Religión y sociedad

Movimientos migratorios, integración y cohesión social

  • Sergio García Universidad Pública de Navarra - I-Communitas / Institute for Advanced Social Research
  • Leila Sant Massarrat Oficina de Asuntos Públicos, Comunidad Bahá'í de España

Resumo

Los movimientos migratorios, el flujo de refugiados, los mecanismos de integración y el fortalecimiento de la cohesión social en la sociedad de acogida son cuestiones que preocupan, en diferentes niveles, a la opinión pública. En este documento se pretende abordar, por un lado, las causas de estos fenómenos y, por el otro, el papel de la participación y del reconocimiento identitario en los procesos de integración y de fortalecimiento de la cohesión social. Por último, se explorarán algunas perspectivas que han emergido de los esfuerzos de la comunidad bahá’í por establecer un patrón de vida comunitaria que integre a personas de distintas procedencias.

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Publicado
2019-11-11