Seismic demographic shifts which have created large skills gaps throughout the world provide a possible opportunity for the private sector, civil society and governments to work together on concrete practical solutions to the crisis around massive flows of migrants and refugees. Connecting this talent pool to global work opportunities benefits the private sector, workers, and worldwide economic development. Improving the global immigration system is necessary to facilitate the successful integration of refugees and migrants into the labour force, as well as meet gaps in the labour market.
Identifying best practices is one of the first steps to improving migration systems and creating new, innovative solutions. See below for various presentations from our business partners that provide insight for best practices: