The 48th session of the Arab Labor Conference will take place in Cairo, Egypt, from September 18 to 25, and is being attended by a tripartite delegation from Morocco led by Younes Sekkouri, Minister of Economic Inclusion.
The delegation consists of officials from the government, professional employers’ organizations, and the union centers with the highest representation.
More than 500 representatives from 20 member states will attend the current session, which will be presided over by the Kingdom of Morocco, (ministers of labor, heads of labor unions, and general secretaries of Arab trade union centers).
This session’s agenda covers a number of topics relating to the pressing issues facing the Arab labor market in the post-Covid-19 phase, particularly the significance of the Arab Labor Organization supporting Arab efforts to achieve a swift and thorough economic recovery in the post-pandemic stage.
Aspects like entrepreneurship, employability, artificial intelligence, new job models, digitalization, and social protection system governance will also be highlighted at the conference.
The statement stated that Arab pioneers in the workplace will be acknowledged at the Arab Labor Organization’s initiative in recognition of their significant achievements at the national and international levels.