Publications

2022

  1. Project “EU-ILO Collaboration in the Monitoring of Labour Aspects in the Implementation of the EU RoO Initiative for Jordan - Phase II”-Outcome 2

    29 November 2022

    Highlights and insights - November 2022

  2. Improving Workers' Data Rights

    28 November 2022

    The brief on Improving Workers’ Data Rights covers how workers’ data is collected and used in the context of changing workplace management practises and oversight instruments. It provides important recommendations for trade unions on opportunities and challenges towards collective action on safeguarding workers’ rights throughout the data lifecycle.

  3. Responsible Tech

    28 November 2022

    The brief on Responsible Tech focuses on the responsible usage of information technologies that trade unions should be considering in their own internal operations. It follows the recommendations made during the first two briefs by providing guidance on how trade unions can ask the right questions in terms of the usage of new technologies by its staff and members, data protection of trade union data, cybersecurity as well as exploring options to utilising responsible software to ensure the privacy and rights of its staff and members.

  4. Sustainable Algorithmic Systems

    28 November 2022

    The brief on Sustainable Algorithmic Systems provides an overview for trade unions how algorithmic systems are utilised in workplaces. It further discusses the degree of changes to management practices due to the increased levels of algorithmic decision making, its impacts on workers and provides pertinent recommendations to workers’ organisations on how to counter potential threats to workers’ wellbeing, working conditions and wages caused by the deployment of unregulated algorithmic systems.

  5. The ILO in collaboration with UNICEF has taken the initiative to introduce the work-based learning (WBL) system into vocational and technical training programmes in Lebanon

    25 November 2022

    Practitioners play a crucial role in designing, implementing and monitoring WBL programmes. This manual is designed for TVET administrators, coordinators and instructors, as well as for master craft persons. It gives a step-by-step overview on planning, developing, organizing and delivering WBL programmes.

  6. Expanding coverage or reducing protection? Considerations on Voluntary Savings Schemes in Jordan’s social protection system

    25 November 2022

    In this note the International Labour Organization (ILO) and Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO) reflect on a recent proposal by the World Bank to introduce a voluntary savings scheme (VSS) in Jordan with the objective to expand social protection coverage to informal workers.

  7. Provisional Meeting Ar New document

    21 November 2022

  8. Towards a referral network for training and post-training support services: A mapping of training and post training service providers.

    19 November 2022

  9. Report Summary: Workers with Disabilities in Jordan’s Garment Sector

    15 November 2022

    The present study is an assessment of the realities faced by workers with disability in Jordan’s garment factories, from a sample of nine main factories and three satellite factories in the country’s garment sector (12 factories total) within three industrial zones located in Ad-Dulayl, Sahab, and Irbid.

  10. Workers with Disabilities in Jordan’s Garment Sector

    15 November 2022

    The present study is an assessment of the realities faced by workers with disability in Jordan’s garment factories, from a sample of nine main factories and three satellite factories in the country’s garment sector (12 factories total) within three industrial zones located in Ad-Dulayl, Sahab, and Irbid.