Pilot initiative in support of Georgian workers’ mobility to Poland and Estonia

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Georgia is piloting a project to develop operational frameworks for facilitating worker mobility from Georgia to Poland and Estonia, that promote effective job-matching, migrant skill development and protection of their labour and human rights. The project sets precedent for states involvement in the temporary labour migration management process in Georgia in an informed and prepared manner. All the activities planned within the project aim at developing the capacities of the main partner agencies in the government in managing temporary labour migration processes independently. IOM is implementing the project with financial support of the IOM Development Fund in cooperation with IOM offices in Poland and Estonia and in partnership with labour and migration authorities inthe three countries.

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