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.
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Claire will discuss how nature conservation efforts need to respond to the global biodiversity loss emergency and the positive steps we all can take to make a difference.
16 June 2022
Famous explorers were often inspired by literature; none read more widely than Shackleton.
29 April 2022
Ensuring aid safely reaches the right place is a vital job. Henry will give us insight into the obstacles in supplying aid and the strategies used to overcome them.
12 January 2021
On this beautiful orb, we have reached the point in our collective journey where geographical knowledge is the best guarantor of our future. Nicholas Crane makes the case for the great age of geography.
4 March 2019
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