This helps raise awareness and further develop an open, rule-based, predictable, non-discriminatory trading and financial system This could bring together mutual migration laws which is needed because issues like 'human trafficking feeds on poverty and creates greater restrictions to legal immigration.' Better border control like a well-paced migration from poorer to richer countries; example: Germany: special visa for IT workers.
These issues are quite Interconnected: once employment is available in the poorer countries, those who cannot/does not leave the country may still have a chance to work: this is the “right kind of growth” in order to reduce poverty in developing countries, hence reduce migration patterns.
ICT has beneficial effects on economic development, nowadays ICT becomes increasingly strong determinant of growth, including the use of the Internet. If breaking digital persists, the development gap between the North and the South may get bigger.
ICT, new keys to the information society, open broad opportunities in the areas of management, commerce, education and governance. So it seems that they can contribute to the development of disadvantaged regions.
This chart describes the different occupations that illegal immigrants participate in and the percentage of unauthorized workers in each sector. The highest number of unauthorized workers: construction labourers because manual labour doesn’t need a high level of education and lower salaries are better than none
Prostitution (46%) is the largest sector and domestic servitude is 27%. 1/2 of the people into US so their children can have a ‘better life’. Most people are from East Asian and Pacific countries to US. But this situation is not just happening in the U.S. for there are a total of 800,000 people trafficked per year. The result of this issue restricted migration rules.
This image is a logo of the ITU which stands for International Telecommunication Union. The ITU created the Electronic Commerce Developing Project in order to assist developing countries in establishing necessary infrastructure to create electronic business transactions in order to bridge the gap between highly developed countries and less developed countries.
This image is of the World Trade Organization which set up a work programme in 1998 to examine all trade issues thatrelated to global electronic commerce. They set up different councils for issues such as; trade in services, goods, trade and development.