Ambassadors of the Colombo Process Member States in Sri Lanka gather for the latest update on the progress and achievements of the Colombo Process under the Sri Lanka’s ChairmanshipThursday, 05 January 2017
Under the auspices of Honourable Thalatha Atukorale, the Minister of Foreign Employment, Sri Lanka, and the Chair-in-Office of the Colombo Process (CP), the Colombo Process Ambassadors’ Meeting in Colombo was convened by the Ministry of Foreign Employment (MFE), Sri Lanka, on 5 January 2017.
Thematic Area Working Group on Skills and Qualification Recognition met for its Second Meeting via BluejeansThursday, 01 December 2016
The Chair of the Thematic Area Working Group (TAWG) on Skills and Qualification Recognition, Sri Lanka, convened the Second Meeting for the TAWG on 1 December 2016. This was the very first meeting for the CP Member States (CPMS) to exclusively meet online by using the video conference tool, Bluejeans.
Hon. Minister Thalatha Atukorale says “Colombo Process will seek to be a bridge between labour sending and receiving countries in Asia”Friday, 14 October 2016
The Minister of Foreign Employment, Hon. Thalatha Atukorale, who is also the Chair-in-Office of the Colombo Process (CP) has said, Sri Lanka is providing leadership for the CP to be a bridge between labour sending and receiving countries fostering strong partnership for the Asian region.
The Member States reaffirmed their concerted efforts for safe, orderly and regular migration of workers through the adoption of the Colombo Ministerial DeclarationThursday, 25 August 2016
The 5th Ministerial Consultation of the Colombo Process was convened in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on 25 August 2016 with the participation of Ministerial-level delegations from all 11 Member States.
Senior Officials of the Colombo Process Member States gathered in Colombo to discuss ways to harmonize the regulatory frameworks for recruitment agenciesTuesday, 23 August 2016
Across the Colombo Process Member States, regulating private recruitment agencies attract policy attention and efforts, given their predominance in international recruitment of migrant workers in Asia.