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ETF Migration and Skills seminar

ETF Migration and Skills seminar

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Topic: Lifelong learning,Employment

The ETF is organising a Seminar on Migration and Skills that will take place in Turin on 6-7 March 2012. The seminar will gather together representative of six ETF Partner Countries involved in the migration dialogue with the EU, participants from Member States who implement projects in the above-mentioned countries, and representatives of EU institutions and international organisations.
The objective of this two-day seminar is to share knowledge on measures that relate to the skills dimension of legal circular migration and create win-win-win situations for sending countries, receiving countries and migrants themselves. Special emphasis will be given to measures that address the pre-departure of emigrants and re-integration of returnees. Case studies will be presented on the entrepreneurship support to returnees, circular/ seasonal migration schemes, labour market reintegration of returnees and job information systems for potential migrants.
In addition to the case studies, part of the seminar will be dedicated to the presentation of the first preliminary results of the ETF surveys in Armenia and Georgia, with a special focus on returnees.

Type of Event: Operational
Place: Torino (Italy)
Date: 03/06/2012
Topic(s): Education and Business; Key Competences; equal access to education
Organiser: Ummuhan Bardak, Mara Arno ;
Contacts: Ummuhan Bardak, Mara Arno;


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