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Workshop on Temporary Migrant Workers Programs

 

 

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In addition, a second stage of the study is expected to be carried out, together with 

ECLAC/CELADE, about estimated numbers of potential direct and indirect beneficiaries of the 

Ibero-American Multilateral Convention on Social Security, deepening the analysis through 

complementary studies with the aim of helping to improve the economic and social status of 

Ibero-American migrant workers. 

SEGIB, responsible for the implementation of the commands of the Chiefs of State and Ibero-

American Government, considers that to comply with this homework in matters of migration and 

development, its actions must be geared towards promoting a programmatic convergence between the 

relevant national and international counterparts, including civil society.  

SEGIB has co-sponsored this Workshop of the Regional Conference on Migration (RCM), 

trusting that the results will be relevant inputs in implementing the Montevideo Commitment, the 

Cuenca Program of Action, and the II Meeting of the Ibero-American Forum on Migration and 

Development, foreseen to take place in El Salvador in 2010. 

4. Perspective on the Mobility of the Latin American Talent 

Marco Penado 

Global integration of economies and enterprises is causing a rapid increase in the exchange of money 

and goods at an international level. This globalization process, which has been progressing at a 

vertiginous speed in the past decades, is now facing a new challenge: Globalization of Talent.  

The trends driving the movement of persons, as the conditions of financial and commercial 

globalization, have underlying structural causes that cannot be reversed:  

1.  The global demographic structure in countries of destination and countries of origin, 

which reveals a need to attract talent in the former and an opportunity to meet that 

demand in the latter. 

2.  Differences in income and quality of life, which also translate into unmet needs and 

economic and social opportunities. 

3.  The technology and communications revolution, specifically in information and 

transportation, which makes it easier for individuals and organizations to establish socio-

technical networks and facilitates transfer and circulation of resources and activities. 

Movement manifests in multiple ways – from various talent circulation schemes being 

promoted by global enterprises to new telework models, an increase in the number of persons studying 

abroad, and migration flows as an economic and social phenomenon. All these phenomena are 

different forms of the same challenge of globalization of talent, and all the above manifestations of the 

movement of persons play a relevant role in transforming Latin America. 

Latin America – with developing economies, social institutions in the process of being 

consolidated, and population pyramids with predominance of youth – stands out as a significant source 

of talent for the world within the next two decades. Latin America’s process of modernizing and opening 

up, as well as the availability of human capital at all socio-cultural, educational, and technical levels, 

suggests that a decade with historic challenges and opportunities can be anticipated for the region. 

The dynamics of transnational localization of the operational processes of enterprises, the 

integration of trans-border and trans-regional supply chains, and the current pace of global trade are 

causing an increase in tensions on the labor market and thus, greater movement of persons at a global 

level. Labor requirements for today’s economic activities transcend geo-political barriers in the same 

manner as other goods. Movement of talent is required by countries of destination, both to incorporate 

brains and to solve structural economic problems and invigorate their internal markets. In addition, in 

societies of origin labor movement stimulates the potential of individuals at all levels and from all 

professions and specialized fields because it improves access to new information, economic 



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