Developing effective up-to-date programs that benefit migrant workers is one of the primary goals of RMMRU. Below is a list of the programs RMMRU is currently engaged in:
Time Frame: January 2017 to March 2018
Funded By: British Council
RMMRU has started working on the Fairer Labour Migration (FLM) project supported by British Council to establish good governance in migration sector in Bangladesh. Under the project, RMMRU will take a series of initiatives at grassroots level to ensure application of the Migration Act 2013, conduct researches and will take different activities to make a strong grievance management system at field level.
The Major Objectives of the Project:
1. Establishing fair recruitment system in the field of labour migration from Bangladesh.
2. Ensuring the protection of the migrants and their family members.
3. Assisting the local government institutions in Bangladesh in order to enhance their skills and helping them to establishing the overall rule of law.
Time Frame: July 2010 – June 2017
In partnership with: University of Sussex, UK
Funded by: DFID, UK
The Research Program Consortium (RPC) is a collective of international research organizations spearheaded by the University of Sussex. Migrating Out of Poverty is a program lead by the RPC that is dedicated to providing research evidence that contributes to improved policies surrounding the well being of poor migrants, their communities and countries. As a member of the RPC, RMMRU, hopes to engage in innovative research, capacity building and communications activities ensuring an equal amount of impact and global reach through international academic collaboration. You can read more about this exciting program here!
For more information on any of the above ongoing programs please contact us at email@example.com