Sudan shows the importance of the media in the positive effects of labour migration

The delegation of the Sudan participating in the training course on strengthening the professional capacities of the media on labour migration, which began its work yesterday in the city of Djibouti, organized by the secretariat of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in cooperation with the European Union and the International Labour Organization (ILO) in the lounge of the Sheraton Hotel, presented a model of frauds previously experienced by some Sudanese migrants through a travel agency.

The delegation reviewed the pros and cons of labour migration, especially for IGAD States.

Participants also reviewed statements on their country’s labour migration.

The workshop also included reflection on technical and technical education and the use of migrant employment in the country.

The delegation addressed the possibility of economic aspects related to migration.

Coach Charles Otiman praised the Sudanese delegation’s participation in the course, adding that this idea comes in the context of the so-called training course in the countries of the IGAD region.

He also said that participation promotes and develops ideas and works to improve the main role of the session.

The session also dealt with other participants urging knowledge of the concepts and reasons for the prevalence of labour migration in the IGAD region.

In the same context, the session dealt with improving the quality of reports on labour migration, especially in IGAD countries, considering the role of the media as important in informing the public of the positive and negative impact of labour migration.

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