On May 4, CIDOB presented its new agenda for the Global Cities Programme in 2021 at the Barcelona City Council. This agenda includes innovative initiatives such as the CIDOB Dialogues on Global Cities, the Observatory of Urban Artificial Intelligence, and the cooperation in the launching of an urban action plan for the green and digital transitions that will be presented at the COP26 in Glasgow. In April, CIDOB kicked off three research projects – BRIDGES, Whole-COMM and JOINT – funded by the European Union (EU). Over the next three years, these projects will produce knowledge and policy recommendations on the production and impact of migration narratives in different European countries; the integration of migrants in rural areas; and the capacity of the EU to set an integrated foreign and security policy in a context of growing fragmentation.
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