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Charter reporting sanahuja final

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Charter reporting sanahuja final

  1. 1. Findings from the Integrating Cities Report Ramon Sanahuja i Vélez, Barcelona Chair of EUROCITIES Working Group Migration & Integration
  2. 2. The Integrating Cities Charter
  3. 3. Integrating Cities Charter Launched in London 2010
  4. 4. 27 signatory cities + 12 languages: CAT, DE, DK, EN, ES, FR, FI, IT, LV, NL, NO, SE
  5. 5.  4 areas of city government responsibility:  Cities as policy-makers  Cities as service providers  Cities as employers  Cities as buyers of goods and services  11 commitments on diversity and non-discrimination  Commitment to report
  6. 6. April 2013
  7. 7.  Monitoring survey, 23 responding cities:  Self-assessment  Quantitative indicators
  8. 8. Local policy developments  comprehensive approach to migrant integration  priorities:  Anti-discrimination  Education  Language acquisition  external influencing factors:  Demographic change  Economic situation  National developments
  9. 9. Integrating cities indicators Outcome indicators (EU2020 headline indicators, European indicators on immigrant integration, Intercultural cities index)
  10. 10. How do cities see themselves with regards to Charter commitments?
  11. 11. Communicating commitment to equal opportunities for everyone living in the city Ensuring equal access and non-discrimination across all policies Facilitating engagement from migrants in policy-making and removing barriers to participation Cities as policy makers
  12. 12. Cities as service providers Supporting equal access to services for migrants Ensuring that migrant’s needs are understood and met by service providers
  13. 13. Cities as employers Reflecting the city’s diversity in the composition of the city’s workforce across all staffing levels Ensuring that all staff experience fair and equal treatment by managers and colleagues Ensuring that staff understand and respect diversity and equality issues
  14. 14. Cities as buyers of goods and services Applying principles of equality and diversity in procurement and tendering Promoting principles of equality and diversity among its contractors Promoting the development of a diverse supplier-base
  15. 15. Use of Integrating Cities Charter  inspire and assess policies and strategies  building capacity  branding and showcasing

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