Migration policies can incentivise the circularity of talent to optimise its benefits for sustainable development.
The mobility of skills and talent drives the growth of economies and the generation of employment.
Migration can become a lever for shared prosperity, underpinning the growth and well-being of societies of origin and destination.
Journalist specialising in Human Rights
Garbiñe Biurrun Macisidor
President of the Anesvad Foundation and Magistrate
Vie Ngoko Zenguet
Vice-president of the Economic and Social Council of the Central African Republic
Vice-President of the College of Doctors and Pharmacists of the Central African Republic
Director of the Research Area at Fundación porCausa
Director of the Basque Agency for Development Cooperation
Fátima Djara De Almeida Sani
President of the Dunia Musso Association
Bilbao FormArte and UN Etxea, with the support of BBK Kuna, are organising this activity for the right of all people to participate in cultural life.
Register for the Global Compact event and find out how companies in the Basque Country are working on the SDGs.
MOTOR SKILLS GAMES
RECYCLING AND CREATIVE WORKSHOP
MOTOR SKILLS CIRCUIT
COOPERATIVE and theatre GAMES