9pm – 10pm

Social historians and political philosophers are asked what impact migration and transnationalism have on European social and economic policy. What is the current position of transnational citizens, confronted with different models of multiculturalism and different responses to minority claims? Have recent circumstances changed reactions to gender, ethnic or religious difference and/or discrimination?

Speakers include Simon Glendinning (LSE), Nancy Green (EHESS) and Pap Ndiaye (Sciences Po). Chaired by Simon Hix (LSE).
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