Labour migration
There are currently an estimated 232 million migrant workers around the world. Globalization, demographic shifts, conflicts, income inequalities and climate change will encourage even more workers and their families to cross borders in search of employment and security. Migrant workers contribute to growth and development in their destination countries, while their countries of origin benefit from their remittances and the skills acquired through their migration experience.

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Upcoming Courses
Academy on Labour Migration

The Academy on Labour Migration reviews and analyses key issues, strategies, policies and tools for better governance of international labour migration, linking migration and development, and promoting the protection of rights of migrant workers and their families. Read More

Enrolment deadline: 30 Jun 2015

Code: A908121

When: 18 May 2015 - 29 May 2015

Venue: Turin Centre

Language: English, French, Arabic

Mainstreaming migration into development planning (NEW)

The course will provide an overview of how migration and development are linked and provide guidelines on how to better integrate migration into development planning processes. Exchange of international experiences will be encouraged. Read More

Enrolment deadline: 23 Oct 2015

Code: A908132

When: 30 Nov 2015 - 04 Dec 2015

Venue: Turin Centre

Language: English, French



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Joint Migration and Development Initiative (JMDI II)

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Intra-ACP Migration Facility

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Social Protection, Governance and Tripartism

The Social Protection, Governance and Tripartism Programme aims at disseminating knowledge and good practices worldwide. It contributes to institutional capacity building by providing training courses and other learning events, both in Turin and in various other regions, for ILO constituents, staff from UN agencies and other development partners and stakeholders.
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