- We act for moving from border-centred approaches to a people-centred and equality-driven vision of citizenship
LAMPEDUSA CHARTER for Dignified Human Mobility and Territorial Solidarity
Co-created over 2 years, by 300 LRGs, 20 CSOs and over 30 LRG Networks and UCLG Regional Sections, this charter was endorsed and adopted by the LRG constituency during the UCLG 2022 Congress in Daejeon, South Korea.
Towards the Lampedusa Charter – Community driven approaches to Human Mobility and Diversity
No es un asunto de fronteras, sino de humanidad
[SPANISH] Op-ed by UCLG Secretary General Emilia Saiz at El País on the Lampedusa Charter as a tool towards restoring dignity, social justice, solidarity in the governance of human mobility
We care for moving from border-centred approaches to a people-centred and equality-driven vision of citizenship and community
" class="cta cta-main txt-cta">Read more
International Migration Review Forum 2022 - Roundtable 3
Intervention by UCLG SG Emilia Saiz at the IMRF – minute 14:11
Not a Border Tale
#NotABorderTale, but a tale about people, neighbours | International Migrants Day 2022
UCLG an international community of migrants
#Ittakesacommunity | International Migrants Day 2021
At MC2CM, we are all migrants #Cities4Migration
Listen to @uclg_org, @ICMPD & @UNHABITAT staff explaining why we are all migrants and how someone experience migration
Mayors Mechanism Call to Local Action for Migrants and Refugees
Online tool co-created by Mayors Mechanism – a partnership between UCLG, Mayors Migration Council (MMC) and IOM – for LRGs to showcase and learning from peer concrete practices to localise the global GCM, GCR and 2030 Agendas in unison, open to all human mobility actors to seek inspiration and foster collaborations.
Online Course “Localizing the Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees: Territorial Action on Human Mobility”
Free online course for local and regional leaders, civic officers, practitioners, researchers, among other interested stakeholders, to learn about the role of local and regional governments in addressing migration and refugee protection and how their local actions contribute to global agendas.
Join our Community of Learners!
Peer Learning Note #28 - Local Citizenship and Migration
Key Lessons from the Mediterranean City-to-City Migration (MC2CM) Peer Learning on Inclusive Local Citizenship hosted virtually from 16 to 18 March 2021 by Grenoble, France, together with UCLG’s Committee on Social Inclusion, Participatory Democracy and Human Rights now available in English, Spanish and French.
Peer Learning Note #25: Urban Migration: Strengthening Cooperation with Civil Society
Key lessons from this Mediterranean City-to-City Migration (MC2CM) Peer Learning held in Sfax in June 2019, where local government, civil society and international institutions gathered to discuss the opportunities, challenges and possibilities for a better articulation amongst local actors around the topic of migration governance.
Peer Learning Note #20: Social Cohesion and Intercultural and Inter-religious Dialogue: The role of local authorities in public policies for the social inclusion of migrants
Key highlights and exchanges from the first peer learning by Mediterranean City-to-City Migration (MC2CM) project on the role of municipal administrations in social cohesion and intercultural and inter-religious
Outcome Report: Dialogue on Migrant Women in Cities
Key highlights and exchanges from this exploratory discussion in September 2020 that virtually gathered MC2CM and UCLG-CSIPDHR members and other local actors to discuss migrant women’s challenges in urban territories, as well as their interaction with local government policies on migrants’ protection and inclusion.
Promising Practices In The Provision Of Essential Services To Migrants
Read UCLG’s input into this practical framework developed by the UN Migration Network Working Group on Access to Services, co-led by WHO and UN-Habitat.