Belgium

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On this page you can find information about the labour market in Belgium: procedures, initiatives, tools for skills recognition, external links and more. 

Belgium has a federal state structure with three regions (Brussels, Flanders and Wallonia). In Belgium the competencies related to migration policy are divided among several departments of the federal state, the communities and regions. Belgium therefore has no single government body responsible for all migration related issues, which results in different migration, asylum and integration procedures in each region. In principle, after four months beneficiaries of international protection move from an asylum seeker centre to individual housing where local social welfare centres and NGO’s in the region become important support actors and they are allowed to access the labour market. People with a granted refugee status do not need a work permit and can directly access the labour market. Those who are granted subsidiary protection status (who get a residency permit for a year) need to apply for a work permit (if not self-employed). Information about skills and diploma recognition can be found at ENIC-NARIC.  


 
 
 
 
 

O projektu SKILLS2WORK

Cilj projekta Skills2Work je zagotoviti boljše pogoje za zgodnje in uspešno vključevanje oseb z mednarodno zaščito na trg dela, in sicer preko izboljšav sistema sprejema ter krepitve zmogljivosti relevantnih ustanov, ponudnikov storitev, posrednikov in delodajalcev. Skill s2Work spodbuja zgodnje vrednotenje kompetenc in na spretnostih utemeljeno poklicno usmerjanje ter omogoča dostop do informacij in storitev za prepoznavanje spretnosti.

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