EUMedMi Manifesto for City Governance of Mediterranean Migration

23 December 2022
The EuroMedMig Office would like to announce the release of the Manifesto for a City Governance of Mediterranean Migration, which constitutes the Executive Summary of the main diagnoses, challenges, and recommendations collected from the EUMedMi International Symposium 2022: Mediterranean Cities and Migration Governance, held on October 21st, 2022, at Palau de Pedralbes, Barcelona. 
The document is a product of the collaboration between the Office team, the EuroMedMig directors, and the Scientific Committee. From the Office, we would like to express our utmost gratitude to all those who made the event and publication happen, including all the Symposium participants, and the supporting institutions: the European Institute for the Mediterranean (IEMed), the Catalan Ministry for Foreign Action and the European Union, Barcelona City Council, and Union for the Mediterranean. 
We hope 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. 

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