Boosting "financial inclusion" for migrant cash is "a low-hanging fruit"

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UN Special Representative for International Migration Louise Arbour. UN Photo/Mark Garten

Allowing families who receive cash from migrants working overseas access to reliable financial services, is "a low-hanging fruit" which would boost sustainable development.

That's the view of Louise Arbour, the UN Special Representative for International Migration.

She was speaking at the Fourth Informal Thematic Session on the global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration, taking place at UN Headquarters, on Monday and Tuesday.

Matt Wells has more.

Duration: 2’55″

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