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Release of the EUMedMi Manifesto for a City Governance of Mediterranean Migration




The EuroMedMig Research Network on Migration has released a Manifesto for Mediterranean Cities and Migration Governance synthesizing the main diagnoses, challenges, and recommendations identified in the EUMedMi International Symposium held on October 21st, 2022, at Palau de Pedralbes, Barcelona. The document has been prepared by the EuroMedMig Office Coordination Unit, the EUMedMi project director and co-director, with inputs from the EuroMedMig Scientific Committee. EuroMedMig would like to express its gratitude to all of them as well as the collaborating institutions that made the event and the subsequent publication possible: the European Institute for the Mediterranean (IEMed), the Catalan Ministry for Foreign Action and European Union, Barcelona City Council, and Union for the Mediterranean.

The Manifesto wants to be a framework for progress in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda from a  human-centered perspective and the cornerstone of future cooperation between its contributors and other Mediterranean networks. Furthermore, EuroMedMig hopes that this Manifesto is just the cornerstone of future dialogue and cooperation between the contributors to reimagine and implement a renovated research and policy agenda for Mediterranean migration governance that puts Mediterranean cities at the heart of the debate and decision-making. 



SDG - Sustainable Development Goals:

Els ODS a la UPF