The Labor Movement and Civil Society Forward Migrants’ Rights at the International Level

July 17, 2013

For the past few days, representatives from more than 300 diverse international organizations gathered at the United Nations in New York to tackle these critical questions, begin building connections across borders and discuss and develop strategies for bringing these issues to the forefront of the international development agenda.

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