Areas of Expertise

Labour migration

Labour migration
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Our Projects

In addition to developing and facilitating labour migration trainings, the labour migration team of ITC-ILO is involved in several research and technical cooperation projects with partner organizations and NGOs in Italy and around the world. Depending on each project, ITC-ILO is either project leader or project partner (service provider). Below is as list of the projects ITC-ILO is currently involved in:

European Migrant Integration Academy (EU-MIA)

The European Migrant Integration Academy (EU-MIA) funded by the European Comission is a research-based co-operative learning and training initiative which aims at aim involving public officials and local stakeholders in the development and implementation of local level integration policies in selected European cities

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Promoting the Integration of Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe

The project Promoting the Integration of Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe aims at expanding knowledge about the integration outcomes of admission and employment policies for migrant domestic workers - who are often in a precarious employment situation - and enhance stakeholders’ capacities to identify and remove barriers for their socioeconomic integration. The project will fit and build on the ILO follow up action to the recent adoption of a new Domestic Workers Convention and Recommendation.

The link address is: http://courses.itcilo.org/C405225/course_image_view?set_language=en

Temper Project

The overall objective of the TEMPER project consists in providing a comprehensive assessment of the pros and cons of recent initiatives to promote circular migration, as an alternative to more traditional forms of temporary and permanent migration.

The link address is: http://www.temperproject.eu/

Supporting the Social and Professional Reintegration of North African Return Migrants

Return migration continues to be one of the least considered aspects in migration policy, despite its crucial socioeconomic significance for both countries of origin and destination. Return constitutes a stage in the migration cycle and requires a multidisciplinary rights-based approach and relevant support mechanisms.

The link address is: https://www.itcilo.org/en/supporting-initiatives/sure


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