Labor Watch- A Position Paper recommended that the Article 4 of the Law on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities should be redrafted to ensure their effective application and the institutions should be obliged to provide a facilitating for the work and life of persons with disabilities.
Labor Watch- The Jordanian Labor Watch that related to Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies called for a local movement to demand of adoption the ILO convention on violence and Harassment of Men and Women in the Workplace, which is expected to be discussed next June at the ILO Governing Council meeting and subsequently to bind member states, including Jordan to commit the content of this convention.
With the participation of more than 70 participants representing many economic sectors, political parties, the House of Representatives, civil society organizations, experts and interested parties, the Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies held a workshop entitled “Tax Policies in Jordan: Problems and Solutions”.
The Jordanian Labour Watch launched a social media campaign called #من_حقي_أشتغل_بكرامة (which means #I_demand_working_with_dignity) aimed at raising awareness regarding labor rights in Jordan, which comes in a time the world celebrates the International Day for Decent Work.
The Phenix Centre for Economic and Informatics Studies released on Saturday a report on decent work in Jordan in partnership with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) highlighting how work conditions in the Kingdom are “still weak” despite the country’s agreement on implementing decent work standards. 
Labour Watch – In the context of its Jordan Labour Watch programme, the Phenix Center for Economic and Informatics Studies has issued a position paper on the occasion of the World Youth Day, celebrated yearly on August 12, examining the realities and challenges faced by youth in the country, as well as their dreams and expectations.

Study: Employment Trends in Jordan 2016

A study has found that job positions in administration and finance, as well as print media, accounted for most of the labor market demand in Jordan throughout 2016, and as much as 29.1% of job postings throughout the year, followed by jobs in education, at 22.1%, and technical and manual professions, at 12.9%.
PhenixCenter for Economic and Informatics Studies and CEE Bankwatch Network held aworkshop last week to introduce Multilateral Development Banks (MDB) andopportunities of Jordanian civil society organizations to influence itspolicies and investments.

890 labor protests registered last year

A study on the quality of elementary education in the Kingdom’s schools recommended conducting interviews with university graduates before appointing them as teachers.