RTA-HTRI Conference: "Generating Evidence to Support the Elimination of Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking"
The International Labour Organization (ILO), International Organization for Migration (IOM), and Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) join forces to host a conference on 27-29 June 2022 showcasing new research findings on child labour, forced labour, and human trafficking.
Beyond the Sponsorship System: Improving Labor Migration Governance through Fair and Ethical Recruitment and Decent Employment in the Qatar-Bangladesh Migration Corridor
1st multi sectoral consultation in the framework of IMRF devoted to "role of Youth in GCM implementation "
The 1st multidimensional three-stages consultations on implementation of GCM in Azerbaijan dedicated to the International Migration Review Forum (IMRF) has been launched on March 30, 2022 with collaborative event co-organized by IOM Azerbaijan and State Migration Service.
Reducing Mistreatment of Migrant Domestic Workers (joint with Vojtech Bartos, Victoria Licuanan, Andreas Steinmayr, Erwin Tiongson, Dean Yang)
Multistakeholder workshop on regular pathways for admission and stay for migrants in situations of vulnerability
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