Good Practices in Migrant Integration: Trainer’s Manual
This training manual published by the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) includes 10 modules focusing on different aspects of the migrant integration process in receiving countries. The manual is intended for use during training courses for government officials, members of parliament, representatives of national, regional and local authorities, social partners and civil society actors involved in developing, implementing and reviewing migrant integration policies in the OSCE region.
The modules contain sessions of varying length, with each module lasting approximately half a day. The authors encourage OSCE countries to tailor the curriculum and the training materials to their particular audiences and country contexts. The trainer’s manual is accompanied by a separate manual for trainees.
The specific objectives of the training course and materials are:
- To increase awareness of existing international legal standards, OSCE commitments and good practices related to migrant integration among national authorities and civil society actors working on migrant integration
- To increase the capacity of national authorities to develop and implement migrant integration policies and practices that are in line with relevant international legal standards, OSCE commitments and national good practices
- To increase awareness among relevant civil society actors of issues relating to migrant integration, and inform them of the appropriate domestic policies and practices that are in line with international legal standards, OSCE commitments and national good practices