Labour Mobility for Sustainable Development and Climate Resilience in the Pacific (Kiribati, Tuvalu, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Fiji)
The project “Labour Mobility for Sustainable Development and Climate Resilience in the Pacific” is jointly implemented by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Project SummaryThe overall objective of the ‘Labour Mobility for Sustainable Development and Climate Resilience in the Pacific’ project is to enhance the benefits of safe and fair migration as a sustainable development and climate resilience strategy in the Pacific. The joint project will contribute towards improved labour migration governance, decent work principles and standards in labour migration programmes, promotion of safe and regular labour mobility programmes, enhanced pre-departure assistance and improved reintegration support for returning labour migrants and their families. IOM and ILO will be working closely with partners across the Pacific to strengthen their approach to labour mobility and contribute to the goals of the 2050 Strategy for the Blue Pacific Continent.
Key OutcomesOutcome 1
Pacific governments demonstrate improved labour migration governance.
Decent work principles and standards are at the core of Pacific labour migration programmes.
Pacific governments contribute to the delivery of safe and regular labour migration programmes.
Returning Pacific Islander migrant workers demonstrate increased social and labour market reintegration.
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