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Migration

A Europe of solidarity between local authorities

70 years after the adoption of the Geneva Convention on Refugees, European asylum and migration policy is at an impasse. Yet the cities and municipalities in Europe are very willing to take in refugees. At the end of June, mayors from various European cities and municipalities met in Palermo at the "From the Sea to the City" conference to look for solidarity-based solutions to the humanitarian...

"From the Sea to the City - A Conference of Cities for a Europe of Solidarity"

On 25 and 26 June, mayors from all over Europe will come together with civil society actors in Palermo for a conference of cities for a Europe of solidarity and propose solutions for the reception of refugees.

Save the date! Conference "From the Sea to the City"

We are happy to finally announce the date of our joint conference! The conference is organised by From the Sea to the City, a European civil society network in cooperation with the cities of Palermo and Potsdam.

Municipalities can do it! In favour of an initiative that combines integration and development in refugee policy

Cities and municipalities are not only key players when it comes to providing protection, integration and social cohesion, they are also centres for business and development. At the same time, they must find effective local solutions to the effects of transnational challenges and thus make an important contribution to solving global problems.
From the Sea to the City - Migration - Publication Announcement As part of the From the Sea to the City consortium, we are very pleased to publish our first joint publication with key recommendations and best practices in the field of European migration. The recommendations are addressed to EU representatives, mayors, representatives of municipalities and civil society.

New publication: Ideas and best practices for a human rights-based European migration policy

As part of the From the See to the City consortium, we are very pleased to publish our first joint publication with key recommendations and best practices in the field of European migration. The recommendations are aimed at EU representatives, mayors, local authority representatives and civil society.
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