A Workshop was held in Abidjan from August 15 - 19 in the context of the project "Assessing the economic contribution of labour migration in developing countries as countries of destination" (ECLM). The Workshop was organized in collaboration with the Laboratoire de Sociologie Economique et d'Anthropologie des Appartenances Symboliques (LAASSE), Université FHB d'Abidjan, and discussed the implementation of a study of the agriculture and trade sectors. The agenda for the workshop can be downloaded below.
01 August 2016
The project aims at supporting the efforts of the Government of Ethiopia to address and reduce irregular migration in Ethiopia by creating decent livelihood and employment opportunities for potential migrants especially women and youth.
ILO signs agreement to address the root causes of migration through job opportunities for women and youth in Ethiopia
29 July 2016
ILO signs agreement to provide technical support to “Stemming Irregular Migration from Northern and Central Ethiopia” (SINCE) programme under the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa.
03 June 2016
Most international migration today is related to seeking employment. The number of female migrant workers is on the rise. Effective labour migration governance requires innovative skills development programs and gender equality for social transformation, says Mildred Oliphant, South Africa's Minister of Labour and President of the 105th session of the International Labour Conference. #ILC2016.
02 June 2016
Joint UN Resource Mobilization for the Counter Trafficking and Migration Policy and Practice in Ethiopia
01 June 2016
The project aims to contribute to the efforts of the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) to address human trafficking, smuggling and irregular migration, youth unemployment and uphold the rights of migrants.
Ethiopian Migrant Workers Association in Qatar revitalizes its capacity to support Ethiopian Migrant Workers
30 May 2016
ILO and Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs partnered to build the capacity of Ethiopian Migrant Workers Association in Qatar.
26 May 2016
Senior experts from National Statistical Institutes and Ministries of Labour will meet in Dakar from 30 May to 1 June 2016 to validate the first Report on Labour Migration Statistics in Africa.
05 May 2016
A Workshop was held in Accra from May 3-7 in the context of the project "Assessing the economic contribution of labour migration in developing countries as countries of destination" (ECLM). The Workshop was organized in collaboration with the Centre for Migration Studies (University of Ghana), and discussed the implementation of a study of the mining and trade sectors. The agenda for the workshop can be downloaded below.