Labor Watch- The Jordanian Labor Watch of the Economic and Informatics Studies Center expressed its contempt for the amendments made by the House of Representatives, encouraged by the government in its session held on Sunday about the articles of the fundamental rights of workers, and explained that they are unconstitutional. The Labor Watch considered that
The report recommended the enactment of a law to regulate trade union work in the Kingdom, including workers in the private and public sectors, in accordance with the provisions of the new Jordanian constitution for 2011, and the decision of the Constitutional Court No. 6 of 2003 and based on the texts of international treaties
The Phenix Center for Economic Studies and the Business & Human Rights Resource Center held a workshop last Monday on the respect of human rights standards, especially the labor standards in the construction sector in Jordan and Lebanon. During the workshop, several presentations were presented, including the criteria used to protect the rights of workers
At the Third Social Protection Forum, the participants emphasized the weakness of the health care system in Jordan and the need for a series of structural administrative procedures to improve its efficiency. This came during the third Social Protection forum, which focused on the health care system, held by the Phenix Center for Economic and
A position paper issued by the Jordan Labor Watch of the Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies recommended the need to review the economic policies implemented in Jordan over the past decades and still being applied, which led to an increase in poverty rates. The paper issued by the Labor Watch on the occasion
The Jordanian Labor Watch of the Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies incorporation with the German Friedrich Ebert Foundation issued a position paper on the occasion of the World Day for Decent Work, which is observed on 7 October each year. The paper called to review the tax policies that expanded in the indirect
Labor Watch – The Labor Watch warned of the continued high unemployment rates among Jordanian youth, which are one of the highest rates in the world. This was stated in a position paper issued by the Jordanian Labor Watch of the Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies on the occasion of World Youth Day,
The Forum for Social Protection, which was held under the patronage of the Minister of Social Development, Mrs. Hala Latouf, recommended the need to develop appropriate social protection systems and an efficient social safety net that enhancing human capital and productivity, reducing disparities, enhancing prosperity and response to shocks. The Forum which was organized in

Report: 20% drop in labor protests

The Jordan Labour Watch (JLW) has said that the decrease in the number of labour protests staged across the country during 2017 is not an indicator of improvement in work conditions but was the result of pressure exercised by government and employers. In a report it released on Wednesday, JLW said the country saw a
Jordan Labor Watch – Jordan Labor Watch, a subsidiary of the Phoenix Centre for Economic and Informatics Studies, launched on Sunday the “Towards a Fair Labor Law” campaign aimed at lobbying for proposals recently submitted by the Labor Watch to amend some articles of the Labor Law which are currently being discussed before the Parliamentary