Unions and Civil Society Speak Out for International Migrants’ Rights and Decent Work

May 19, 2014

International migration drives the global economy. There are about 232 million migrants in the world, the overwhelming majority moving to work and building a better life. Governments have a responsibility to answer a fundamental question that impacts the entire global labor market: How should people be treated as they move from their communities and across borders? 

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