Peer Exchange: Promoting Migrant Employability
Charlotte Müller, UNDP, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean Edwidge Petit-Frere, UNDP, email@example.com
About this event
PEGs are opportunities to showcase successes and facilitate learning between the 11 countries in the Making Migration Work for Sustainable Development Programme. They are continuous knowledge exchange and capacity development groups, open to all stakeholders (local and national governments, UN Agencies, private sector, civil society etc.). They aim to help you in your work by learning from other experiences and experts.
This peer exchange group will serve to share knowledge and good practices on how to promote migrant employability. More concretely, the event will:
- Provide expert capacity building by sharing the experience of Fundación Esquel, implementing partner for the employability training sessions and campaign that have taken place in Manta and Santo Domingo (Ecuador) as part of the Global programme;
- Identify key success factors and common challenges to promoting migrant employability and the creation of sustainable interventionsto support ongoing activities as well as activities in other programme countries.
Agenda in brief
Promoting migrant employability in Manta and Santo Domingo – Experiences and lessons learnt
Brainstorming: Opportunities and challenges of promoting migrant employability
Wrap up and planning for the next exchange
Please note that this is a closed event; invitations will be sent directly by the organizers to participants.