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The Minimum wages | Ahmad Awad – Jordan TV

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Labor Protests in Jordan 2021

  Labor Protests In Jordan 2021

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Unemployment… and the Economic Modernisation Vision | Ahmad Awad – France 24

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The Labor Watch Demands to Applicate the Child Labor Prohibition Laws | Ahmad Awad – Roya

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Unemployment figures… What’s next? (2) Ahmad Awad – Al-Haqeqa Al-Dawlia

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Unemployment figures… What’s next? (1) | Ahmad Awad – Al-Haqeqa Al-Dawlia

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The reality of employment in Jordan after Covid-19| Ahmed Awad – Al Hurra channel

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Jordan Labor Watch: The occupational health and safety structures in Jordan is full of gaps

A position paper issued by the Jordan Labour Watch (JLW) has illustrated that there are still many gaps in occupational health and safety in Jordan. The paper, issued by JLW (affiliated with Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies) in cooperation with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung on the occasion of the Workers’ Memorial Day, which is annually celebrated on April 28, called for ...

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Labor protests increased in Jordan by 55% in 2021

The number of protests held by workers in Jordan in 2021 increased by 55% compared to 2020, increasing from 145 protests to 225. The Labor Protest Report, issued annually within Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies’ Jordan Labor Watch program, indicates that this sharp increase is primarily due to the continuing decline of decent working conditions in Jordan post-COVID. ...

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Experts recommend reducing the caregiving burden on women to increase their economic participation

At a dialogue session held by Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies,  in partnership with CARE World in Jordan and supported by the National Post Code Lottery Foundation, entitled “Women Working from Home: Remote Education, Unpaid Care and the Psychological Fatigue of Working Women during the Coronavirus Pandemic”, civil society experts recommended that working women should be supported and ...

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