• Understanding, strengthening and supporting reintegration

SURE Related Courses

The following training activities of the international training center of the ILO (ITCILO), aim to strengthen the capacity of ILO constituents and other key stakeholders, to develop and implement rights-based policies that minimize the negative individual costs of labour migration and maximize its positive effects for all those involved.

These courses also substantially contribute to the understanding, strengthening and supporting the social and professional reintegration of return migrants.

UPCOMING ITCILO COURSES

ON MIGRATION

MEASURING AND ANALYSING LABOUR MIGRATION

Turin, Italy | 20 – 24 April 2020

ESTABLISHING FAIR RECRUITMENT PROCESSES

Turin, Italy | 4 – 8 MAY 2020

NEGOTIATING BILATERAL LABOUR AGREEMENTS

Turin, Italy | 15–19 JUNE 2020

ANTICIPATING, DEVELOPING, AND PARTNERING

Turin, Italy | 29 JUNE–3 JULY 2020

ENSURING DECENT WORK FOR MIGRANT COMMUNITIES

Turin, Italy | 6–17 JULY 2020

MAINSTREAMING MIGRATION INTO POLICY DEVELOPMENT

Turin, Italy | 16–20 NOVEMBER 2020

PAST SURE COURSES

Integration de la migration dans les politiques actives du marche du travail au maroc

Rabat, Morocco (11-14 March 2019)

The main objective of this training was to undertake a reflection between the institutions responsible for labor migration concerning on the one hand the need for coherence between the labor migration policy and the relevant sectoral policies and on the other hand the specific needs and services which are offered to workers-their mid-migrants throughout their migratory cycle. With the ultimate aim that the socio-professional integration and / or reintegration of migrant workers and / or MREs can contribute to the sustainable development of Morocco. While taking a participatory approach, the training focused on integrating labor migration into active labor market policies.

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Atelier de reflection sur l’adequation des compétences des migrants et migrants de retour au Maroc

Casablanca, Morocco (03 – 05 July 2019)

Improving the match between the skills of migrants (ie potential migrants, foreign workers and returning migrants) and the needs of the Moroccan labor market has been identified as a strategic axis of reflection and capacity building within the framework of the analysis of the training needs of the SURE ITCILO project. The priority nature of this theme for public employment services and for Moroccan employers was again mentioned during the last training activity of ITCILO (“Integration of migration into active labor market policies”) held in Rabat in March 2019. It is to meet this need that ITCILO organized a brainstorming workshop on skills matching for migrants and returnees to Morocco. The primary objective was to undertake a bipartite reflection on the correspondence between the needs of the Moroccan labor market and the skills of the target categories of migrants, so that the latter can participate as fully as possible in the sustainable development of Morocco. The workshop was held from 03 to 05 July 2019, at the premises of ANAPEC, Casablanca (Kingdom of Morocco).

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Integration de la migration de main d’oeuvre dans les politiques actives du marche du travail en Tunisie

Tunis, Tunisia (26 – 29 March 2019)

The objective of this training was to undertake a reflection between the institutions responsible for labor migration concerning on the one hand the need for coherence between the labor migration policy and the relevant sectoral policies and d On the other hand, the specific needs and services that are offered to workers – their mid-migrants – throughout their migratory cycle. Ultimately, the integration and / or socio-professional reintegration of migrant workers and / or Tunisians living abroad can contribute to the sustainable development of Tunisia. While adopting a participatory approach, the training will focus on integrating labor migration into active labor market policies, whether this migration concerns future / potential migrants, migrants foreigners on Tunisian territory, or Tunisian migrants returning to the country. The main objective of the workshop was to strengthen the capacities of public institutions in Tunisia in terms of integrating labor migration into employment and vocational training policies, while adopting an approach based on the notion of the migration cycle.

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Négocier des accords bilatèraux de sécurité sociale

Rabat, Morocco (19 – 21 November  2019)

Support for the negotiation and conclusion of bilateral social security agreements was identified as a strategic area of ​​capacity building within the framework of the aforementioned workshop as well as an analysis of the training needs of the SURE project of  . In order to promote a south-south dialogue between Morocco and its neighboring countries of West Africa on the extension of social protection to migrant workers, the International Training Center and the International Labour Organization, in collaboration with the Ministry of Labor and Professional Integration, organized a training workshop entitled “Negotiating bilateral social security agreements”. This workshop was held from Tuesday 19 to Thursday 21 November 2019 at the Training Institute of the Ministry of Labor and Professional Integration of the Kingdom of Morocco.

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Accompagnement et protection des travailleurs migrants tout au long du cycle migratoire : Quel role pour les syndicats ?

Hammamet, Tunisia (24 – 27 september 2019)

Strengthening the governance of migration and protecting the rights and interests of migrants were identified as priority actions of the UGTT during its migration seminar, which was held in Tunis in November 2018. Furthermore, the CIFOIT SURE project questionnaire highlighted proven needs in terms of support for the integration of migrants / the reintegration of return migrants, expressed by representatives of workers’ organizations. It is to meet these capacity-building needs that the ITC-ILO organized an awareness-raising workshop on the support and protection of migrant workers throughout the migration cycle, with an emphasis on the services offered to migrant workers. The workshop was held from 24 to 27 September 2019 in Hammamet.

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