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This session of the conference was devoted to hearing the views of employers and workers organizations – key constituents of the International Labour Office (ILO). Workers and employers have a direct and vital interest in moves to liberalize trade and migration. Employers have always advocated more liberal rules for the admission of foreign workers in order to have access to skills and expertise that may not be easily obtainable at home. Trade unions, on the other hand, have always sought to protect the interests of their members and of all workers employed in their countries.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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