|Overall project value (EUR)|
|€ 99 972|
|Origin of funding|
|Proportion carried out by legal entity|
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Detailed description of project Back
In order to ensure compliance with international labour standards, the provisions of international conventions and the new constitutional principles, Morocco committed to implement the necessary reforms in various socio-economic areas, deepening its process of convergence towards the Acquis of the EU. In this context, as stressed in the Action plan Morocco-EU, updating the labour legislation is fundamental.
However, and particularly since the entry into force of the Labour Code, Morocco has ratified new conventions. Also, the standard-setting policy of the International Labour Office (ILO) has undergone new developments, characterised by the adoption of new standards, but especially by the priority given to the promotion of basic rights and decent work.
Therefore the question arises whether the national legal system is still in step with these changes. To answer this question, it is considered appropriate to assess the degree of legal convergence between the existing Labour Code (and its implementation rules) in Morocco, and the requirements of the Acquis Communautaire and European best practices (legal solutions adopted at the level of Member States having a legal and institutional framework similar to the one of Morocco).
In this context, this project intends to contribute to the design and the implementation of reforms identified by the stakeholders and the administration, as well as to propose legal solutions, adaptable to the specific context of the country, that have had a positive impact on the labour market in the EU.
Type of services provided
Services are provided by a team of 2 experts:
Core services include: