Our Knowledge and Influence Lead Salvatore Petronella represented LaMP at the INSPIRE Project‘s Closing Event held by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) in Brussels. In his remarks, Salvatore emphasized a ground-up approach, advocating for projects rooted in the real-world contexts of migrants and involved countries. He also highlighted the importance of multi-stakeholder engagement and economic arguments that showcase the mutual benefits of labor mobility.

The event concluded the INSPIRE project that focused on two incubated initiatives:

1) The Georgia-France-Germany Germany skills partnership scheme aimed at advancement of Georgia’s technology and innovation ecosystem,

2) The Ghana-Germany skills partnership scheme designed to implement a scalable and adaptable framework that aligns the skills supply in Ghana with the demand in Germany.

More key messages from the event can be found in the summary report below.