Migration and Inclusive Cities - UNHABITAT
Migration, especially forced migration, is one of the defining phenomena of the century. Millions of people have fled armed conflicts, persecutions, natural disasters, and/or economic hardships in recent years. Excluded from the urban advantages that they are seeking in cities, migrants, particularly the most vulnerable ones, are often stigmatized as a problem rather than recognized for their energy and potential contribution to urban life.
Reflection Paper - Towards a Sustainable Europe by 2030
Sustainable development is a complex issue, but a simple concept: it is about making sure that our economic growth allows us to maintain a model that produces fair outcomes for all of humanity; and about ensuring that humans don't consume more resources than the Earth has to offer. To do this we also need to gear all our science, our financing, taxation, and our governance towards the achievement of the SDGs.