Tag: migration

Legal committee addressing breaches of labour laws

Legal committee addressing breaches of labour laws

- September 9, 2022

Labour Minister, Joseph Hamilton recently announced the formation of a labour committee aimed at addressing breaches of the labour laws. ... Read More

IOM hosts workshop to address migrant labour integration in Guyana

IOM hosts workshop to address migrant labour integration in Guyana

- September 2, 2022

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) led a Private Sector and Labour Migration Stakeholder Workshop to discuss policies regarding the ... Read More

Government addressing challenges to safe, orderly migration

Government addressing challenges to safe, orderly migration

- April 12, 2021

The PPP/C Government is undertaking a series of initiatives to promote safe and orderly migration, in keeping with the Global ... Read More

Cuba and Guyana discuss migration matters

Cuba and Guyana discuss migration matters

- April 11, 2019

─ request made for govt to relook the non-visa requirement for Cuban Nationals ─ request has been taken into consideration, ... Read More

MoPH to embark on new initiative to train 100 nurses per batch

MoPH to embark on new initiative to train 100 nurses per batch

- September 4, 2018

─ response to 1,000 nurses’ deficit DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, September 4, 2018 The Ministry of Public Health is about to ... Read More

IOM and Government to strengthen collaboration

IOM and Government to strengthen collaboration

- June 13, 2018

  officials meet with Min. Harmon DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, June 13, 2018 Representatives of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) ... Read More

Government creating conditions for development – Minister Bulkan

Government creating conditions for development – Minister Bulkan

- May 22, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan said the vast migration of especially young Guyanese over ... Read More

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