Published Wednesday, 21 May 2014
The summit will look at the benefits migrant workers bring to NI. (© Pacemaker)
Wednesday's meeting looked at the contributions made by people from other parts of the world and explored some of the challenges they have encountered.
It comes amid a recent rise in hate crimes across Belfast.
Michael Wardlow, Chief Commissioner of the Equality Commission, said: "Recent well publicised incidents of deplorable racist violence are a reminder of how urgent and important it is that everyone continues to work together to challenge such unacceptable behaviour.
"By providing a welcoming working environment for people who come here from all over the world, employers are making a vital contribution to combating racial prejudice in wider society."
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