The seminar is aimed at disseminating results and promoting Labour-int model in Central and Eastern Europe, with a special focus on social economy enterprises as tools for developing integration facilities for asylum-seekers in transit-countries.
The project is managed by the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC). This event is organised by Diesis Network with the participation of project partners and social economy organisation of Central and Eastern Europe. The event target various countries: Slovenia, Croatia, Poland and Czech Republic, Hungary and the Balkans. Experts from academia and civil society and other stakeholders will participate as guests or speakers.
The seminar supports dissemination also through UnionMigrantNet in the Balkans to mitigate impact of refugees in local labour markets.
The event is taking place on ZOOM, on the 11th of February, 2021. The online event is enabling social – employer and trade union representatives, economic partners and public authorities from different levels (EU/national/regional/local) to work together. The seminar also helps to achieve a stronger visibility and impact of the action at transnational level, enlarging the geographic scope of the project.
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FINAL DISSEMINATION CONFERENCE LABOUR-INT 2
The conference aims at sharing the results of the LABOUR-INT 2 project, through which the ETUC, SGI Europe together with the involvement and support of several national, European and International organisations have been advocating for a multistakeholder approach in setting up inclusive integration paths of migrants in the European labour market.
The event also gives participants an overview of the current European migration context and of migrant’s labour market integration, including the presentation of the various national pilot actions that were deployed throughout the implementation of the project. The conference will also provide with the opportunity to reflect on the lessons learned since the implementation of the first phase of the LABOUR-INT in 2016 until the current context with the inevitable consequences of the COVID crisis on European labour markets and on the integration of migrants and refugees.
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