The issue of immigration is too often reduced to a political controversy or a litany of figures, obscuring the reality of individual lives: the lives of those who seek refuge, and the lives of those who help them. Philosophers Fabienne Brugère and Miguel de Beistegui, geographer Aija Lulle, activists Maddy Robinson (STAR) and Claire Pilidjian (MigrENS) reflect on the emotions created by migration among refugees and in host societies, to help fight generalisations and come closer to the everyday experience of displacement.
Thu 20 June 3pm (Session 1) & 4.30pm (Session 2)
in English | free but booking essential
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