From Bertelsmann Future Challenges
All countries are challenged to make better use of the potential economic, social and cultural benefits of international migration and, at the same time, to minimize the negative consequences. Realizing both aims requires many preconditions that have yet to be put in place. It is necessary, for example, to consider the impact of all key national policymaking decisions (labor market policies, trade policies, social welfare policies, etc.) on international migration. And since migration is a cross-border phenomenon, it is crucial that international cooperation be encouraged when it comes to establishing migration policies.
Migration Sessions at the Global Economic Symposium 2011
The first link of each session will take you GES Policy Wiki on FutureChallenges.org to propose concrete solutions, the second link leads you to the GES 2011 Session Information.
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