Knowledge, Dialogue and Action: the three pillars of the Mediterranean City to City Migration (MC2CM) project

The Mediterranean City to City Migration (MC2CM) project aims to improve migration governance at local level within a network of cities in Europe and the Southern Mediterranean, with a strong focus on integration and inclusion, as well as on migrants' access to basic services with respect

Mediterranean City to City Migration: the network is up and running

As part of the Mediterranean City to City Migration (MC2CM) project UCLG partners have contributed to the establishment of a network of cities (north and south of the Mediterranean).

City to City Migration Profiles and Dialogue: a priority for UCLG's political agenda

Migration, voluntary or forced, is intensifying in the Mediterranean basin, inherently an area with a lot of traffic in terms of exchange and transit of people and goods.

Cities finally a protagonist in the global dialogue on migration issues

On 26 and 27 of October, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) organized a conference on Migrants and Cities in Geneva, in which mayors, ministers and senior officials came together for the first time in a global policy

Nosotras, las ciudades de Europa

Europa se juega estos días su credibilidad. No podemos permanecer impasibles mientras la muerte acecha diariamente nuestras playas


Taking in refugees is a humanitarian emergency: local governments are mobilizing to respond

The world is facing a serious humanitarian crisis, caused by the influx of hundreds of thousands of refugees from crisis areas in the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe.

Cities and regions: key actors for the management of migration and territorial cohesion

UCLG is a partner of the project "Mediterranean City-to-City Migration Profiles and Dialogue", launched and led by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), and

UCLG Communiqué on solidarity with those looking for a better life and the situation in the Mediterranean

In view of recent developments around the world, the World Organization of United Cities and Local Governments would like to express it solidarity with all those that are forced to leave their home seeking a better livelihood and a secure place for their families.


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