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Migration. Hosting. Inclusion. Co-development. The role of the Med-African Diasporas. Elements of national and local policies. Year III
14 March 2019 / 15:00 - 18:30
Migration. Hosting. Inclusion. Co-development. The role of the Med-African Diasporas.
Elements of national and local policies. Year III
March 14, 2019. Camera dei Deputati, Rome
Auletta dei Gruppi Parlamentari, Via di Campo Marzio 78
The role of the Med-African Diasporas in Italy is essential to facilitate the inclusion of newcomers and against possible jihadist or terrorist drifts, not only to promote co-development projects in the countries of origin. The conference is aimed at giving voice first of all to these diasporic organizations, their requests and their concrete experiences on the ground, to which the representatives of national and local institutions are called to respond. The Conference also aims to create dialogue between the various national and local institutions, whose initiatives are sometimes proceeding in parallel.
The conference is proposed as complementary to the recent Diasporore Summit, held in Milan in December 2018, which was centered on the issues of Co-Development, while this initiative is focused on migrants’ inclusion policies in the medium term.
The Initiative is promoted by the Italian Center for Peace in the Middle East (CIPMO) in partnership with the Rivista and Centro Studi Confronti, with the collaboration of the IDOS Study and Research Center, of the Center of African Studies (CSA) , of the Center for International Political Studies (CeSPI).
It is supported by Unità di Analisi, Programmazione e Documentazione Storico Diplomatica of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Janiki Cingoli, President of the Italian Center for Peace in the Middle East (CIPMO)
Claudio Paravati, Director of the Rivista and Centro Studi Confronti
Emanuela C. Del Re, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
An overview of the situation:
Antonio Ricci, IDOS Vice President of Studies and Research Center
Panel I: The voice of the Med-African Diasporas
Introduces and moderates:
Cleophas Adrien Dioma, Coordinator of the “Migration and Development” Working Group of the National Council for Development Cooperation
Marie Thérèse Mukamitsindo, President of the Integrated Social Cooperative A.R.L. Karibu di Latina, winner of the Moneygram Awards 2018
Ouejdane Mejri, President of the Pontes – Mediterraneo Association, lecturer at the University of Roma Tre and at the Polytechnic of Milan
Diye Ndiaye, Councilor for Education and International Cooperation of the Municipality of Scandicci, President of the Association of Senegalese in Florence and President of Fasi – Federation of Senegalese Associations in Italy (tbc)
Berthin Nzonza, Responsible Mosaico Staff Actions for refugees
Marwa Mahmoud, Head of Intercultural Education at the Mondinsieme Intercultural Center of Reggio Emilia
Ada Ugo Abara, member of the CoNNGI – National New Generations Italian Coordination, responsible for the African Summer School of Padua and the Arising Africans association
Panel II: The response of the institutions
Introduces and moderates:
Rando Devole, Sociologist, migration expert
Lorenzo Fioramonti, Deputy Minister of Education, University and Research TBD
Nicola Molteni, Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of the Interior (tbc)
Tatiana Esposito, Director General of Immigration and Integration Policies of the Ministry of Labor and Social Policies
Leonardo Carmenati, Deputy Director of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS)
Daniela Di Capua, Director of the Central Service SPRAR / SIPROIMI
Carlos Talamas, Head of the International Office of Formaper – Chamber of Commerce Milano Monza Brianza Lodi
Armando Barucco, Head Unit of Analysis, Programming and Diplomatic Historical Documentation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation