Mediterranean City-to-City Migration (MC2CM)

IT  Il progetto, promosso dall’International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) in partnership con il United Cities and Local Governments Network (UCLG), il United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) e l’Alto Commissariato per i rifugiati (UNHCR), mira a contribuire a un miglioramento della governance dell’immigrazione a livello locale tramite l’istituzione di un network di città della riva sud e nord del Mediterraneo (Amman, Beirut, Lisbona, Lione, Madrid, Tangeri, Torino, Tunisi e Vienna). Il progetto è articolato in una ‘componente di ricerca’, orientata a fornire un quadro della situazione migratoria e delle relative politiche di integrazione nelle città interessate, una ‘componente di dialogo’ per lo scambio di esperienze e soluzioni di policy, e una ‘componente di intervento, mirata a produrre un toolkit di opzioni di policy per la governance a livello locale e avviare progetti pilota.

Tutti i materiali prodotti sono disponibili sul sito https://www.icmpd.org/our-work/migration-dialogues/mtm/city-to-city/


EN  The project, funded by the European Union, is implemented by a consortium led by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) in partnership with the United Cities and Local Governments Network (UCLG) and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) and with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) as associate partner. The project aims at contributing to improved migration governance at city level in a network of cities in Europe and in the Southern Mediterranean region (Amman, Beirut, Lisbon, Lyon, Madrid, Tangiers, Turin, Tunis and Vienna). Project activities are grouped in a dialogue component, which facilitates the exchange of experiences and policy options among the cities, a research component, which takes stock of the migration situation in the participating cities, and an action-oriented component, which produces a toolkit compiling policy options for migration governance at local level, and offers pilot projects in the Southern cities participating in the project.

All the research materials are available on http://www.icmpd.org/our-work/migration-dialogues/mtm/city-to-city/