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Debatt i Lund: The challenge of migration - will it make us or break us?

Debate in Lund the Challenge of Migration
Debate in Lund the Challenge of Migration
Seminarium
Europe is currently facing an unprecedented wave of asylum seekers and migrants. At the present rate of daily arrivals, Sweden will be receiving the equivalent of Gothenburg per year, while Germany will be receiving the equivalent of greater Stockholm. Mass migration is rapidly changing the human landscape of Europe, straining the capacities of national welfare states and weakening the cohesion of the European Union. Some countries are opening their borders to the migrants, while others fence them off. Some people believe migration will make our societies, others believe it will break them.

This will be discussed in an upcoming Debate in Lund, where panelists will present and test the arguments of both positions. The debate will be live-streamed on Sydsvenskan, a Swedish news paper site. Follow the discussion on Twitter using #DebattiLund.

Panellists include:

Richard Swartz, author and commentator on European issues
Kaspar Colling Nielsen, author of ”The Danish Civil War 2018-2024”, a dystopian novel about the breakdown of Denmark.
Brigitte Suter, migration researcher at Malmö University
Gregor Noll, law professor at Lund University and expert on international refugee issues
Suzanne Brøgger, author and journalist

Moderator: Göran Rosenberg, author and journalist

Learn more via our Facebook event
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Tid: 
2015-11-19 20:00
Plats: 
Café Athen, AF-borgen
Kontakt: 
Ulrika.oredsson [at] kommunikation.lu.se

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Tid: 
2015-11-19 20:00
Plats: 
Café Athen, AF-borgen
Kontakt: 
Ulrika.oredsson [at] kommunikation.lu.se

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