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Georgia: Managing Mobility and Migration to drive development

 

In the frame of Georgia’s mobility partnership with the EU, the Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM) is supporting Georgia with a pilot project to leverage migration for sustainable development.

The pilot project is active in three main areas:  

Through this website, we provide:

You can find the project fact sheet here

 

Main target group of this website are: 

  • Georgians in Germany who are interested in return to Georgia
  • Georgian professionals of the health-care or hospitality sector who are interested in enhancing their skills through a limited professional stay in Germany 

Whether returning to Georgia, obtaining a German degree, gaining professional experience or participating in continued education is your aim – we believe that new knowledge can lead to positive and lasting changes – both for the economy and for society at large.

 

We would like to encourage you to use our exchange platform to build networks with other professionals.

 

The pilot project ‘Strengthening the development potential of the EU mobility partnership in Georgia through targeted circular migration and diaspora mobilisation’ is implemented with two local partners in Georgia: the Public Service Development Agency (PSDA) and the Georgian Small and Medium Enterprises Association (GSMEA). The pilot project is conducted on behalf of the European Union and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).  

 

 


News

International Experts visit in Georgia

05/20/2016

International Experts visit in Georgia

In April 2016, two international experts Ms. Passant Sobhi, representing VET sector and Mr. Piotr Kazmierkiewicz from labour migration field, visited Georgia within the frames of the project, to provide consultancy to Georgian policy makers, the latter representing a core objective of the migration policy advice component of the EU co-funded project “Strengthening the Development Potential of the EU Mobility Partnership in Georgia through Targeted Circular Migration and Diaspora Mobilization”. The project is run by the Center for International Migration (CIM), Public Service Development Agency and Small and Medium Enterprises Association of Georgia (GSMEA). >>


“Not the end, but the beginning of something new”: Final Conference of the Project „Strengthening the development potential of the EU mobility partnership in Georgia through targeted circular migration and diaspora mobilization” in Tbilisi, Georgia

05/20/2016

“Not the end, but the beginning of something new”: Final Conference of the Project „Strengthening the development potential of the EU mobility partnership in Georgia through targeted circular migration and diaspora mobilization” in Tbilisi, Georgia

On April 26, the project partners and stakeholders gathered for final conference of the project in Tbilisi, with the aim to discuss the project final results and lessons learnt, also to present to the public future cooperation plans and activities. >>


The press conference was held on 16 March, 2016 sharing the results of the Diaspora Conference & Job Fair conducted in Germany, Frankfurt am Main

03/16/2016

The press conference was held on 16 March, 2016 sharing the results of the Diaspora Conference & Job Fair conducted in Germany, Frankfurt am Main

The press conference was held on 16, March 2016 at Tbilisi Marriot Hotel. Deputy Head of Government Administration, Ms. Nino Kobakhidze, Senior Advisor of the Centre for International Migration and Development, Dr. Irma Tsereteli and Chief Advisor to the State Minister of Georgia on Diaspora Issues, Ms. Nino Matiashvili shared the results of the Diaspora Conference & Job Fair which took place in Germany, Frankfurt am Main on March 10 and 11. >>


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