Good Practice

Strengthening industrial relations and labor law compliance in Morocco - Final Evaluation

Good Practice Description

From a perspective of sustainability, the trainers' networks and the tools left by the project are very interesting outputs. In addition, the inspectors' procedures manual has already proved replicable, as it is currently being used in 18 francophone countries and it is being adapted for use in Jordan.
The evaluations and knowledge tests administered at each workshop provided a continuous quality check at minimal cost.
The participative approach has led to a strong appropriation of the project by its stakeholders, which had a positive impact on their collaboration.
The training of young unionists was relevant for two reasons: it helped to rejuvenate the graying labor unions, and is an investment in the industrial relations of the future: in ten years these people will have leading positions and will be able to capitalize on their tripartite experiences and networks.