ITCILO participates in a Workshop for the Development of a Training and Capacity-Building Plan on Labour Migration Management in Africa, in Casablanca, Morocco
From 26 to 28 September 2018, in the context of the SURE project (“Supporting the Social and Professional Reintegration of Return Migrants in North Africa”), the Centre participated in a Joint Labour Migration Programme workshop, providing input on existing training activities in the area of labour migration.
The Joint Labour Migration Programme is an initiative managed by the African Union Commission (AUC), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the UN Migration Agency (IOM) and the UNECA, as a comprehensive labour migration governance programme for Africa.
Ms Miriam Boudraa, Activity Manager in the area of Labour Migration at ITCILO, highlighted the blended, life-long learning approach adopted by the ITCILO, the Centre’s network of cross-cutting experts involved in training activities on labour migration, and the use of technology in the development of a wide array of training tools.
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Again nearly 1,000 students visited the Centre this year!
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