Local and regional governments have a vital role to play in governing migration, since cities are the exit and entry points for migrants and the first respondents to their basic needs.
The Summit mobilizes communities and local authorities in African countries, financial institutions, civil society groups and development partners both at continental and international level.
Le projet, développé par l’association Africa e Mediterraneo en collaboration avec la coopérative sociale Lai-momo et avec la Ville de Bologne, s’est déroulé de septembre 2016 à septembre 2018 grâce au financement de Cities Alliance et au soutien de UCLG – United Cities and Local Governments.
The “Vienna Migration Conference” (VMC) is ICMPD’s annual flagship event for discussing the central issues in the field of migration, gathering political decision makers, government experts, academia, the media and civil society.
The two-day event was also the occasion to set out the main challenges and opportunities relating to communications at the local level, share good practices and extract key lessons to advance on the MC2CM project.
MC2CM's commitment to promoting a balanced discourse on migration aligns with ICMPD's regional objective for the Mediterranean in this area.
Few months ahead of its approval, where does the first negotiated intergovernmental agreement stand on covering all dimensions of international migration in a comprehensive manner? How does it, integrate and respond to the needs and expectations of Local and Regional Governments in terms of migr
“What you see in our “Maison de la Métropole” (house of the Metropolis) is a sketch of reinforced cooperation in the metropolitan area - what we call our new metropolitan solidarity outline”. This was the welcome statement of Pa