- Private sector, employers’, and workers’ organizations are engaged to produce decent work environments for migrant workers
- Gender-responsive policy frameworks are developed or strengthened to realise fair recruitment and decent work and regulatory compliance
- Discriminatory attitudes towards women and men migrant workers are diminished; and
- Migrant workers have improved access to information and support services throughout the migration cycle.
Multi-regional Trade Union Dialogue and Cooperation: Reinforcing Commitment and Fostering Action for Migrant Workers’ Rights
As a follow up to the commitment of the six regional trade union confederations to defend, protect and promote the rights of migrant workers, this multi regional trade union dialogue on labour migration will identify good practices in implementation and develop a concreate plan of action for trade union collaboration going forward.
The International Labour Organization (ILO), through the FAIRWAY programme convened a symposium on Migrant Resource Centres (MRCs) that brought together participants from three African countries of origin: Uganda, Kenya, and Nigeria. The central theme of the symposium revolved around enhancing the effectiveness of MRCs in providing access to information and essential services for both potential and in-service migrant workers, as well as the families they leave behind.