Employment policy reforms in the Middle East and North Africa

The study outlines key labour market issues in the Middle East and North Africa and analyses the implications for employment policy and training systems and the role of the European Union and other donors in supporting reforms in the sector. The study focuses on five pilot countries: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia.
The study outlines key labour market issues in the Middle East and North Africa and analyses the implications for employment policy and training systems and the role of the European Union and other donors in supporting reforms in the sector. The study focuses on five pilot countries: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia.