The scale of the contemporary ‘migration crisis’ is undeniable.
Specifically in Europe, the influx of refugees into the EU has even been labelled as ‘one of the biggest challenges ever to the Union.’ But what are the implications of population movements for receiving states? What can governments do address migrants’ needs and locals’ concerns? And what is the public attitude towards migration and refugees?
Professor Böhmelt addresses these questions presenting new findings from recent research.
Followed by a drinks reception in the Lakeside Theatre Cafe.