Safe Migration and Labour Rights for Ethiopian migrant domestic workers

Safe Migration and Labour Rights for Ethiopian migrant domestic workers

14.08.2020 09:30 - 14.08.2020 11:30
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Categorie: Webinar e Corsi
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Webinar on the research carried out on Ethiopian migrant domestic workers (MDW) towards Lebanon, looking at irregular migration, working problems in Lebanon, remittances, returns and reintegration issues. The findings of the research will be discussed by relevant stakeholders, focussing on the need to recognise labour rights of MDW and to set up safe migration corridors as foreseen in the 10.7 target of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in the Global Compact on Migration and in the new bilateral agreements signed by the Ethiopian Government with some destination countries. A specific attention will be devoted to the debate on the role of Development cooperation in the management of migration flows.


Opening
Alessandro Salimei
Country Representative CELIM

Presentation of the Ethiopian Study
on Migrant Domestic Workers
Gutema Bulti
Researcher with CVM and CeSPI

Discussants

Hirut Abera
Network of Addis Ababa Domestic Worker Association Chairperson

Kabu Memban
International Labor Organization (ILO) specialist

Fisihatsion Biadgilign
Head of social Affairs department of the Confederation
of Ethiopian Trade Unions - CETU

Meselech Assefa
Director, Overseas Employment and Workers Safety Protection Directorate, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MOLSA)

Karim El Mufti
Director of the Human Rights Legal Clinic, Law Faculty,
La Sagesse University & Senior Researcher in Human Rights Law

Moderators
Marian Lambert, CVM and Andrea Stocchiero, CeSPI

The meeting will take place on Zoom.us

working language: English

 

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