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Attention should be given to the review of policies, the practices of the migration industry and intermediaries, and the accountability of employers. The guiding principles of approaching migration issues should be the use of dialogue, responsibility-sharing – by countries of destination and countries of origin as well as employers, recruiters, and migrant workers – the promotion of human rights, and a commitment to narrowing gaps in equality…there must be a degree of tolerance for irregular migration, as eradicating irregular migration is quite unrealistic and, thus, should not be the end goal. Instead, attention should be given to achieving equilibrium – at the end of the day, there is the question of the human rights of migrant workers in irregular situations.
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