Guidance on Bilateral labour migration agreements

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It contains practical guidance grounded in international labour and human rights standards and drawing from real examples around the world. It shows how social dialogue benefits the development, implementation and monitoring of these agreements, and can be used as a basis for training and preparing for negotiation of bilateral labour migration agreements.

An employerís guide to fair recruitment

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This guide explores the steps of a fair recruitment process, identifies good practices that a company of any size can take to ensure a good recruitment decision and looks at the pitfalls that can frustrate that outcome being realized

The Guide also acts as a resource for Employer and Business Membership Organisations (EMBOs) in helping to upskill recruitment practices amongst their members, improving productivity outcomes and helping avoid adverse harm to people in line with the expectations of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. I

eMigrate portal

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Launched in 2014, eMigrate is an integrated,
common digital electronic platform that
provides a link between key stakeholders such as the:
- Protector General of Emigrants (PGE);
- Protector of Emigrants (PoE);
- Indian diplomatic missions;
- Bureau of Immigration;
- Passport Seva (the passport service);
- PRAs;
- Foreign employers;
- Emigrant workers; and
- Insurance agencies

Musaned system

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Established in 2015, Saudi Arabiaís Musaned is the online digital recruitment platform for domestic workers in Saudi Arabia. Overseen by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development (MoHRSD), Musaned has provided the MoHRSD with a wide range of data and tools to enhance their monitoring capabilities over the employment of migrant domestic workers.

Musaned was established, in part, to address issues faced by migrant domestic workers, including unethical or illegal recruitment and employment practices in Saudi Arabia

Governance of Labour Migration in South and South-East Asia (GOALS)

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The Project is conceived in response to various facets of labour migration, fair and ethical recruitment and sustainable reintegration, gaps and challenges relating to safe, orderly and regular labour migration and improved skills recognition, in the corridors between South and South-East Asia and the Middle East. The project is designed on the first phase of the SDC supported regional project, ìStrengthening Labour Migration Governance through Regional Cooperation in Colombo Process Countriesî.

Inclusive Income Protection Program

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This action was submitted through the GFMD Mayors Mechanism Call to Local Action for Migrants and Refugees.
Mexico City is a recipient of the Global Cities Fund, the Mayors Migration Council’s response to the unmet needs of cities as they support migrants, refugees, and internally displaced people.

Youth Work for All

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This action was submitted through the GFMD Mayors Mechanism Call to Local Action for Migrants and Refugees.Not every family finds its way easily to youth work. The youth movements of Mechelen are not yet a reflection and representation of the diversity in our city. The youth service has taken up the challenge to change this with the youth movements and their associations.

Livelihoods Improvement of Urban Poor Communities Project (LIUPCP)

This action was submitted through the GFMD Mayors Mechanism Call to Local Action for Migrants and Refugees.
As many rural landless poor continue to move to the cities to escape the effects of climate change, in search of jobs and economic opportunities. The LIUPCP will addressing the issues through community empowerment, skills, livelihood and small scale infrastructure to tackle the urban poverty. The project aims to contribute to the achievement of the sustainable growth by reducing urban poverty.

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