Cairo, May 22 (BNA): Minister of Labor and Chairman of the Labor Market Regulatory Authority, Jamil bin Muhammad Ali Humaidan, headed the Kingdom’s delegation to the 49th Arab Labor Conference held here on May 22-29. Under the auspices of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
The meeting was attended by Arab labor ministers, heads of labor organizations, representatives of trade unions, and Bahrain’s ambassador to Egypt, Fawzia bint Abdullah Zainal.
The Kingdom’s delegation also included the President of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Samir Abdullah Nass, in addition to representatives of the Free Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions headed by the Chairman of the Executive Council, Yaqoub Yusuf Muhammad, and the General Federation. The Bahrain Trade Unions (GFBTU) is led by the Deputy Secretary-General, Hassan Abdullah Al-Halouji.
The report of the Arab Labor Organization on social dialogue, the future of social insurance, and vocational and technical education policies in light of recent technological developments tops the agenda of the 49th Arab Labor Conference.
On this occasion, the Minister of Labor explained that the Kingdom is participating in the conference out of its constant desire to promote joint Arab action, contribute to the development of general policies of the ALO, and exchange expertise and experiences with ALO member states in creating job opportunities and developing human resources. .
He stressed that employing young people and integrating them into the labor market is necessary for the stability and development of Bahraini societies.
Minister Humaidan praised the conference’s interest in developing tripartite social dialogue between the productive parties, given its importance in improving the work environment in Arab countries.
Heh stressed that Bahrain has made great strides in providing the elements of a decent work environment that stimulates production, growth and creates more job opportunities.