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“With this National Action Plan in hand, Lebanon can develop a robust policy framework to protect its children from exploitation and to ensure that generations to come can enjoy a better life and the decent work they deserve.” The Plan is the culmination of over a decade of collaboration between the Government of Lebanon and the ILO ’s International Programme for the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) and builds on Lebanon’s 2005 National Strategy to Combat Child Labour.
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For more information, contact: Reem Aslan Chief Technical Advisor Decent Work for Women Programme International Labour Organization Email:aslan@ilo.org Tags: decent work, maternity protection, work life balance, social protection, social security, maternity benefits Regions and countries covered: Arab States, Jordan Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Projects Promoting Productive Employment and Decent Work for Women in Egypt, Jordan and the occupied Palestinian territory Re-valuing Women’s Employment: Implementing Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value in Jordan © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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This report emphasises the need for enhanced support for women and men with family responsibilities in Jordan, helping them improve work-life balance. News | 15 September 2021 When Hanaa got pregnant in the summer of 2019, she did not know she would lose her job. (...) The figures are likely to remain low unless better ways are introduced to support mothers and all women and men with family responsibilities, helping them improve work-life balance. * Abu Ghneim spoke on behalf of Hanaa at her request. For more information, contact: Reem Aslan Chief Technical Advisor Decent Work for Women Programme International Labour Organization Email:aslan@ilo.org Tags: decent work, maternity protection, work life balance, social protection, social security, maternity benefits Regions and countries covered: Arab States, Jordan Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Projects Re-valuing Women’s Employment: Implementing Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value in Jordan Promoting Productive Employment and Decent Work for Women in Egypt, Jordan and the occupied Palestinian territory © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Ms Rosemary OWENS (Australia)   [Appointed in 2010] Professor Emerita of Law, Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide; former Dame Roma Mitchell Professor of Law (2008–15); former Dean of Law (2007–11); Officer of the Order of Australia; Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law (and Director (2014–16)); former editor and currently member of the editorial board of the Australian Journal of Labour Law; member of the scientific and editorial board of the Révue de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale; member of the Australian Labour Law Association (and former member of its National Executive); International Reader for the Australian Research Council; Chairperson of the South Australian Government’s Ministerial Advisory Committee on Work–Life Balance (2010–13); Chairperson and member of the Board of Management of the Working Women’s Centre (SA) (1990–2014).
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But is this work a catalyst for female empowerment or a better life for women? With Better Work , a joint project of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) , we have a presence in more than 900 garment factories, employing one million workers across Cambodia, Vietnam, Lesotho, Nicaragua, Haiti, Jordan and Indonesia, with a programme in Bangladesh on the way.
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This ILO flagship report provides a global overview of the organization of social protection systems, their coverage and benefits, as well as public expenditures on social protection. The report follows a life-cycle approach, starting with social protection for children, followed by schemes for women and men in working age, and closing with pensions and other support for older persons.
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Ms Rosemary OWENS (Australia)   [Appointed in 2010] Professor Emerita of Law, Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide; former Dame Roma Mitchell Professor of Law (2008–15); former Dean of Law (2007–11); Officer of the Order of Australia; Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law (and Director (2014–16)); former editor and currently member of the editorial board of the Australian Journal of Labour Law; member of the scientific and editorial board of the Révue de droit comparé du travail et de la sécurité sociale; member of the Australian Labour Law Association (and former member of its National Executive); International Reader for the Australian Research Council; Chairperson of the South Australian Government’s Ministerial Advisory Committee on Work–Life Balance (2010–13); Chairperson and member of the Board of Management of the Working Women’s Centre (SA) (1990–2014).
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So too are psychosocial risks as workers deal with the pressures of modern working life, exacerbated in times of economic crisis. This complex situation has an adverse impact on human lives, healthcare costs and on economic performance.
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Depending on who you are and what you do, a ratification may have a more or less direct impact on your life, but it will certainly impact positively on society at large. (...) Whether you can choose the economic activity you will prepare for, whether you have a job, whether you enjoy income security, whether you feel fairly treated in the work you do, whether you have a voice at work – all these aspects of social justice, and many more, are embodied and brought to life in international labour standards. Every ratification represents a different set of commitments which your government undertakes in support of the social justice you should benefit from.
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