Economic opportunities no longer stop at national borders; it is normal and desirable for people to move around to work, whether within the UK or internationally.
Too often controversy surrounding UK migration and what impacts migrants have on our economy and society is based on myth, fear and falsehood. We explore some of the issues and misconceptions around changing European workforce patterns.
Philippe le Grain, writer, journalist and economic consultant.
Sir Andrew Green, Migration Watch UK.
Khalid Koser, Geneva Centre for Security Policy.
Professor Laura Hammond presented findings of the Migrants on the margins research team to members of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office at a meeting at the Society last month.
5 July 2019
Miranda explores how powerful information about location can be used to build a system of smarter infrastructure to help the UK economy and society to thrive.
14 January 2019
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) has given Excellence Awards to the school pupils who achieved the highest marks nationally in the 2017 geography examinations.
15 May 2018
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