The 46th session of the Arab Labor Congress opened on Sunday and will continue until 21 April in Cairo, with the participation of Morocco.
The Moroccan delegation taking part in this congress, which runs until April 21st, is led by the Minister of Labor and Occupational Integration, Mohamed Yatim. It also includes representatives of the administration, the employers’ professional organizations (Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Services and the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises) and the most representative trade union centers (Moroccan Labor Union, Democratic Confederation of Labor, General Union of Moroccan Workers and National Union of Labor in Morocco).
On the agenda of this session is a review of the report of the Director General of the Arab Labor Organization entitled “Labor relations and the requirements of sustainable development”.
According to the report, the majority of Arab countries have adopted plans and programs in line with the 2030 sustainable development plan, which requires serious and tireless work mobilizing all the resources of society.
The Congress will be marked by the appointment of a new Director General of the Arab Labor Organization and will examine the role of the blue economy in promoting employment and new technologies in the integration of people with disabilities. specific needs in the labor market.
Speaking in this context, the minister said that the dialogue with the social partners is among the priorities of the Moroccan government.
He also reported on the adoption of a major reform of the vocational training system, stating that this is the creation of a new generation of training centers, support for employment mediation, improving working conditions and supporting regions in setting up regional programs to promote employment.
He also indicated that the Government has launched consultations with private sector actors to establish a contractual framework between the State and the private sector to promote and promote access to employment for people in the labor market for specific needs.