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28 February 2014 LAUNCH OF IOE POLICY WORKING GROUP ON INTERNATIONAL LABOUR MIGRATION – MOVING SKILLS ACROSS BORDERS There is growing global interest in the issue of migration particularly international labour migration. The main focus of such discussions is how to enhance cooperation amongst governments in order to maximize the benefits of migration while minimizing the risks. Migration remains a very sensitive issue and has been described by many experts as “the unfinished business of globalization”. The need to find common ground is evidenced by the number of discussions taking place. Apart from the ILO, IOM and the UN High-Level Dialogue on Migration and Development, we are now seeing initiatives by the Global Forum on Migration and Development(GFMD) and the Global Migration Group, whose current chair is the Director-General of the ILO, Mr. Guy Ryder. As beneficiaries/end users of migrant labour, employers are increasingly being called upon to contribute to such debates. Multinational companies have to pay particular attention to their supply chains in order not to be caught up in human trafficking and to promote ethical recruitment practices. As the global voice of employers in labour and social policy debate at international level, there are growing requests of the IOE, and indeed proactive demand, to contribute to these discussions in order to ensure that the voice, perspectives and contribution of the private sector is taken into account. It is for this reason that the IOE is launching its Policy Working Group on International Labour Migration. The particular focus of this working group will be the cross-border movement of skills. The group will engage in activity around the following:  Collaboration with the IOM on the promotion of guiding principles on ethical recruitment of migrant workers.  Partnerships with the IOM on its Public–Private Alliance for Fair and Ethical recruitment.  Collaboration with the ILO on migration policy and practices based on labour market needs.  The way forward with regard to ILO Conventions 97 and 143 on migrant workers.  Employer perspectives on emerging issues being discussed by the High-Level Dialogue on Migration and Development, GFMD.  Mobilisation of employer expertise and experience in global migration governance  Coherent employer policies to shape and influence migration debate  Sharing of research and data on migration trends and identification of areas where more research and data are needed  Sharing best practices to facilitate safe and orderly cross border movement of skills  Innovative ways to sustain enterprises through labour mobility, taking into account labour market needs and demographic trends

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