This paper addresses the recently amendments issued on the procedures of 2017 , which allows the practice of certain home-based professions, and their impact on Syrian women refugees’ economic participation and empowerment, the paper also discusses the summary of the development of these instructions, and how it affects Syrian refugees. It also clarifies the conditions of registration of such works and procedures, and the relevant challenges, in addition to discussing the general challenges and recommendations related thereto.
Through its programs and services, ARDD seeks to establish a democratic society in which everyone enjoys social, economic and political justice regardless of their situation and background, including Syrian refugees.
ARDD focuses its attention on the labor sector, especially with regard to the economic participation of refugee women, and therefore aims through its services, whether legal or other to promote women’s economic participation and support and strive to remove all challenges affecting the participation of refugee women in the labor market, and their economic participation as a whole.
As part of its endeavors, ARDD conducts studies and research, holds legal awareness workshops, legal counseling, support and advocate to improve women’s economic participation and create a safe environment free of gender discrimination. ARDD also present opinion paper on all initiatives and decisions that it considers affect women’s economic participation, whether positive or negative.