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Davos Open Forum 2003 - Labour Wanted: Locals Preferred Forum - Labour Wanted: Locals PreferredWith growing economic integration and changing demographic trends, migration is putting pressure on national governments. Key actors in the labour market, such as businesses, want governments to facilitate the movement of people across national borders.The agenda points are:1) What are the implications of migration flows and their related risks?2) What are the responsibilities of government and business in enhancing the integration of foreign workers?3) How should society act to avoid the onset of racial intolerance?A session in collaboration with the Swiss Red CrossWolfgang Auw?rter-Kuhn, Chief Executive Officer, Kuhn Rikon, SwitzerlandDaniel Biedermann, Director, Swiss Red Cross, SwitzerlandDidier J. CherpitelPhilip J. Jennings, General Secretary, UNI Global Union, SwitzerlandSusan F. Martin, Director, Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University, USABrunson McKinley, Director-General, International Organization for Migration (IOM), GenevaModerated byHannes Britschgi
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