In a collaborative effort to enhance knowledge and cooperation, the College of Europe successfully hosted, in cooperation with WYG, a week-long training session on International Labour Migration in the framework of the EU-funded project “Technical Assistance for Increasing the Policy-Making Capacity of Directorate General of International Labour Force” Project (Migration4Work)’.
The programme brought to Bruges officials from the Ministry of Labour and Social Security as well as the Ministry of Industry and Technology, alongside representatives from the administration from Turks Living Abroad and Related Communities, as well as the International Labour Organisation.
The training served as a significant moment of cooperation to foster understanding and expertise in the field of International Labour migration. The intense agenda covered a range of critical topics in the fields, such as high- or low-skilled migration, the New Pact on Integration and Asylum, and labour migration trends. The week included as well a study visit to the European Commission and the European Parliament, as well as a panel debate on future developments in the field. It featured experts and researchers in the field, and the sessions were punctuated by interesting exchanges and views from participants and lecturers.
The College of Europe is grateful for the excellent cooperation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Security and WYG, and wishes all the best to the participants.
This activity is funded by the European Union and is part of the project “Technical Assistance for Increasing the Policy-Making Capacity of Directorate General of International Labour Force” Project (Migration4Work)’