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 are:

  • Describe the different types of migration cycles and their link to prospects for socio-professional reintegration
  • Foster the reintegration of return migrants through public employment services and active labor market policies
  • Recognize the role of local actors in empowering return migrants and facilitating their access to services
  • Understand the added value of bilateral and / or multilateral social security agreements to ensure the portability of the social rights of migrants and return migrants

The modules are only available in French for the time being, for more on the modules please click here

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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 three new research reports dealing with the issue of return migration and existing socio-professional reintegration mechanisms in Morocco and Tunisia. The aim of the national reports is to map the populations of return migrants in the two countries, on the basis of available data, and to draw up an inventory of existing mechanisms, programs and services in the field of socio-professional reintegration. The purpose of the comparative report is to compare the strategies of the two countries with regard to return and reintegration policies for migrant citizens in order to analyze their strengths, weaknesses and gaps, as well as their evaluation. In conclusion, a number of ad hoc recommendations have been made to support the strengthening of existing initiatives and the development of stronger reintegration programs, allowing return migrants to contribute as fully as possible to the sustainable development of their return communities. .

Please click on the following links to view each of the above mentioned reports: