ALO discusses September 11 attacks implications on Arab expatriates
Regional-USA, Local, 1/31/2002
The Arab Labor Organization ALO has discussed on Wednesday within the deliberations of its two day meetings the reflections of September 11 attacks on the track of the Arab immigrants, labor force and communities in both Europe and the US.
The ALO secretary general Ibrahim Qweider said that the organization will hold a plenary meeting with groups representing main Arab intellectuals, researchers and experts to discuss the implications of September 11 on Arab expatriates and workers and how they were harassed following the attacks against New York and Washington and psychological, economic, social, cultural and political consequences they suffer and the racial discrimination they have been undergoing since September 11, 2001.
The participants in the meeting will also discuss the process of economic relations and interests between the Arab and the western states, the status of the provisional and international migration and the all items to be discussed on this meeting will be on top of the agenda of the next ALO conference due to be held in Cairo on March 2nd through 8, 2003.
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