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International Labor Office Opens Session Today; Will Discuss Racial Discrimination

August 26, 1946
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Racial discrimination in migration will be discussed by the migration committee of the International Labor Office which will begin its meetings here tomorrow. Twenty-three governments, including the United States, are participating in the sessions in addition to observers from Canada, Britain, UNRRA, the United Nations and the Inter-Governmental Committee on Refugees.

Other questions on the committee’s agenda include the exchange of views on prospects of migration, international cooperation to facilitate the resumption of organized migration and the technical problems involved in the selection of immigrants.

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