CONCLUSIONS OF THE EXPERTS:
“The challenge to find a model of balanced and sustainable immigration in Europe, where the local population isn’t afraid and immigrants´ fundamental rights are respected, requires the understanding of immigration as a natural human fact and furthermore, as a right. Immigration should not be a problem, on the contrary, it should be understood as an opportunity for everyone, that undoubtedly tolerates challenges”.
“Europe needs immigration and the European citizenry should come to terms with this reality”
Esteban Ibarra, president of the Movement Against Intolerance.
Henar Corbi, advisor on religious subjects for the Ministry of Justice.
Pedro G. Cavallero, director of International Projects for the National Council of La Raza, the most important American institution dedicated to the defence of civil rights of Hispanics and Latinos in the United States, with a seat in Washington. He is an analyst of international politics. He has a Masters Degree in Comparative Law.
Vicente De Mingo, expert in European institutions and civil society. He is the President of Institution of Services for the European Citizenry. He forms part of the European Security and Defence Observatory. He actively participates in multiple conferences and courses about the formation of Europe.
Alicia Kaufmann, doctor of Sociology from the