At least half a century ago, there have been significant transformations in the world at the technological, economic and social levels.
It was laden with significant negative and positive repercussions on the way of life in general and on the working relationships within countries and on the economic and trade relations between countries. While people especially in industrialized and wealthy countries have benefited from technological progress and the emergence of societies,
Based on this diagnosis, this paper attempts to shed light on these transformations and monitor the implications of labor market transformations on the rights of working women, then set recommendations to review the effects of these transformations directed at unions, governments and civil society organizations

Southern Neighbourhood
Women's rights