A New World of Migration: The Development Challenge

Speakers:
Peter D. Sutherland Special Representative for Migration and Development, United Nations
William Lacy Swing Director General, International Organization for Migration
Presider:
Doris M. Meissner Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Institute
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This session will explore how governments, the private sector, and civil society should address the profound political, economic, and social implications of international migration, including how to confront anti-immigrant populism, create governance and cooperation structures to address transnational challenges, and build inclusive companies and societies.

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