- Silk Routes Partnership
20 April 2016 In collaboration with ILO, the Silk Routes Partnership project established - as...
28 April 2014 With the adoption of the Istanbul Ministerial Declaration, the UK funded project...
25 September 2015 The capacity of Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to train new...
Antalya, 15 December – As the monitoring and steering body of the Budapest Process, the annual...
5 June 2014 Hungary, as the lead partner of the project ‛Support to the Silk Routes Partnership...
|27 - 28 March 2017|
Iraq National Workshop on Diaspora Engagement Policy Development
|27 - 28 April 2017|
Pakistan National Workshop on Labour Migration Policy Development
| 7 - 8 May 2017|
Pilot Project 2 - Silk Routes – RELEC
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