Labour migration

3 September 2019

Workshop on International Labour Migration Statistics in Africa

Workshop on International Labour Migration Statistics in Africa

15 July 2019

en TRADE UNION TRAINING ON LABOUR MIGRATION: “Mainstreaming ILS and SDGs in Trade Union Initiatives on Decent Work for Migrant Workers”

This blended trade-union training course aims to foster a better understanding of the challenges of global labour migration. It will help in shaping trade-union strategies and actions to address the decent work deficits faced by migrant workers and their families. The aim is to enable trade unions to effectively participate in developing pathways, policies, standards and programmes for fair and safe labour migration, influencing labour migration processes through tripartism and social dialogue, and the ratification and implementation of ILO labour migration standards (C97 and C143). Experts will provide input and lead the discussions and learning sessions on the relevant ILO conventions, the UN's Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration, and other international instruments that promote a rights-based approach to the governance of labour migration. Specialists and practitioners will share information, experience and good practices in providing critical services to migrant workers through union-managed migrant resource centres, harnessing inter-union partnerships and networks, organizing collective bargaining, and initiating bi-partite dialogue with employers' organizations and other stakeholders. This blended course includes a three-week, tutor-guided distance-learning component and a five-day face-to-face training course.

8 July 2019

en Academy on Labour Migration

Today there are an estimated 258 million international migrants around the world, the majority of whom are migrant workers.

fr Académie sur les migrations de main d'oeuvre

On estime aujourd'hui 258 millions le nombre de migrants internationaux dans le monde, dont la majorit sont des travailleurs migrants.

17 June 2019

en Negotiating bilateral labour agreements

In the recent past, bilateral labour agreements such as bilateral agreements and memorandums of understanding on labour migration have gained prominence as tools facilitating the cross-border movement of workers.

fr Négocier des accords bilatéraux de travail

Au cours des dernires dcennies, on assiste un retour en force des accords bilatraux et des protocoles d'entente en tant qu'outils facilitant le mouvement transfrontalier des travailleurs.

17 June 2019

en Access of refugees to the labour market and improving their resilience

3 June 2019

en Promotion of labour migration standards for sustainable development

The significance of labour migration for development has been gaining prominence in global, continental, regional and national discourse.

pt Promoção das Normas de Migração Laboral para Promover o Desenvolvimento Sustentável

Enquanto agenda para o desenvolvimento, a migrao laboral tem vindo a ganhar uma posio de destaque na lista das principais prioridades assumidas no discurso a nvel mundial, continental, regional e nacional.

13 May 2019

en Fostering the social and professional reintegration of return migrants (NEW)

Return migration continues to be one of the least considered aspects of migration policy, despite its crucial socio-economic significance for countries of both origin and destination.

fr Encourager la réinsertion socio-professionelle des migrants de retour (NOUVEAU)

La migration de retour reste l'un des aspects les moins pris en compte dans la politique migratoire, malgr son importance socioconomique cruciale pour les pays d'origine et de destination.

8 April 2019

en Access to Labour Market for Refugees and Policy Coherence Training Programme

17 December 2018

Atelier sud-sud pour l'amélioration de la gouvernance de la migration pour l'emploi en Afrique

Atelier sud-sud pour l'amélioration de la gouvernance de la migration pour l'emploi en Afrique

11 December 2018

en Decent Work for Domestic Workers (DW4DW)

There has been increasing recognition, nationally and internationally, of the economic and social contribution of domestic workers and of the need to improve their living and working conditions.

ar Decent Work for Domestic Workers (DW4DW)

There has been increasing recognition, nationally and internationally, of the economic and social contribution of domestic workers and of the need to improve their living and working conditions.