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08
Jan

GLOBAL PROBLEMS, STUDIED IN A BOOK BY IPCM

on Friday, 08 January 2021 19:52.

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

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03
Feb

Porto: social organizations analyze the new European situation

on Monday, 03 February 2020 10:35.

Oporto1"We are facing a reverse historical process"

IPCM has promoted a European meeting in Porto, organized by FIDESTRA, attended by leaders of social entities from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Hungary and Poland.

In his speech, the IPCM president, Rafael Rodríguez-Ponga, pointed out that immigration is at the center of the social debate, to the point that the British Prime Minister yesterday pointed out this issue as a key point to justify the exit of the United Kingdom from the EU.

“We are facing a reverse historical process,” said Rafael Rodríguez-Ponga, who is also rector of the Universitat Abat Oliba CEU of Barcelona. He explained that, for decades, the EU has been expanding and that we have been working for many years to strengthen the common immigration and refuge policy, to give joint responses to such broad challenges. Brexit opens a stage of new complexity.

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10
Jul

Barcelona: IPCM commemorates its tenth anniversary with a seminar on the role of social organizations and global problems

on Wednesday, 10 July 2019 10:04.

bcn2On July 8 and 9, 2019, the Universitat Abat Oliba CEU of Barcelona hosted the international seminar "Global problems, five centuries after the first round to the world" (see program) It was organized by the International Platform for Cooperation and Migration and UOA-CEU, with the support of EZA and the European Union.

The seminar contributed to the debate on the role of workers' organizations and social organizations in present-day Europe, the analysis of European policies on immigration, the rights of migrants as well as the new challenges for socio-labor integration. All this from within a framework of study based on a global scope of problems, five centuries after the first round to the world.

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