Immigration, Workforce and the New Europe

Immigration, Workforce and the New Europe



As Brexit nears, multinational corporations are reassessing their long-term investments in Britain, with many questioning exactly how Brexit will affect trade across the European Union. Meanwhile, as a result of the ongoing refugee crisis, a record number of refugees - some highly trained, many not - have made new homes in Europe and are eager to find jobs. As the region navigates these dual workforce challenges, this session will explore emerging priorities, the unforeseen obstacles, and creative solutions to a complex social and business challenge.

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Migration Policy Institute Europe; Senior Advisor, Transatlantic Council on Migration, MPI

Paul Collier, Senior Fellow, Milken Institute; Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

Syed Kamall, Conservative MEP for London; Leader of the European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Group, European Parliament

Parag Khanna, Managing Director, Hybrid Reality Pte Ltd.

Published November 27, 2017