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There are 9.2 million child labourers in the Middle East and North Africa, trapped by factors such as poverty, widespread adult unemployment and the poor quality of education leading to early dropouts. Most working children in the region are employed in agriculture and around 57 per cent of child labourers are employed in hazardous work.
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Score: 221001.6 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_229066/lang--en/index.htm
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These training programmes were designed in line with ILO guidelines on non-formal market-based skills training that aims to improve the quality and relevance of training. Providing skills training that is relevant to the needs of the labour market is an important step for improving the way in which non-formal skills training is run in Lebanon.
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Score: 247034.35 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_779048/lang--en/index.htm
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Behind this worsening figure, the report shows persistent unemployment, a proliferation of temporary jobs and growing youth discouragement in advanced economies; and poor quality, informal, subsistence jobs in developing countries. (...) Informal, poorly paid and unemployed: The reality of work for most youth in developing countries School-to-work transition surveys of developing countries show that youth are far more likely to land low quality jobs in the informal economy than jobs paying decent wages and offering benefits.
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Score: 347150.93 - https://www.ilo.org/global/res.../youth/2013/lang--vi/index.htm
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The ILO has been internationally and locally advocating not only for creating more jobs for those affected by the crisis, but increasingly for improving the quality of these jobs. “Without decent jobs, the chances to move from fragility to peace and resilience are modest, because decent work serves as an important bridge between the humanitarian and developmental dimensions of the response,” Jaradat said.
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Score: 221001.6 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_549915/lang--en/index.htm
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It then discusses employment results for selected countries with respect to deployment trends, policy contexts and pandemic impacts, with an eye to job quality as well as job numbers. It explores job quality and related issues in the upstream and downstream segments of the renewable energy supply chain.
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Score: 358270.75 - https://www.ilo.org/global/pub...WCMS_856649/lang--pt/index.htm
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The training courses, which are currently being held in the cities of Amman, Irbid, Mafraq and Zarqa, culminate in a test conducted by the Jordan Centre of Accreditation and Quality Assurance. NET trainer, Zyad Haymoor, said the one-month training course, which also includes a practical on-the-job module, covers areas that workers lack knowledge in, such as occupational health and safety issues, as well as designing architectural and technical plans.
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Score: 215328.7 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_536382/lang--en/index.htm
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Temporary, reactive or narrowly targeted social assistance programmes will not be sufficient to compensate losses across society. While the situation is desperate, it is critical to realise that for Lebanon to fly off another cliff now, without first putting in place an inclusive system of social guarantees, would be to inflict a social catastrophe on the country’s most vulnerable people, sacrificing their wellbeing, and that of the country as a whole, for many years to come.
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Score: 319239.16 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_783117/lang--en/index.htm
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ILO supports Tunisia in its efforts to make quality employment the goal of economic growth A new report by the ILO’s International Institute for Labour Studies provides an in-depth analysis of Tunisia’s economy and labour market and calls for a series of measures to bolster the economy, create quality jobs, improve wages and promote equality and social protection. (...) The report by the ILO’s International Institute for Labour Studies provides an in-depth analysis of Tunisia’s economy and labour market and calls for a series of measures to bolster the economy, create quality jobs, improve wages and promote equality and social protection. (...) This entails addressing a number of structural weaknesses, including: A major deficit in quality job creation : The labour force had grown from less than 3 million in 1994 to around 4 million in 2010.
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Score: 415914.7 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_164543/lang--en/index.htm
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The seminar examines how governments, unions, and employers can work more effectively together in terms of funding legislation and policies to produce better quality apprenticeship programmes. “We need to better promote social dialogue between the employers, the workers’ unions and the government in order to allow the workers to become partners in economic policymaking,” said Lebanese union representative Adnan Daher. (...) “The Government has set up the “Centre for Accreditation and Quality Assurance’’ to monitor apprenticeships in both the private and public sectors. (...) In June 2012, tripartite constituents at the International Labour Conference’s committee on The Youth Employment Crisis: Time for Action, called on the ILO to engage in the promotion of quality apprenticeships, including in developing countries.
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Score: 361062.74 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_214428/lang--en/index.htm
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