Publications

Rapport de formation des points focaux des syndicats membres du Réseau Syndical Migrations Méditerranéennes – Subsahariennes (RSMMS)

The workshop with representatives from RSMMS, taking place in Tunis the 6th - 8th of October, aimed to nourish a coordinated inter-regional approach, with the aim of:

- harmonizing the action plan;

- strengthening the presence of unions in the field;

- operationalizing the objectives of the "Casablanca Declaration" that is the founding document of the RSMMS (August 8, 2014).

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Analyse critique du Pacte mondial pour des migrations sûres, ordonnées et régulières, à la base du Plaidoyer du RSMMS

This work provides a critical analysis of the development process of the "Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration – PMM”. It’s part of RSMMS Advocacy (January 2018) allowing to assess a common voice of the RSMMS members in relation to the PMM. The work was done with the support of the PROMIG-FES project (2017-2020).

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Emigrer pour l’emploi : un projet individuel, sans l’appui d’une politique migratoire

This report examines the scale and characteristics of Tunisian emigration and its relation to sectoral public policies. It then presents an in-depth analysis of emigration to France, the Arab countries and other African countries showing how migration corridors via public employment agencies remain underexploited. Finally, the study examines the obstacles to overcome for a migration management within which individual migratory projects are supported by a national migration public policy.

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More unity and solidarity: Two things we need for migration governance in Africa

The article presents the perspective of PROMIG-FES (2017-2020) in relation to the governance of labor migration, highlighting the importance of trade unions as actors in the field of migration. The challenges of migration are complex. In response, the actions require a shared and coordinated strategy suggesting concrete and rights-based alternatives to the security approach dominating the migration management. The article was written based on a trade union mission to Agadez, a crossroads city where European migration policies are confronted with the African realities.

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Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

Department for Middle East and North Africa
FES Berlin
Hiroshimastraße 28
10785 Berlin

info.nahost(at)fes.de

About FES 

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung has a network of eleven country offices in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and implements projects in a total of 14 countries. Some offices, such as Egypt or Sudan, look back at a history of more than 40 years of cooperation.

Offices in the Region