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23.08.2018 - UNESCO Montevideo Office

Launching: Guide The SDGs and Cities. International Human Mobility

In line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Handbook The SDGs and Cities. International Human Mobility provides an overview of the various strategies for the attention, reception and integration of migrants and refugees in the cities of Latin America and the Caribbean.

The handbook The SDGs and Cities. International Human Mobility is a support tool for local governments prepared by the International Centre for the Promotion of Human Rights (ICPHR-UNESCO) with the support of the UNESCO Regional Office for Science in Latin America and the Caribbean and with the collaboration of the Latin American and Caribbean Coalition of Cities against Racism, Discrimination and Xenophobia.

We wish this publication can reflect the dynamism and actuality of the challenges that international human mobility imposes on cities, allowing local governments to anticipate ways of action and future action scenarios.

The handbook includes a practical tool with 13 possible lines of action to be implemented by local governments for dealing with international human mobility from human rights perspective. It also focuses on social participation and the systematic production of information as a key factor.

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