Migration is one of the main economic, social, and political problem of the 21st century. For this reason, the 2030 Agenda considers the question of migration within some Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). All Countries have to adapt their activities to the new general framework of 2030 Agenda, that is to integrate the SDGs under the internal policies. It follows that all Countries will have to consider the relationship between migration and development in all their policies. In this context, EU shall set up its own integrated project, providing for: a serious reconsideration of the current cooperation policies; a not emergency management of migrant reception; a planned integration of migrants. In this framework, agriculture can play an important role both, as basis for a development process in the Countries of origin, and as an opportunity for socio-economic integration in host Countries. In this regard, it is important that the 2030 Agenda strategy is correctly integrated into agricultural policies, so it can drive agricultural development towards sustainability. The reform of the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP), currently underway, need to take into consideration some aspects that are of prime importance for the purpose of adapting to the new set 2030 Agenda goals of environmental, social and economic sustainability. The aim of this paper is to verify if the process of integration of the Agenda 2030 into European policies and, in particular, in the PAC, could be able to improve the capacity of agriculture to cope with the new challenges poses by the SDGs.

The process of integration of the agenda 2030 into european policies. The issue of migration and the role of agriculture / Calabrò, Grazia; Vieri, Simone. - In: CALITATEA-ACCES LA SUCCES. - ISSN 1582-2559. - 20:170(2019), pp. 118-122.

The process of integration of the agenda 2030 into european policies. The issue of migration and the role of agriculture

Vieri, Simone
2019

Abstract

Migration is one of the main economic, social, and political problem of the 21st century. For this reason, the 2030 Agenda considers the question of migration within some Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). All Countries have to adapt their activities to the new general framework of 2030 Agenda, that is to integrate the SDGs under the internal policies. It follows that all Countries will have to consider the relationship between migration and development in all their policies. In this context, EU shall set up its own integrated project, providing for: a serious reconsideration of the current cooperation policies; a not emergency management of migrant reception; a planned integration of migrants. In this framework, agriculture can play an important role both, as basis for a development process in the Countries of origin, and as an opportunity for socio-economic integration in host Countries. In this regard, it is important that the 2030 Agenda strategy is correctly integrated into agricultural policies, so it can drive agricultural development towards sustainability. The reform of the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP), currently underway, need to take into consideration some aspects that are of prime importance for the purpose of adapting to the new set 2030 Agenda goals of environmental, social and economic sustainability. The aim of this paper is to verify if the process of integration of the Agenda 2030 into European policies and, in particular, in the PAC, could be able to improve the capacity of agriculture to cope with the new challenges poses by the SDGs.
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