National Capacity Building Workshop on Labour Statistics highlighting the 20th ICLS on Labour Migration Statistics
The workshop aims to strengthen capacity on labour market and migration statistics for formulation/implementation policies, projects and programmes to promote decent work for all.
18 December 2019
There has been a growing commitment for making decent work a reality for migrant workers in Zimbabwe. This process is benefiting from technical and financial support from the ILO and International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Towards a Holistic Approach to Labour Migration Governance and Labour Mobility in North Africa (THAMM)
01 November 2019
This Project is a sub-regional project funded by the European Union through the “Emergency Trust Fund for Stability and Addressing the Root Causes of Irregular Migration and Displaced Persons in Africa” and the German Federal Ministry for Development (BMZ). It is implemented under two separate contracts, one concerning the ILO and IOM funded by the European Union and one concerning GIZ funded by the EU and BMZ.
01 November 2019
Guidance towards an African qualifications framework? Africa currently hosts nearly 25 million international migrants. Some are fleeing from conflicts, instability, climate change or hardship, while others chose to leave their country for better living conditions and income opportunities elsewhere. All of them possess skills that can be used in their new environments, in the community, and, most importantly, to help them find and sustain a decent job.
22 October 2019
The ILO is implementing a project “Free Movement of Persons and Transhumance in the IGAD Region: Improving Opportunities for Regular Labour Mobility” in collaboration with the IGAD Secretariat and financed by the European Union, Emergency Trust Fund (EUTF).
17 September 2019
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL to Conduct a Study on the Interaction Between Climate Change Variables, Labour Markets and Migration in Selected Migration Corridors in the IGAD Region
12 September 2019
New Memorandum of Understanding underscores renewed commitment to social justice, with focus on workers’ rights, labour migration, youth employment and the informal economy.
Sub-Regional Tripartite Consultations for the Formulation of Skills Partnerships on Migration Western Africa and the Sahel
Skills partnerships can contribute to reaping migrants’ potential more effectively, being an innovative mechanism for maximising brain gain and sharing the benefits of migration for both origin and destination countries.
19 July 2019
In order to strengthen dialogue, coordination and collaboration among Member States in the Labour and Employment fields within the region, the ECOWAS Commission organised a 3-day General Assembly of the ECOWAS Tripartite Social Dialogue Forum in Abuja.
28 June 2019
Rights and responsibilities of relevant actors on labour migration in Ethiopia: based on Ethiopian Overseas Employment Proclamation 923/20161.