Strong Labour Market Institutions

The 2019 FES/ITUC Policy Research Fellow finds World Bank and IMF lending fails to adequately support UN goals on decent work and equity.

Since the 2030 Agenda was adopted in 2015, many countries have accepted the loans and conditions of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. According to author Muttaqa Yusha’u Abdulra’uf, who examined lending operations for 2016-2019 in both institutions, the way forward is through increased access to labor markets for all categories of workers and the establishment of universal social protection floors.


Strong labor market institutions

Abdulraʿuf, Muttaqa Yushaʿu

Strong labor market institutions

For decent work and greater inclusion
NewYork, 2020

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