Supporting the Social and Professional Reintegration of North African Return Migrants

SUPPORTING THE SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REINTEGRATION OF NORTH AFRICAN RETURN MIGRANTS

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THE PROJECT RESTS ON THE FOLLOWING THREE PILLARS:

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PILLAR 1

Filling the knowledge gap

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PILLAR 2

Building and reinforcing institutional capacities

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PILLAR 3

Fostering a constructive interregional dialogue on reintegration and development for policy orientation

An inventory of the available data relating to returnees and return flows will be compiled for each of the target countries. Contrasts and similarities in the ways in which return and reintegration have been managed by public policies in the four target countries will be highlighted. The data pertaining to return flows in the target countries will be used to trace the regional distribution of returnees. Consultations with stakeholders will be held to assess their priorities when facing the challenges associated with the reintegration or returnees. An array of training courses to build capacities at sub-regional and national levels will be offered to migration and development stakeholders from the target countries in order to tackle some of the issues pertaining to returnees’ reintegration. The training activities will provide unique opportunities for sharing experience and knowledge. A high-level policy conference will be organized to foster constructive interregional dialogue. The conference will aim to define ad hoc policy recommendations to support the reintegration of North African return migrants and enhance their contribution to the development of their countries of origin.

For more information on the ITCILO’s activities in the area of migration, visit https://www.itcilo.org/en/areas-of-expertise/labour-migration

 

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