Publications

2022

  1. Improved Access to Employment Opportunities for Lebanese and Refugee Graduates from Skills Training Project Tracer Study of Graduates

    26 May 2022

    AICS-SUPPORTED SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAMMES

  2. Estidama++ Fund factsheet

    24 May 2022

    Extension of Coverage and Formalization

  3. A glimmer of Hope amidst the Pain

    23 May 2022

    Voices of older people on social protection and the need for a social pension in Lebanon

  4. Partnership for improving prospects for forcibly displaced persons and host communities - Jordan, Lebanon, Iraq

    23 May 2022

    In this second edition of the ILO PROSPECTS Arab States brochure, the ILO presents some of its latest work under the programme.

  5. What is the procedure to change jobs in Qatar?

    12 May 2022

    All workers in Qatar are able to change employers without having to first obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC). This flowchart explains the steps to follow when changing jobs.

  6. Changing jobs in Qatar - Key information for workers

    12 May 2022

    All workers in Qatar can change jobs without having to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) anytime during their contract period. These FAQs provide helpful information for workers regarding the procedures to change employers.

  7. Labour mobility in Qatar - Key information for employers

    12 May 2022

    All workers in Qatar can change jobs without having to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) anytime during their contract period. This document provides helpful information for employers on the new changes.

  8. Lebanon Follow-up Labour Force Survey – January 2022: Factsheet

    12 May 2022

  9. Gender Equality and Decent Work in Jordan 2022

    29 April 2022

  10. Understanding patterns of structural discrimination of migrant and other workers in some countries of South and West Asia

    19 April 2022

    This background paper reviews the literature that sheds light on the structural patterns of discrimination against migrant workers in some countries of South and West Asia. It also articulates recommendations that would help officials in UN agencies, international organizations, constituents and other civil society individuals and groups, while referring to the existing evidence of structural discrimination to support the application of international labour standards.