PMC Research is conducting the following two distinct Regulatory Impact Assessments (RIAs) on labor migration, assessing the current legislation on labor migration and proposed changes to the law:
The aims of the project are to conduct a self-evaluation of the Tsalka Local Action Group’s (LAG) activities, and to identify existing achievements and challenges in order to increase the effectiveness of the organization’s performance.
The project aims to train colleges’ management teams in the accurate identification of college goals and missions as well as in the assessment of existing resources, challenges, and needs in order to develop sound project ideas that contribute to colleges’ institutional development and to respond adequately to existing market demands.
The main goals of this project are to examine the application and enrollment procedures in vocational education and training (VET) programs and to provide an assessment of the preliminary results of the newly-introduced policy changes. The study relies on an analysis of qualitative and quantitative data to garner insights into the challenges regarding the enrollment process in vocational programs and to provide relevant recommendations.
This is a research initiative that gathers researchers and practitioners from both sides of dividing lines to explore local needs and perceptions of everyday peace in conflict-affected communities by employing an innovative Everyday Peace Indicators (EPI) methodology.