From May 17 to May 20, representatives of Beirut and Roma circles of MCAF participated to an event, organized by Agora Europe: the “3 days in Parma”.
This event, which included discussions and artistic performances, was an opportunity for the representatives to reiterate MCAF support to the Charta 2020, a Manifesto identifying 20 public goods.
In particular, the members of the MCAF circles of Beirut and Rome contributed to an Agora on migrations and transnational paths, highlighting the need to recognize, promote and disseminate, at the European and Mediterranean levels, the migration public goods, to preserve the solidarity networks reinforced by Agora Europe and to reinforce the participation of all citizens, affected by the crisis in the Mediterranean region, to the Agora Europe, to voice their vision of the future of Europe and the region.
Agora Europe is a permanent and itinerant agora to discuss the future of Europe and the potential of each country to reshape the European political space, co-founded by Caterina di Fazio, Nadia Urbinati and Étienne Balibar.
The Charta 2020 and Agora Europe are also an essential space, for MCAF and its circles, to continue their actions, supporting the the Euro-Mediterranean Movement and the Manifesto of solidarity with Persons in Exile, initiated by Amel Association International, and launched in Rome, in June 2018.