Recently, bilateral labour agreements, such as bilateral agreements and memoranda of understanding on labour immigration, have gained importance as instruments facilitating labour mobility. While these measures can play an important role in protecting the rights of migrant workers, they have a number of practical shortcomings in both their design and implementation. Despite the fact that EU Member States have participated in many bilateral agreements and Poland`s experience in this area remains limited. To address these issues, icMPD organizes introductory training on bilateral agreements and memoranda of understanding for key Polish stakeholders involved in labour immigration policy. Bilateral Labour Agreements (BLA) and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) have become popular instruments for the protection of migrant workers to address the challenges of ensuring the accessibility of social protection (Wickramasekara, 2015). The International Labour Organization (ILO) has recognized BLAs and MOUs as a good practice in the management of labour immigration (Wickramasekara and Ruhunage, 2018). Today, millions of people around the world migrate in search of jobs to earn a living. Migrant workers face a large number of vulnerabilities and challenges in their destination countries, including access to social protection. . . .