Labour Mobility Policy Will Hugely Respond To Unemployment

courtesy of newtimes Rwanda

By Fred K. Nkusi

In many countries, existing policy and legal frameworks guarantee the rights of skilled-workers, including migrant workers, but no clear protection of, for example, domestic workers.

It would be virtually impossible for Rwanda to ensure the protection of migrants who would work in households. And in many instances the migrants who go and work in informal sector are more vulnerable to trafficking due to lack of information, inability to speak language of destination country, lack of legal information of judicial authorities as well as the whole systematic approach…Read more>>


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