Youth employment ILO Chief: Less austerity, more investment needed to tackle youth jobs crisis Failing to act on the youth jobs crisis would sow the seeds of social unrest and destroy hopes for sustainable growth. That is a cost the world cannot afford, ILO Director-General Guy Ryder said at a conference on youth employment in Budapest.
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Migrant workers harvest cucumbers on a farm in Virginia. A new report from the World Bank today estimates that there are more than 247 million migrants worldwide who sent $436 billion to the developing world in 2014. Photo by Elizabeth Pohl/Bread for the World/Flickr
“A lot of actors are migrant workers. We travel all over the world, we construct stories, we build life but cannot be divided,” Bernal said while presenting the award for Best Animated Feature Film. “As a Mexican, as a Latin American, as a migrant worker, as a human being I’m against any form of wall that wants to separate us.”SHAME HE CAN'T READ ANYTHING BESIDES SCRIPTS