Participez à notre événement d'apprentissage par les pairs sur les actions des gouvernements locaux et régionaux (GLR) en matière de migration et de déplacement dans des contextes de crise, du 11 au 13 avril, organisé par CGLU dans le cadre du Mécanisme des Maires (MM), en collaboration avec le Conseil des Maires pour la Migration (CMM) et l'Organisation Internationale pour les Migrations (OIM).
Amidst alarming rises in figures of disappearances and deaths of people on the move, spurred by the COVID pandemic, armed conflicts, worsening climatic conditions and the exhaustion of resources in many parts of the world, LRG remain the closest sphere of government to address the needs of all communities in all circumstances.
Through dialogue and knowledge transfer among peers, this learning event seeks to expand the tools available at the local level to address migration and displacement emergencies effectively and sustainably. By addressing the realities, initiatives and challenges of local and regional governments to preserve the life and dignity of all people unconditionally, focus on territories that endure and respond to the impacts of humanitarian emergencies with a view to leverage bottom-up responses and community-led approaches to uphold human rights in all circumstances.
This dialogue emerges as a contribution by the Mayors Mechanism to the UCLG Municipal Peace Talks and its outputs will feed into the messages that our constituency will bring to the International Migration Review Forum from May 16-20.
This Peer Learning event will gather MM members, international partners and other local actors to discuss and identify the realities, initiatives and challenges of local and regional governments to preserve the life and dignity of all people unconditionally, with a focus on territories enduring humanitarian emergencies with a view to leverage bottom-up responses and community led approaches to uphold human rights in all circumstances.