By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Appreciate the relevant international labour standards as well as the General principles and operational guidelines for fair recruitment;
- understand the economic determinants of informal/formal recruitment and measurement of recruitment costs
- analyse alternative options to private employment agencies, including via public employment agencies, workers’ cooperatives and directly through accredited employers, with tripartite and bipartite supervision;
- share good practices of laws, policies and enforcement mechanisms, including a compilation of regulatory and enforcement models that have demonstrated a measurable impact in reducing human trafficking and irregular migration;
- understand the needs to protect the rights of workers, including migrant workers, from abusive and fraudulent practices during the recruitment and placement process;
- provide some tools to help in the prevention of human trafficking and forced labour.