Jawa, September 11 (OurVoice): The first 5 day long ‘Peer to Peer learning’ on ‘Gender Responsive Reintegration and Diaspora Engagement of migration stakeholders’ will be held at Pullman hotel in Jawa, Indonesia from 16 to 20 September.
The program is being organized by the German development organization, GIZ on behalf of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development with an aim to create space for cross-regional knowledge exchange, in which government representatives at different levels as well as civil society and other non-government actors can share lessons learned and best practices in the context of migration governance, directly linked to migration related SDGs and goals of the Global Compact for Migration (GCM).
Five members of the Global Academy on Migration and Development (GAMD) will be attending the program and act as moderators in different sessions including Jose Galvez (Ecuador), Estrella Mai Dizon-Anonuev (Philippines), Efrain Jimenez (Mexico-America), Freesca Syafitri (Indonesia) and Bikash Chowdhury Barua (Netherlands-Bangladesh).
Mentionable that GAMD is the off-shoot of ‘Migration Laboratory’ set up by the German development organization in 2017 with 33 development actors both government and civil society from 18 countries across the globe in order to find out ways on how migration can benefit all.
The Peer to Peer (P2P) learning will be participated by different government and civil society representatives from Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Malaysia, Nepal, Netherland, Philippine, Singapore, USA, United Kingdom and Vietnam.