Sun 25 August, 12:30-14:00, The Scottish Parliament, £5/£3.50
The discussion will explore current immigration policy in the UK and Scotland and examine what kind of immigration Scotland might need in the future. Topics to be discussed will include the potential need for
- different approaches to immigration in Scotland and the UK;
- economic and social issues related to immigration; and
- what future policies might look like as regards asylum, human rights, skilled migrants, worker quotas, border controls and Scotland’s relationship with the EU and EU Member States.
John Wilkes, Chief Executive, Scottish Refugee Council
Professor Robert Wright, University of Strathclyde
Professor Alison Phipps, University of Glasgow
Craig Douglas, University of Strathclyde, PhD student
Aamer Anwar, Lawyer and Human Rights Campaigner
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