This manual addresses Gender Equality in Iraqi Labor Law No. 37 of 2015, and the Iraqi Employment Policy. It offers guidance on the concepts of gender inequality and discrimination, protection of motherhood and sexual harassment in the provisions of the Iraqi Labor Law, and international labor obligations and best practices for gender equality. With a total of ten sections, the manual offers facts and examples of gender equality and inequality, data from Iraq and remedies available to victims of gender-based violence, and recommendations to advance the work environment for women and all employees.
Issued by PartnersIraq, the manual was developed in collaboration with the Iraqi Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, the Iraqi Bar and local experts. It was made possible with the support of Global Affairs Canada under project name Women Empowerment in the Workplace (WEW).Gender_Equality_in_Labor_Law_and_Labor_Policies_Eng
Today, levels of violence and political instability reach all corners of the world. We are collectively alarmed by the vitriol and deepening polarization in our societies. Our original commitment to create safe spaces where true discussion and differences of opinions emerge remains critical now more than ever.
The world needs more integration for peace, democracy and development. At PartnersGlobal, that’s what we do. Learn more about the organization in this one-pager.
In 2018, PartnersGlobal in collaboration with Partners West Africa Senegal (PWA-S), La Plateforme des Femmes pour la Paix en Casamance (PFPC), and Tostan under the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Bureau of Conflict Management and Mitigation’s
(CMM) two-year funded grant initiated the project Engaging Civil Society for Peace in the Casamance, also known as the Unaam Kayraay in the countries of Senegal (the Casamance region), The Gambia, and Guinea-Bissau. This report highlights the project’s approach and achievements.
To access the report in French, click here.
This audit includes the financial statements of PartnersGlobal for fiscal year 2018.
In a year where fractures and divisions seemed to widen, PartnersGlobal and the Partners Network stepped up to bring diverse groups together, safeguard the space for dialogue that is so pivotal to democracy and work toward a positive peace and development that is inclusive, rights-respecting and just.