Workshop on How to facilitate the reintegration of returnees to the Mexican national labour market?

Last 12th of December 2014 the workshop on How to facilitate the reintegration of returnees to the Mexican national labour market? was held at the Secretary of Foreign Affairs in Mexico D.F.

This activity was organised within the framework of the Pilot Project on Migration and Employment formulated and implemented by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, under the FIIAPP coordination.   


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Presentation of the Study Result on Labour Migration and Volunteer Returning of Dominican Migrants

Last 5th December 2014 the conference introducing the Study Result on Labour Migration and Volunteer Returning of Dominican Migrants was held in the Ministry of Labour of the Dominican Republic. 

This activity was organised within the framework of the Pilot Project on Migration and Employment formulated and implemented by the Ministry of Labour of the Dominican Republic, under the FIIAPP coordination. 

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2nd workshop on Remittances, Financial literacy and micro-enterprise in Goíanía, Brazil

Following the 1st activity held in London, United Kingdom, last September, the 2nd “Workshop on remittances, financial literacy and micro-enterprise” was organised last 26 and 27 November 2014 in the city of Goíanía, Brazil.

The first one aimed to train members of the Associação Brasileira no Reino Unido (ABRAS) in London in Remitances, financial education and formulation of productive projects. With a view to support possible implementation of micro-entrepreneurship, this second workshop provided the opportunity to participate in the same training for the relatives in Brazil and the Brazilian returnees in the State of Goiás.

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Publication of the Manual to Elaborate Projects on Remittances

The purpose of this manual is to serve as a guide for people working to promote and strengthen the positive impact of the link between remittances, migration and development. The manual also promotes the creation of partnerships between members of the diaspora, government stakeholders, the private sector, and development organizations in civil society.

This manual was developed by international expert Manuel Orozco and his team, in coordination with the IOM and the FIIAPP.

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Proyecto UE-ALCIn recent years migration has become an issue of increasing importance in relations between the European Union (EU) and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).

The European Union's cooperation programme “Strengthening the dialogue and cooperation between the EU and Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to establish management models on migration and development policies” has two objectives: to strengthen political dialogue between the EU and LAC region, and to contribute to and participate in the process of cooperation to strengthen regional and national capacities in the CELAC countries.

The project is being implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in close coordination with its partner the International and Ibero-American Foundation for Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP) of Spain. 

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EU-LAC Videos

EU-LAC Dialogue :: Models of migration management. Francisco Javier Baigorri :: The role of FIIAPP. Alfonso Hinojosa Gordonava :: Benefits of regional dialogue on migration management. Belén Martínez Carbonell :: The migration phenomenon in the framework of the Dialogue EU-LAC. Jolita Butkeviciene :: The migration phenomenon in the framework of the Dialogue EU-LAC.
Rob Rozenburg :: The rol of the migrants on the development actions. Gloria De Pascual :: The migration phenomenon in the framework of the Dialogue EU-LAC. Bernd Hemingway :: The migration phenomenon in the framework of the Dialogue EU-LAC. Perla Pinillos de la Hoz :: Impact on origin and destination countries. Dora Aguirre :: The migration phenomenon in the framework of the Dialogue EU-LAC.

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