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GLOBAL PROBLEMS, STUDIED IN A BOOK BY IPCM

The book Problemas globales, cinco siglos después de la Primera Vuelta al Mundo (Global problems, five centuries after the First Trip Around the World), has recently appeared, published thanks to the participation of the IPCM.

Problemas globales

Global problems, five centuries after the First Trip Around the World, analyzes, among other matters, the ten-year history of the IPCM and collects all its statements.

It is the result of the work carried out by scholars from various countries and various institutions: the Universitat Abat Oliba CEU (UAO CEU), in Barcelona; the International Platform for Cooperation and Migration (PICM / IPCM), based in Madrid; and the European Center for Workers' Affairs (EZA), with operational headquarters in Königswinter (Germany). It has been edited by professors Olga Lasaga and Javier Barraycoa, from the UAO CEU Labor Observatory.

The coordinator of the book, Rafael Rodríguez-Ponga, has pointed out that "we now collect texts prepared by specialists who have spent many years studying geopolitics, labor issues, immigration, cultural diversity, development and international relations. Thus, we have gathered studies and opinions from different disciplines, to have a rigorous approach on current global issues and, especially, migrations. "

This book also serves as a commemoration of the 500 years of the First Trip Around the World, of the expedition of Magellan and Elcano.

It has been published by CEU Ediciones. It can be purchased at https://www.ceuediciones.es/catalogo/books/right/global-problemas-cinco-siglos-despues-de-la-primera-vuelta-al-mundo-2/

The book includes texts in Spanish, English and Italian.

 

INDEX

The works are as follows:

Juan Corona: "Geopolítica y problemas globales en el V Centenario de la Primera Vuelta al Mundo".

Rafael Rodríguez-Ponga: "Inmigración, diversidad y convivencia social: el papel de la Plataforma Internacional de Cooperación y Migración (PICM)" & "Immigration, diversity and social coexistence: the role of the International Plartform for Cooperation and Migration (IPCM)".

Maria Reina Martin: "El papel de Portugal ante los retos de la inmigración". 

Maribel Alañón: "La aportación de la Fundación Humanismo y Democracia a las políticas de integración a traves de los CEPIS".

Piergiorgio Sciacqua: "Sfide future dell'IPCM".

Vittorino Rodaro: "Il lavoro dell'UNAIE nella regione di Trento".

José Ignacio Argote Veas-MurguíaEl papel de las organizaciones de trabajadores y las organizaciones sociales en la actual situación de Europa por José Ignacio Argote Vea-Murguía.

Alessandro Mini: "A perspective on migrations from the Catholic Social Thought".

Carmen Cortés & Jorge Martínez: "Aportación del Instituto CEU de Humanidades Ángel Ayala en Barcelona en materia de inmigración". 

Carmen Parra: "El papel de la Cátedra UNESCO paz, solidaridad y diálogo intercultural de la Universidad Abat Oliba CEU en un mundo globalizado". 

Olga Lasaga & Javier Barraycoa: "Diez años de Observatorio Laboral de la Universidad Abat Oliba CEU (2009-2019)".

Laura Amado, Marina Fernández, Marta Oporto, Roberta Villalón &  Myriam García: "Migración, Salud y Bienestar: Un estudio interdisciplinario de migrantes Latinomericanos en Cornellá, Barcelona (MISACOR)".

Clara Guilera: "Salud mental, inmigración y psiquiatría transcultural".

Marc Giménez: "Relación profesional y docente con el mundo de la extranjería".

Apéndice: Textos de la PICM.

Appendix: IPCM texts.

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