Arab Centre for Social Insurance, Khartoum
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1980, within the framework of Arab Labour Organization (ALO), and following on the recommendation made to establish the Centre during the 7th Session, Mar 1979, Khartoum (Sudan), at te Conference of Arab Ministers of Labour. Officially inaugurated 26 Dec 1981. Ceased activities end Dec 2003 due to financial difficulties; resumed activities 1 Aug 2004. Also referred to as Arab Insurance Institute.
Develop knowledge and abilities of workers in the field of social security and social insurance; spread insurance awareness among Arab governments and employers.Available with paid subscription only.
Enables Arab States to reach standardization of their social insurance systems and adopt a unified social insurance strategy; implements technical cooperation programmes and supervise agreements between ALO and third parties in this field; conducts and publishes studies and research; conducts surveys; conducts training courses for technical cadres; holds specialized seminars and meetings; designs training course programmes and educational material; carries out technical cooperation programmes adopted by ALO and the three production parties; cooperates with international academic centres and institutes concerned with social insurance systems.
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