Diplomacy Training Program on Capacity Building for Promoting the Rights of Migrant Workers in the Middle East, North Africa and Asia is going to be held on 9- 13 April 2019 in Beirut, Lebanon.
The five day Diplomacy Training Program is being hosted in partnership with Migrant Forum Asia (MFA) and Cross-Regional Center for Refugees and Migrants (CCRM), according to DTP website.
The participants, including migration experts from the GCC countries, the Middle East and Asia are invited to take part in the regional training course on human rights advocacy and migrant workers in the Middle East.
The training program is expected to build the knowledge and skills to protect and promote the human rights of migrant workers.
It is also expected to enable participants to more effectively use internationally agreed standards and mechanisms in their advocacy for the human rights of migrant workers in the Middle East.
The residential program will also provide a valuable forum for the sharing of knowledge and skills, and for the building of support networks and collaboration between countries of origin and destination.
Migration experts and migrants rights campaigners from Bangladesh have left for Beirut to take part in the training.