The Algerian government has signed bilateral agreements with certain countries and therefore some nationalities can access the Algerian labour market. Bilateral agreements regarding labour migration include the Agreement on cooperation in the field of labour and use of human resources signed between Algeria and Libya (1987), and the Protocol on labour with Jordan (2004), among others. International agreements regarding labour migration include the 1990 Convention on the Protection of all Migrant Workers and Members of their family, and several International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions.
The National Employment Agency (ANEM) organizes and provides situational awareness and market development of national employment and labor and ensures efficient and personalized recruitment services to every applicant and company.
The National Youth Employment Support Agency (ANSEJ) supports youth employment and aims to encourage the creation and expansion of production activities of goods and services by young entrepreneurs through its micro enterprise programme.
- Asylum Seekers
- Migrant Workers
- Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Survivors
- Special Needs
- Unaccompanied Minors
- Undocumented Migrants
- UNHCR Appointment Slip holders
- UNHCR Closed Files
- Victims of Trafficking
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