Resources on Child Labour in Arab States

  1. ILO and RDPP launch a partnership to combat worst forms of child labour in Iraq

    28 July 2020

    The new partnership aims to tackle the worst forms of child labour amongst internally displaced persons, Syrian refugees and vulnerable host community members in Iraq.

  2. © UNICEF/IRAQ 2020

    Joint Statement by the ILO and UNICEF on World Day Against Child Labour in Iraq

    12 June 2020

  3. World Day Against Child Labour – responding to COVID-19 in the Arab States

    12 June 2020

    On the occasion of the World Day Against Child Labour, the ILO in the Arab States sheds light on key projects addressing child labour in the region, and measures taken in some countries to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  4. Decent Work Country Programme Iraq: Recovery and Reform (2019-2023)

    17 February 2020

  5. ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan - 2019 - A Year in Review

    23 December 2019

  6. Iraq and ILO pledge to further decent work in the country

    03 December 2019

    The International Labour Organization and tripartite partners sign the country’s first Decent Work Programme at a ceremony in Baghdad.

  7. Norway-ILO Cooperation in Jordan (2019)

    20 October 2019

    Norway is one of the founding member States of the ILO and is a long-standing and generous partner in promoting the Decent Work Agenda. In Jordan, Norway is supporting the ILO through a number of projects which aim to promote decent work for Jordanian and Syrian women and men in the kingdom.

  8. ILO to conduct workshop in Syria on child labour standard operating procedures

    The aim of the workshop is to reduce the worst forms of child labour the development of standard operating procedures (SOPs).

  9. ILO to conduct SCREAM module workshop in Syria

    The workshop aims to train attendees in implementing the SCREAM programme which works to defend children’s rights through education, art, and media.

  10. ILO trains Yemeni local actors and community leaders on the prevention of children’s recruitment in armed conflict.

    Under the CRUCSY programme, the workshop aims to educate and build the capacity of government officials, community leaders, civil society organisations, and enforcement agencies on methods to prevent the use of children in armed conflicts in Yemen.