Inclusion of migrants in cities (United Nations)

Innovative urban policies and practices

Cities are at the heart of the complex relationships between globalization, the global economy, international migration, and the social incorporation of newcomers to host countries. At the same time, the presence of migrants in cities challenges the links between people, local and national administrations.

The guide Inclusion of migrants in cities attempts to provide innovative urban solutions to encourage municipalities to facilitate a dialogue between the majority and the minority. Howard Duncan, Director of the International Metropolis project “Diversity” in the Ottawa states: the great diversity of cities will have to ask fundamental questions about how they want to involve immigrant or minority communities, in terms of the functions they want These communities will develop in civic life and in shaping the future of the city, and they will have to do so from a practical point of view, seeking ways to achieve prosperous, peaceful and attractive cities.

We have created a book and several brochures for the presentation of the report on the inclusion of migrants in cities. The design is based on the corporate image of the UN, and we have worked with abstract illustrations for each of the sections.

  • Inclusion of migrants in cities
  • Inclusion of migrants in cities
  • Inclusion of migrants in cities
  • Inclusion of migrants in cities
  • Inclusion of migrants in cities
  • Inclusion of migrants in cities
  • Inclusion of migrants in cities