02 oct 2015
Handbook on Establishing Effective Labour Migration Policies in Countries of Origin and Destination (Russian)
The aim of the Handbook is to assist States in their efforts to develop new policy approaches, solutions, and practical measures for better management of labour migration in countries of origin and of destination. It has been prepared primarily for use by decision-makers and practitioners in the OSCE area and countries served by IOM and ILO. It analyses effective policies and practices and draws upon examples from OSCE participating States as well as other countries that have considerable experience in this field.
The 13th OSCE Economic Forum, held in Prague, Czech Republic from 23 to 27 May 2005, provided the impetus for the joint OSCE, IOM and ILO initiative to produce a Handbook on Establishing Effective Labour Migration policies in Countries of Origin and of Destination.
While directed particularly towards concerned governments, we expect that this Handbook will also be useful to social partners, the media, non-governmental organizations and academia. Furthermore, we hope that the Handbook will inspire further dialogue and cooperation among national authorities and other stakeholders, and stimulate the exchange of information and good practice among States
- Executive Summary
- International Legal Framework for the Protection of Migrant Workers
- Issues Underlying Policy Responses in Countries of Origin and Destination
- Developing Policies in Countries of Origin to Protect Migrant Workers
- Developing Policies in Countries of Origin to Optimize the Benefits of Organized Labour Migration
- Administration of Labour Migration
- Foregin Labour Admission Policies
- Post-Admission Policies: Rights of Migrant Workers
- Measures to Prevent or Reduce Irregular Labour Migration
- Inter-State Cooperation