Migrants Skills to Thrive

international migration

 

Michael Clemens, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development and Research


Managing International Migration 

“The world urgently needs better tools to manage international migration. But few agree on how to make those tools, or even which ones we need.

We have a rare window of opportunity now to do this. The world has set its attention on migration as hundreds of thousands of people move across Libya, Myanmar, Mexico and elsewhere. Migration has shaken the world’s most influential elections and alliances. And the United Nations has opened negotiations for a new Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration — due in 2018.

The world cannot hope for “safe, orderly, and regular” migration without innovation: new kinds of legal migration.”

SOURCE: Migrants will keep coming from Medium.com read more

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