[Virtual Workshop] Djibouti’s and Palestinian Territories’ Monitoring of Social Programs
Feb 27, 2013 / Highlight
In order to ensure a constant follow-up to the face-to-face trainings and knowledge activities provided within the community of practice on employment and social safety nets, the World Bank organized a set of virtual workshops. The following workshop focused on the monitoring of social programs.
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Open Government Initiative
Feb 20, 2013 / Program
The World Bank.
Droit et Justice (Moroccan Non-Governmental Organization); Lebanese Organization for Studies and Training; Justice Center for Legal Aid (Jordan); Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA); European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ); Open Society Institute; UK Consultation Institute;...
Community of Practice Launching Forum
Jan 16, 2013 / Highlight
The World Bank launched the Community of Practice (COP) and Social Safety Nets (SSN) program by organizing a launching forum in the Turkish capital Istanbul aiming to expose countries from the Middle East and North Africa region to experiences of other countries in the same field.
During the forum, participants were exposed to...
Rencontres Valmer event, "Employment and Social Protection in the MENA region: Paving the way for a new social contract"
Jan 10, 2013 / Highlight
Unlocking the potential for job creation and renewing the social contract are challenges the MENA region is currently facing. Virtually every country suffers from high unemployment, which mostly affects the young, the educated and women. The revolutions across the region were a reminder that employment is more than simply a job, it represents...
Employment and Social Protection
Jan 08, 2013 / Program
French Development Agency (AFD), The World Bank.
International Labor Organization (ILO) and European Training Foundation (ETF), an agency of the European Union.
Low job creation in MENA and high unemployment rates for young, women and graduates.
Mismatch between labor market needs and skills as developed...