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08
Dec

MALTA: INFORMAL MEETING TO MONITOR EVENTS AND PROJECTS FOR NEXT YEAR

on Tuesday, 08 December 2015 09:56.

malta1501Within the framework of the General Assembly and Seminar to present the events for 2016 organised by the European Centre for Workers' Questions (EZA), held from 3 to 5 December in Malta, some of the IPCM Board members held an informal meeting to review the programme of events and joint projects for next year.

malta1504During the seminar Piergiorgio Sciacqua, Co-President of EZA, briefed EZA members on the various different events organised by the Platform, and awarded Chindasvinto Moreno with a plaque in recognition of his long service to the IPCM.

*Pictured (left to right): Maribel Alañón, CEO of H & D (Humanism and Democracy); Piergiorgio Sciacqua and Chindasvinto Moreno.

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16
Nov

MADRID: EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT DAY. REDUCING INEQUALITY IN THE NEW GLOBAL CONTEXT

on Monday, 16 November 2015 12:01.

picm11201500On Friday, 13 November, the International Platform for Cooperation and Migration (IPCM) organised a meeting on Equity-based Development: Reducing inequalities in the new global context at the Representation of the European Commission in Spain (Madrid). With this conference, and the support of the General Secretary for International Development Cooperation (SGCID in its Spanish acronym), the PICM wished to promote greater awareness among the general public of equity-based development from different perspectives, and its handling within the Sustainable Development Goals defined on the new 2030 Agenda, which aims to eradicate poverty in all its forms and dimensions by addressing the inequalities within and between countries.

 

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26
Oct

MADRID: INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR "INCLUSIVE STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE EMPLOYMENT"

on Monday, 26 October 2015 09:30.

eza15111The International Seminar "Strategies to promote inclusive employment" (see programme), organised by the Humanism and Democracy Foundation, the founding member of the International Platform for Cooperation and Migration (IPCM), was held from 16 to 18 October this year in Madrid. This seminar takes place within the framework of the Social Dialogue Project designed by the European Centre for Workers' Questions (EZA), financed by the European Union and with the collaboration of the IPCM.

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19
Oct

THE IPCM CELEBRATES THE ADOPTION OF THE 2030 AGENDA AND THE S.D.Gs

on Monday, 19 October 2015 09:20.

The International Platform for Cooperation and Migration (IPCM) has warmly welcomed the adoption of the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the World Summit held in New York in recent days at the United Nations.

The IPCM believes that the Agenda 2030 and the SDGs will contribute decisively to the commitment of all governments and social partners to eradicate poverty and achieve greater prosperity worldwide.

On 17 March this year the IPCM held a seminar on the Post 2015 Agenda and the SDGs; and is organising another seminar to be held in Madrid on 13 November.

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19
Oct

IPCM VALUES THE NEW SPANISH NATIONALITY LAWS

on Monday, 19 October 2015 07:29.

The International Platform for Cooperation and Migration (IPCM) warmly welcomes the two new Spanish laws on obtaining citizenship: one for the descendants of Sephardic Jews expelled in 1492, and another for foreigners resident in Spain.

In both cases, the procedure clarifies and unifies the criteria for demonstrating knowledge of Spanish language and constitutional and socio-cultural knowledge on Spain. This is done through two tests designed by the Cervantes Institute (www.nacionalidad.cervantes.es).

The IPCM welcomes this effort to integrate foreigners socially and politically by means of simple objective and identical tests for all applicants. The IPCM congratulates the Spanish authorities and, in particular, the Cervantes Institute.

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