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  • Link citizenship to residence versus nationality. Defend the full equality of rights of all people residing in Spain, regardless of whether their origin is Spanish, community or from third countries.
  • Demand compliance with international and regional agreements on Human Rights, especially the European Convention on Human Rights, which is mandatory for Spain.
  • To urge the Government to scrupulously comply with the treaties it has signed on asylum matters.
  • Promote the signing and ratification of international human rights instruments. Request that Spain include protocol number 12 of the European Convention on Human Rights, and that it sign and ratify the United Nations Convention on migrant and migrant workers and their families.
  • To denounce, as an associative movement, the violations and breaches of international human rights treaties towards the immigrant population, and specifically with regard to immigrant youth, paying special attention to young immigrant women who suffer some type of added discrimination, such as young lesbian immigrant women.
  • Guarantee immigrants, exiles or exiles and displaced or displaced all judicial remedies, including the appeal for amparo before the Constitutional Court.
  • To favor the constitution of international tribunals and organizations for the defense of human rights, which are respected and comply with their sentences by all countries.
  • Create, by the Spanish Administration, an anti-discrimination body according to the Anti-discrimination Directive based on race or ethnicity (43/2000 / EC).
  • Fight against the criminalization of immigration and, specifically, of immigrant youth, reviled by different means, which generates situations of crime and fear at the social level.
  • Betting on the necessary change in immigration policies in such a way that the stability of immigrants is guaranteed and their rights are protected.
  • To call on the competent authorities and the Congress of Deputies to make profound legal reforms, since the successive reforms that have taken place in the Aliens Law 4/2000 are a setback in the treatment of immigration in our country.
  • Inform, as an associative movement, of the consequences and implications of the successive modifications of the Immigration Law, as well as its regulatory development.
  • Favor, on the part of the public powers, transparency in all those formalities and procedures of the Public Administration and Justice, which may directly or indirectly affect the rights of individuals.
  • Support the adequate and transparent regulation of legal entry routes into Spain and fight, in collaboration with the countries of origin, against human trafficking networks and those who generally profit from the irregular transfer of foreigners.
  • Favor the reform of administrative procedures, by the competent authorities, to obtain the residence permit of foreign persons who are in Spanish territory.
  • Fight against exploitative labor situations, making a shadow economy visible, and thus guaranteeing minimum working conditions for all working people regardless of nationality. Similarly, promoting equality in working conditions: wages, hours, job security …
  • Support flexibility for obtaining and renewing work permits, allowing immigrants, exiles and exiles, refugees and refugees and displaced or displaced, to move more easily in different labor and territorial sectors and carry out their work activity with all legally established rights
  • Fight for the recognition of the rights of association, assembly, demonstration, unionization and strike of all people, since they are recognized by international treaties of obligatory compliance for Spain – such as the ILO Convention on freedom of association for this right-, but its exercise is restricted by the Immigration Law for foreigners in an irregular administrative situation.
  • Demand that the right of immigrants to be able to choose the job they want in the host country be guaranteed and not have to be restricted to certain sectors that are also related to the worst working conditions and situations of clandestinity and exploitation, situation that is much more serious in the case of young immigrant women, also demanding the adoption of measures that dignify and improve the working conditions of these sectors of activity for all workers.
  • Request that family reunification assumptions be maintained and expanded to respond to the new social realities and the withdrawal of Council Directive 2003/86 EC, on the right to family reunification, since it is excessively restrictive. Facilitate this process for all members of the family unit, including collaterals, regardless of their age – recognizing this right to descendants over 18 years of age – and of the sexual composition of the regrouping and regrouping or regrouped, and be flexible for the regrouping of especially vulnerable groups such as disabled people and including the assumptions of duly accredited domestic partners.
  • Improve the capacity for professional insertion of young immigrants, promoting the policy of positive discrimination since they have special difficulties to enter the labor market due to an unequal social and economic situation.
  • Promote the training of businessmen, businesswomen and male and female workers in the host country in order to promote the labor insertion of the immigrant population, breaking stereotypes and prejudices towards them.
  • Encourage the development of actions aimed at the immigrant population and, specifically, immigrant youth, to promote access to employment, knowledge of their rights as workers and full employment. Promote the organization of job search workshops, information on workers’ rights (social security, working hours …), job preparation courses, prevention of occupational risks and development of positive actions to the already the immigrant through, for example, aid and / or tax reductions to the businessman or businesswoman.
  • Demand the development, by the Administration, of social, welfare, legal and effective measures to end sexual exploitation and human trafficking. Fight against the sexual trafficking of people and the mafias that traffic with many young women, violating their rights and leading them to a situation of social exclusion and discrimination and demand that in the cases of labor exploitation, mechanisms of protection be established for victims that include their documentation.



  • Defend equal rights and opportunities in access to education, guaranteeing this right to young immigrants by making a specific curricular adaptation to their needs.
  • Guarantee compliance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child in all cases and especially in the reality of unaccompanied or accompanied minors, since they are the object of expulsion and repatriation without guaranteeing the minimum conditions of decent life .
  • Equalize, by the competent Administration, access to the different levels of training from the age of 16 to all young people of foreign origin regardless of their administrative immigration status.
  • Facilitate and expedite the validation and adaptation of the university degrees of young people who have studied in other countries, establishing mechanisms such as “bridging courses”, the reduction and streamlining of procedures, etc …
  • Request the Administration to grant the work permit with the student permit.
  • Urge the development of mechanisms that make it possible to continue studies from 16 years of age on unaccompanied or accompanied minors without the need for a work permit.
  • Promote knowledge and exchange of the different educational models (country of origin to country of destination) in order to promote the integration and adaptation of young immigrants to the educational system of the host country. Guarantee the figure of the mediator or mediator or tutor or tutor to favor this process, so that it is committed to a personalized education, especially in the case of young immigrants because of the difficulties involved, as in some cases it is the language itself, customs, culture … without ever having to give up your identity of the country of origin.
  • Urge the public powers to articulate mechanisms so that the basic right of access to maximum coverage of public health is a reality that all people can access.
  • To denounce the conditions of exploitation and abuse towards the immigrant population that occur when renting a home in some cases and that leads many people to live in subhuman conditions, with the consequent generation of ghettos and overcrowding. Also develop means by the Administration to alleviate these situations of social injustice.
  • Promote the associationism of immigrant youth, favoring the creation of associations and generating the necessary mechanisms for integration into existing associations.
  • Favor mechanisms for the participation of young immigrants without the processed documentation, in youth organizations.
  • Promote the creation of spaces of knowledge and exchange between immigrant youth and those of the host country, so as to enhance social participation and the construction of an intercultural society.
  • Raise awareness among the youth of the associative movement on the importance of intercultural education as a means of promoting the participation of immigrant youth.
  • Transfer a positive image of immigration, fight against prejudice. Spread the wealth that an intercultural society brings.
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