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2020

Strengthened tripartite institutions and social dialogue processes for improved socioeconomic response to the impact of the COVID-19-pandemic that is line with international labour standards and human rights treaties

Palestine

Titre : Strengthened tripartite institutions and social dialogue processes for improved socioeconomic response to the impact of the COVID-19-pandemic that is line with international labour standards and human rights treaties

Pays : Palestine

Identifiant : PSE/20/01/RBS

Date/Durée : Start date : December 1, 2020 // End date : December 31, 2022

Résumé
This RBSA-funded intervention focuses on improving working conditions and tripartite relations in the Occupied Palestinian Territories in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. It supports effective and inclusive national social dialogue that brings together independent, strong and representative employers’ and workers’ organizations with the government. The purpose is to strengthen consensus-based policy-making processes for socio-economic recovery that will increase employment and income prospects, especially for young people and women. The intervention is implemented in close partnership with the Ministry of Labour (MoL), Palestinian General Federation of Trade Unions (PGFTU), and the Palestinian Federation of Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (PFCCIA). The ILO supports the institutionalization and functioning of the National Tripartite Labour Policies Committee (NTLPC) for the formulation and implementation of gender-responsive tripartite agreements on key labour market issues, benefiting from knowledge sharing on good practices in countries with similar context. The ILO also supports the establishment of social dialogue mechanisms to strengthen bi-partite relations in sectors most affected by the crisis, with priority focus on sectors where women are employed in large numbers. Other areas of the ILO action include awareness raising and promotion of workplace safety, prevention and mitigation measures against COVID-19.

Partenaire (s) : Core voluntary funds (RBSA)

Total alloué : $ 600,000

Présentation (OIT)

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