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Mayor Herbert M. Bautista spoke at the 4th Global Mayoral Forum on Mobility, Migration and Development at the Berlin Rathaus (City Hall) in Berlin, Germany, June 26, 2017. He presented the Mayor’s perspective from the Asian continent.


The mayor also presented the highlights of the 3rd Global Mayoral Forum hosted by Quezon City last September 2016:
The signing of the Quezon City Commitment to Action was executed by all mayors and leaders present. This document contains commitments for local authorities on how to continue advancing the rights, protection, integration and empowerment of migrants through concrete actions and initiatives. This is to ensure that migration is experienced as a positive development phenomenon for all affected.


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The Informal Working Group, co-chaired by the Mayors of Quezon City and Legazpi City (in the Philippines), was established to focus on ASEAN migrant concerns.

The discussions and commitments at the 3rd Global Mayoral Forum addressed the need for guidelines for local authorities to adopt and respond to the needs of migrants and refugees during and after crises.

These guidelines form a living document, now referred to as the Local Migrants in Countries in Crisis or MICIC Guidelines for Cities. These are the details and updates which he looks forward to sharing during the forthcoming sessions of the 4th Global Mayoral Forum.
berlin4Outcomes of the 3rd Global Mayoral Forum resonated the very substantial role of local authorities. Beyond leadership, local authorities connect and bridge the national and local levels to focus on the positive experiences of migration, as the UNDP emphasized. Local governments are hubs to which all sectors of society are connected, according to CIFAL Philippines.

He further shared that Quezon City view, responders as social entrepreneurs – responsible for harnessing the development potential of migration and reaching out to the diaspora through every means available, including new technologies and partnership platforms, and building local capacities and infrastructure.


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The Mayoral Forum on Human Mobility, Migration and Development is the annual gathering of mayors and city leaders serving to promote globally relevant policy dialogue, foster the exchange of experiences in governing migration and displacement, and strategize on how to work collectively. It seeks to support new and innovative approaches to urban governance in contexts of greater diversity, and to showcase city leadership in the implementation of migration and displacement policies for inclusive growth. Indeed, in a global context of increasing human mobility, decentralization and urbanization, cities are at the forefront of responding to the needs of urban dwellers, including those of migrants and refugees.


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