Qatar Elected As Member Of Arab Labour Organisation Board

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Doha, Qatar: During the Arab Labour Conference, Qatar was selected to join the Board of Directors of the Arab Labour Organisation.

This appointment is part of the governmental group, which also includes Egypt, Morocco, and Palestine. In the group representing workers, Algeria and Djibouti were elected as full members, while Saudi Arabia was chosen as a reserve member.

In the group of employers, the United Arab Emirates and Algeria were elected as full members, and Jordan as a reserve member. These memberships are set to span the period of 2023 to 2025.

Qatar, represented by the Ministry of Labour, participates in various committees within the main committees of the Arab Labour Conference, including the Committee on the Implementation of Conventions and Recommendations, the Technical Committee on the issuance of a normative tool on“new patterns of work”, the amendment of Convention No. 9 of 1977 regarding guidance and vocational training, and the Technical Committee on Education Policies Technical and vocational training in light of the digital transformation.

The Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry was also elected as a member of the Freedom of Association Committee and the Women's Committee. The conference was held in Egypt.


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