Nyasha Muchichwa is an Economist- Researcher with the Labour and Economic Development Research Institute of Zimbabwe (LEDRIZ). He holds an Executive Masters in Applied Labour Economics for Development from the Science Po-France and MSc in Applied Labour Economics for Development from the University of Turin-Italy. He specializes in employment, youth development, decent work, labour migration, collective bargaining and the informal economy. He is a member of the Collective Bargaining Support for Africa Initiative and the Africa Labour Research Network. He also participated in the development of the National Employment Policy Framework, Labour Migration Policy and the National Skill Development Policy. He also reviewed Zimbabwe’s Decent Work Country Programmes and participated in the write-up of new programmes. Nyasha is a Trained Trainer for the African Regional Labour Administration Centre (ARLAC)- Basic Labour Market Studies. He tutors Online and Blended Courses for the International Training Centre-ILO. He has acted in the capacity of the Labour Migration Focal Point for the SATUCC and he is a member of ATUMNET.