The third Knowledge Paper looks at the different approaches and types of interventions that can be envisaged to foster returnees’ waged employment as a key factor for sustainable reintegration.
The Platform takes steps towards the fulfilment of international accessibility standards and recognizes the rapid evolution of digital ecosystems and tools.
During the event, the World Bank, IOM and partners provided insights on the methodology, as well as on the recommendations used to conduct longitudinal studies.
In the framework of the COMPASS Programme, IOM Ethiopia will conduct a labour market assessment of destination countries for Ethiopian labour migrants.
The study was undertaken in 2022 by the KMH in collaboration with Samuel Hall and the University of Sussex. It builds on previous research on debt and reintegration by analyzing returnees’ and their households’ experiences with debt in five countries.
The sixth issue of the Sustainable Reintegration Knowledge Bites Series on "Longitudinal Evidence on Sustainable Reintegration Outcomes" is now publicly available.
The study was undertaken in 2022 by the KMH with the financial support of the EU, in collaboration with Samuel Hall, the African Centre for Migration and Society at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa.
The IOM has published an additional module on Return Counselling of Children and their Families, developed in collaboration with UNICEF and Save the Children. The module is conceived as an integral part of the Return Counselling Toolkit.
These improvements specifically targeting the accessibility have been implemented while recognizing the rapid evolvement of the digital ecosystems and tools, and therefore the need to consider them as part of a continuous work in progress.
The evaluation, which was undertaken by an independent expert, assessed the performance and achievements of the KMH, with a special focus on providing findings on lessons learned and good practices.