Entitled “Toward Social Dialogue in the Arab Mediterranean Countries: Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon and Morocco”, this policy report led by the Lebanese American University (LAU) is the joint effort of the following SAHWA partners: LAU, Institut des Hautes Etudes de Management (HEM-CESEM), Centre de Recherche en Economie Appliquée pour le Développement (CREAD) and the American University in Cairo FORUM (AUC Forum)
This policy report addresses some of the issues of social and economic exclusion of youth from the spheres of industry and work across the Arab Mediterranean countries–with a focus on Morocco, Algeria, Egypt and Lebanon. The paper aims to promote policies of social dialogue that can improve the conditions for social cohesion at national levels. Given that a variety of research methodologies were used by each country–and with different conclusions drawn–the report provides recommendations that are specific to the national level.
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