Workshop on mainstreaming Labour Migration in active labour market policies held in Rabat Morocco, from 11 -14th of March 2019

In the context of the project “Supporting the social and professional reintegration of North African return migrants “(SURE), the ITCILO, in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour of Morocco, held a 4 day workshop in Rabat entitled “Mainstreaming Labour Migration into Active Labour Market Policies in Morocco”.  This course was designed for key public institutions with mandate over labour migration in Morocco, and particularly the Ministry of Labour and Professional Integration, the Ministry for Moroccans Residing Abroad and for Migration Affairs, the National Agency for the Promotion of Employment and Skills (ANAPEC), the Entraide Nationale, the Council of the Moroccan Community Abroad, and the Office for Vocational Training and Employment Promotion (OFPPT).  The course brought these important stakeholders together with the objective of strengthening their capacities on mainstreaming labour migration into employment and vocational training policies, while taking into account the specific challenges faced by women migrants throughout the migration cycle. More specifically, the course aimed to enhance the capacity of participants in identifying the possibilities of integrating migration into active labour market policies in Morocco, developing policy coherence indicators at different stages of the policy life cycle and at different levels of governance, as well as identifying the main areas of convergence between migration and employment and vocational training policies.

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