There is nothing new about foreign nationals arriving in Barcelona to develop their life plans. In the 20th century, the people arriving in the city mostly came from other parts of Spain. But from the 1980s onwards, a significant number of people from Latin America and Northern Africa started to arrive. It was in this context that the Care Service for Immigrants, Emigrants and Refugees (SAIER) was created in Barcelona, with the aim of welcoming and providing support for migrants, asylum seekers and refugees arriving in the city.
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Children are the future of the city, but also the present as they are full citizens. They must be protected from situations of vulnerability and exclusion, but they must also be empowered, their capacities must be developed, they must be given a voice, and they must be listened to. In Barcelona, we must continue to develop policies for and with children, ensuring equal opportunities and promoting their physical and emotional well-being.