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Monday, 16 September 2013

Migration and asylum: Ghana revives agreement with Italy

The government of Ghana plans to revive the Bilateral Agreement on Migration to enable Ghanaian workers in the Agricultural Sector to work in Italy work legally in Italy, informed Minister of Employment and Labour Relations (MELR), Nii Armah Ashieteym after the Italian Ambassador Laura Carpini paid a courtesy call on him. “The Bilateral Agreement, which was started in 2011, has still not been finalized. The agreement would allow Ghanaian migrant workers to work in the Agricultural sector of Italy”, he added.
The minister said the Italian Government played a key role in collaboration with the European Commission to support Ghana in its strides to manage and organize Labour Migration. He disclosed that, the government of Ghana will organize a study tour to the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of Italy in order to strengthen the bilateral relationship that exists.
The agreement follows the AENEAS 2006 Labour Migration Project which was set up with the objective of establishing proper mechanisms for migration management through the national assessment of labour migration policies, capacity building activities and information campaigns on risks of irregular migration in some African countries where asylum issues are particularly acute.

Source: AllAfrica

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