Cities from all over the world, gathered around the Mayors Mechanism (steered by UCLG, IOM and MMC), claimed their space in global migration governance and advocated for strengthening multi-level and multi-stakeholde
Cities are on the frontline to fight the battle against COVID-19, and many of them are making a significant effort to do it in an inclusive way. Providing care to all citizens, especially to the most vulnerable, is what is at stake today.
The live learning session on Digital Technologies highlighted the role of new technologies during the pandemic and beyond.
Following Grenoble's official adhesion to the MC2CM project, UCLG visited the city to jointly explore avenues for local action in the implementation of inclusive policies, city-to-city cooperation and international advocacy.
Building synergies, creating bridges and sharing resources- these are the objectives for cooperation efforts in the inclusion of migrants and refugees.
This UCLG MEWA Congress is an opportunity to share experiences and ideas in sessions where the focus will be on a variety of topics such as the challenges and opportunities for big data and open data for local governments or the role of local governments in managing migration.