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Labour Law Review in the Gambia

In 2001, the Government of the Gambia asked the International Labour Office to provide technical assistance to review their Labour Act.  Although the Act was only a decade old, indications were that it was not entirely well suited to the employment enjoyed by most Gambians in the twenty-first century.  Based on concern for coming up with appropriate solutions, a small project was put in motion, aimed at identifying the perceived problem areas suggesting ideas for possible solutions in an assessment document, supporting stakeholder consultations on the ideas, and then supporting drafting, prior to turning over a technical memorandum document to the Gambian officials for consideration.  The project was undertaken with professional human resources at the ILO's Multi-Disciplinary Team of the ILO for West Africa, in Dakar, Senegal and ILO Headquarters in Geneva.  David Tajgman provided the assessment and drafting services.

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