Supporting the social and professional reintegration
of North African return migrants.

The project aims to address the social and professional reintegration of return migrants by strengthening the capacity of policy level stakeholders in Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Mauritania to design and facilitate evidence‐based return migration policies.

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Supporting the social

and professional reintegration

of north african return migrants.

SURE NEWS

SURE E-learning modules on the reintegration of return migrants

As part of the SURE project , the ILO Training Center has developed distance training modules on the issues and challenges of the socio-professional reintegration of return migrants . The general objectives of the online learning modules…

New research reports on reintegration policies and mechanisms in Morocco and Tunisia

Within the context of the SURE project (Supporting the social and professional reintegration of North African return migrants), ITCILO in collaboration with FIERI (Forum Internazionale ed Europeo di Ricerche sull'Immigrazione) has published…

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EVALUATIONS OF SURE COURSES

Evaluation Tailor-Made SURE courses

1.       Before participating in this activity, did you have enough information to understand whether it could meet your learning needs? 3.5
2.       To what extent were the activity’s objectives achieved? 4.0
3.       Given the activity’s objectives, how appropriate were the activity’s contents? 3.9
4.       How well did the course address the specific needs of both women and men within the course’s sector or theme? 3.6
5.       To what extent did this course/learning activity give you any tools, skills or knowledge to address gender equality in the sector in which you work? 3.3
6.       Were the learning methods used generally appropriate? 4.0
7.       How would you judge the resource persons’ overall contribution? 4.2
8.       Did the group of participants with whom you attended the activity contribute to your learning? 4.4
9.       Were the materials used during the activity appropriate? 4.1
10.    Would you say that the logistics of the activity were well organized? 4.3
11.    Would you say that the administrative support/secretariat was efficient? 4.4
12.     How likely is it that you will apply some of what you have learned? 4.1
13.    How likely is it that your institution/employer will benefit from your participation in the activity? 4.1
14.    Are you satisfied with the overall quality of the activity? 4.2
Average TM courses 4.0
Evaluation Open Courses on migration with SURE participants

1.       Before participating in this activity, did you have enough information to understand whether it could meet your learning needs? 3.8
2.       To what extent were the activity’s objectives achieved? 4.2
3.       Given the activity’s objectives, how appropriate were the activity’s contents? 4.3
4.       How well did the course address the specific needs of both women and men within the course’s sector or theme? 4.6
5.       To what extent did this course/learning activity give you any tools, skills or knowledge to address gender equality in the sector in which you work? 3.9
6.       Were the learning methods used generally appropriate? 4.1
7.       How would you judge the resource persons’ overall contribution? 4.4
8.       Did the group of participants with whom you attended the activity contribute to your learning? 4.4
9.       Were the materials used during the activity appropriate? 4.4
10.    Would you say that the logistics of the activity were well organized? 4.5
11.    Would you say that the administrative support/secretariat was efficient? 4.7
12.     How likely is it that you will apply some of what you have learned? 4.5
13.    How likely is it that your institution/employer will benefit from your participation in the activity? 4.6
14.    Are you satisfied with the overall quality of the activity? 4.5
Average Open courses 4.4

UPCOMING ITCILO COURSES

MEASURING AND ANALYSING LABOUR MIGRATION

Turin, Italy | 20 – 24 April 2020