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The Ministry of Manpower has announced an “international coordination” to start implementing a media plan and to benefit from the experts of the social partners, and from the mechanisms and departments of the ministry to raise awareness of the dangers of illegal immigration raise, provided that this “campaign” extends from the inside out, with the aim of formulating and implementing the framework of that campaign on To include “vision, mission, goals, audiences and partnerships” and prepare a strategy based on the analysis of the target audience, ways to reach it, defining the rights of job seekers and current workers abroad, providing awareness of rights and duties, ways to obtain employment opportunities abroad, and submitting complaints and reports in case of incident Any abuse or fraud.
A press release said today, Wednesday, that the Ministry of Manpower held a coordination meeting with the “Strengthening Immigration Management Through Institutional Support” project, which is implemented by the Ministry in cooperation with the National Coordinating Committee for Combating and Preventing Illegal Immigration and Human Trafficking, and the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development (AECID), which is implemented by the Ministry. This includes the implementation of a number of activities related to the Ministry’s work areas and the fight against illegal immigration of young people, the development of cooperation mechanisms, and the development of an action plan to implement the project’s goals.
The representatives of the project from the Spanish side explained the importance of the media campaign that will achieve these goals, and are working on the formulation and implementation of a campaign framework with the aim of raising awareness about how to look for work abroad and to ensure in an appropriate and ethical manner to ensure the legality of residence and work in other countries, as well as awareness of national legislation and ways to protect job seekers Work and current workers within Egypt, within the framework of an informational, positive , persuasive and influential message that reflects the positive changes resulting from alternative solutions.
At the beginning of the meeting, Amal Abdel Mawgoud, Head of the Central Department of Foreign Relations, welcomed the participants and confirmed the ministry’s readiness to cooperate with the authorities involved in Egyptian labor matters at home and abroad, and to exchange experiences to achieve the best. practices in the field of immigration management He referred to the zeal of the Ministry of Manpower in the recent period to spread awareness and provide real information, and to be credible in the implementation of the directives of the Minister of Manpower, Hassan Shehata , and to emphasize the awareness of citizens and their scientific qualification for the internal and external labor market Coordination with the “project” on a larger scale during the coming period, and the preparation of reports and data about this project, its nature and the its importance for young people.
The media consultant added that the ministry has many media mechanisms in all Egyptian media offices to alert and warn citizens about all suspicious actions and the risks they face of being led by fake pages or advertisements published by them, and that follows and monitors all these rumors in real time and denies them on its official pages on various social media. Within the framework of a plan to educate and warn and take legal measures for it, and that the Ministry has a number of mechanisms to work inside and outside the project, including labor offices in Arab and foreign countries, and continuous communication with all visual, audio and print media, and there is a specialized magazine affiliated with the Ministry called The “Labour Magazine” was established in 1963. A new media plan was developed in it. which highlights the most important labor issues in the local, Arab and international arena.
A daily website in Arabic and English has also been designed for it and will be launched soon. This will play a major role in spreading awareness of the project’s goals.
Rasha Abdel Basset, Director General of the General Department of International and Regional Affairs, pointed out the importance of the project “Strengthening migration management through institutional support”, referring to the background of this cooperation by holding a series of coordination meetings to ‘ to develop a future action plan, target groups and participating parties between the working teams of the Ministry and the Coordinating Committee for Migration Control Illegal to achieve the objectives of the project, including strengthening the capacities of national authorities and exchanging experiences to best practices on the area of migration management, achieving stability, and addressing the root causes of illegal migration and displaced persons in Africa, by achieving the following determinants: Improving knowledge related to migration and data management in the field of management, with special attention For data related to employability d, strengthening political, legislative, institutional and regulatory frameworks in the field of migration management, and raising awareness of the risks of irregular migration and alternative opportunities.
The meeting was attended by the ministry: Amal Abdel-Mawgoud, head of the central department of foreign relations at the ministry, Abdel-Wahhab Khader, media advisor and official spokesperson of the ministry, Rasha Abdel-Basit, director general of the general department of International and Regional Affairs at the Ministry, Mohamed Abdel-Fattah, Media Coordinator at the Ministry of Manpower, and Mohamed Abdel-Rahman, a member of the office. The media figure of the ministry, and Shaima Youssef, a member of the media office of the ministry, and Mustafa Salah Mustafa, a project coordinator at the Department of External Representation. On the “project” side: Dr. Khaled Al-Naqadi, a member of the technical secretariat and director of the Capacity Building and Training Grant Unit of the National Coordinating Committee for Combating and Preventing Illegal Immigration and Human Trafficking, and Theodora Diamnopoulos, Blanca Remon, and Monica Gonzales, Project Manager at the Spanish Cooperation Office in Cairo.