"Migrazione e cooperazione internazionale: la dinamica fraterna del co-sviluppo. Un’esperienza in Friuli Venezia Giulia"
In Nuova Umanità XXXVI, 211
Abstract: The article proposes analyzing the transnational dynamic of co-development in the light of the principle of fraternity. Co-development is described as a strategy of cooperation involving migrants as protagonist agents in international cooperative projects which produce positive effects on them, on their country of origin, and on the country destined for their action. This last aspect is brought into particular relief as in how co-development brings a collaboration that is equal between migrants and autochtons, influencing, in this manner, the process of local integration. The case of the ‘Table of Migrants and Cooperation’ of Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy) shows how the dynamic of co-development represents a concrete application of the principle of fraternity and also shows how this opens new possibilities for an authentic pursuance of objectives of international cooperation.