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Feb

Madrid: International Seminar on "Post-2015 Agenda and Sustainable Development"

on Wednesday, 26 February 2014 11:29.

agp2015Last Tuesday, 25 February, the International Platform for Cooperation and Migration (IPCM) held the International Seminar on "Post-2015 Agenda and Sustainable Development" at Casa de América Madrid, assisted by the General Secretariat of International Cooperation for Development (SGCID) at the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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03
Jun

IPCM, CONCERNED ABOUT THE CRISIS, DEMANDS MORE MULTILINGUALISM

on Monday, 03 June 2013 08:49.

STATEMENT OF NAPLES

The Board of the INTERNATIONAL PLATFORM FOR COOPERATION AND MIGRATION (IPCM) wishes to express its commitment to continue working with social organizations for the welfare of people around the world. It will apply criteria and activities that promote human development.

Thus,

1. IPCM regrets that the current economic crisis is affecting so directly the lives of families in our countries.

2. It appeals to solidarity within the European Union, to find appropriate solutions for major economic figures and, above all, for the daily reality of people and families.

3. It is deeply concerned by the resurgence of xenophobic, totalitarian and undemocratic ideological approaches, that directly attack the model of coexistence in representative and parliamentary democracy.

4. It considers necessary to work in institutional strengthening as a key element for development, aware that the European institutions, as well as national, regional and local authorities in the EU, contribute to ensure the rights and freedoms of individuals.

5. It proposes to all academic authorities to promote actively multilingualism as language skills offer each person better prospects for educational, cultural and jobs development and help for better migration options and social integration.

In Naples (Italy), May 18, 2013.

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20
May

NAPLES: EUROPEAN AND MEDITERRANEAN SEMINAR

on Monday, 20 May 2013 08:11.

pres1International Platform for Cooperation and Migration (IPCM) has been a collaborator in the international seminar of European Studies which was held in Naples (Italy), 17 to May 19, 2013. The title has been "Europe and the Mediterranean, European integration between crisis, dialogue and identity challenges". Organized by EFAL, MCL and EZA, with the collaboration of the Fondazione Italiana Europa Popolare and the Union of Mediterranean Studies Centers (UCEM), has been supported by the European Union.

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13
Dec

Brussels: IPCM-EZA working meeting

on Thursday, 13 December 2012 10:20.

picmbruselasA meeting between IPCM and EZA was held in Brussels, at the premises of MCL (Movimento Cristiano Lavoratori). It took place on Dec 12. Mr. Rafael Rodríguez-Ponga, IPCM president; Mr. Bartho Pronk, EZA president; and Mr. Piergiorgio Sciaqua, EZA copresident and IPCM vicepresident, attended the meeting. 

They studied the way to strenghthen the links between both networks, with joint activities and seminars in order to give better opportunities to European social organizations.

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26
Nov

Milano: IPCM general assembly renewed the board of directors

on Monday, 26 November 2012 11:00.

milanphotoiOn Saturday Nov. 24th, the International Platform for Cooperation and Migration (IPCM) held its General Assembly, in Milano (Italy). At the meeting, Mr. Rafael Rodríguez-Ponga, IPCM President, and Mr. Piergiorgio Sciacqua, First Vice-President, explained the activities and projects carried out by the Platform during 2012.

IPCM decided, in an extraordinary Assembly, the renewal of those members of the Board of Directors, who were elected in 2009, for three more years. As Mr. Rodríguez-Ponga and Mr. Sciacqua were elected in 2011, they may continue in their positions until 2014.

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