Minister of Immigration and Absorption Pnina Tamano Sheta met today (Monday) together with OECD Ambassador Haim Asraf with Director of the Organization for Labor and Welfare’s Organization Stefano Scarpata and with the Director of the Organization’s Immigration Division, Jean-Christophe Dumont. The four agreed on continuing to strengthen relations between the organization and the Israeli government and on increasing cooperation on issues of absorption and welfare.
Tamano Sheta said that “the partnership with the OECD is important because it violates both the State of Israel and the organization. “Through finding a job adapted to skills and ending with programs designed for immigrants without compromising the culture and authenticity of the countries of origin from which they came.”
In recent years, the OECD has been researching the field of immigration alongside the effects of population aging. At the forefront of the challenges facing the countries of the organization is how to integrate the immigrants into the labor market so that it matches their skills. The Ministry of Immigration and Absorption takes part in all issues of immigration absorption within a community, such as language, integration, etc.
The OECD and the Ministry of Immigration and Absorption hold a fruitful dialogue and draw inspiration from each other and learn a lot from the various processes implemented in the organizations. The purpose of the current visit, as stated, is to strengthen the interaction between the organization and the ministry and to continue the cooperation between the two for the purpose of research and policy development on these issues.
The visit of Minister of Immigration and Absorption Pnina Tamano Sheta is the first visit of a senior figure in the Israeli government to the organization since the corona broke out about a year and a half ago.
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