving of the SDGs High-level meeting on the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions concludes with pledges of support and commitments for its implementation In case you missed the discussions on the Global Accelerator during the 77th Session of the UN General Assembly:  Partnering for Action: Implementation of the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions , watch it here Learn more about the Implementation Strategy of the Global Accelerator on Jobs and Social Protection for Just Transitions by selecting the relevant link under "Key resources". 
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(Closed Captions available) Learn more at: www.ilo.org/futureofwork Date issued: 06 September 2016 | Size/duration: 02:25 Tags: future of work Regions and countries covered: Global Tools This content is available in العربية español français Русский Türkçe A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Web page ILO portal on the Future of Work © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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During the side event, participants will address the following topics: The impact of the socio-economic crisis on refugees and host communities in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, and Iraq, and instruments and measures that were used to quickly adapt to unforeseen changes; The importance of both short and long term employment creation for resilience of individuals and host communities affected by forced displacement; The importance of linking young people with job opportunities, which means improving the linkages between the demand side (jobs, entrepreneurship opportunities) as well as the supply side of the labour market (market-relevant and accessible education, training, skills); Good practices and lessons learned from collaboration between humanitarian and development partners with a focus on innovative partnerships that bridge the humanitarian-development peace nexus; Impact of jobs creation programmes on social cohesion; Refugees and host countries experiences.
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“Then, I heard in my friends’ group about the training sessions available at the Safadi Foundation, and among them was plumbing. I preferred to learn that profession professionally, and that’s the reason I joined the Skill-Up project,” said Fcheich, who participated in competency-based training implemented in collaboration between the ILO and the Safadi Foundation, a Lebanese NGO that provides skills training.
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Press release | 23 December 2021 AMMAN (ILO News) – With the ILO’s support, a group of Arab journalists have been learning tricks of the trade from seasoned experts on how to cover labour market issues. (...) Another key aspect of the fellowship is facilitating South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC), which promotes ideas of peer learning and partnerships both regionally and globally. (...) On the other hand, we also learned from the journalists and from their views on decent work,” Amorim continued.
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Her work is part of a UK-funded ILO pilot initiative that gives Hannah and other women like her a chance to learn new skills and earn much-needed income to support their families. (...) The women will also take part in an ILO e-learning programme for Syrian refugees in Jordan that explains their rights and responsibilities under the country’s labour law.
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Lebanon launches “Code of Conduct” for on-the-job vocational training programmes The document, developed by the ILO and UNICEF in collaboration with Lebanon’s ministries of Labour and of Agriculture, provides guidance to employers engaged in workplace-based learning programmes that provide vocational education students with on-the-job training. Press release | 16 December 2020 BEIRUT (ILO News) - Under the patronage of Lebanon’s Minister of Labour Lamia Yammine, and in collaboration with the Minister of Agriculture Abbas Mortada, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) launched the “Code of Conduct for Employers Implementing Workplace-Based Learning Programmes” in Lebanon. The Code of Conduct provides guidance to employers engaged in workplace-based learning programmes – programmes that provide vocational education students with on-the-job training. The Code describes the standards employers should meet to provide trainees with a safe and protective learning environment that respects human and labour rights.
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