Enhancing cooperation among the Prague Process states

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23 July 2020


This is the full-length video recording of the 5th Prague Process webinar ‘Maximizing labour migration outcomes in the Prague Process corridors: Practices on how to benchmark countries of destination in June 2020’ with Andrea Salvini, Independent Advisor on Labour migration, that took place on 2 July 2020.

To watch the short video, entailing only the presentation delivered by Andrea Salvini, please follow the link.

The webinar helped participants to familiarize with diagnostic tools to compare countries of destinations, especially focusing on low- and medium-skills sectoral shortages. The methods to assess skills shortages were touched upon with in-migration systems, integration prospects, working and living conditions, as well as wages analysed so as to maximize remittances gains. Government officials from both countries of origin and of destination had the opportunity to discuss trade-offs between circular and long-term migration policy options, as well as how to adapt TVET components of both pre-departure and post-arrival services to strategic needs. The webinar also shed light on some implications brought about by the COVID19 crisis and policy responses had been witnessed by June 2020.

About the speaker

Mr. Andrea Salvini is an independent advisor for Governments and International Organisations, a Research Fellow of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, and teaches at the MSc Design of Social Protection Schemes at the Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg. For years, he worked for various ILO branches, specialising in labour issues and migration across regions, incl. in Central and Eastern Europe.


The webinar was organised by the Prague Process Secretariat at ICMPD