Exploring the Impact of Inward Migration in the Foundation of Vibrant Economies

Description

1 Day Conference at Oxford University

Changing the Narrative of Migration Project

Our Changing the Narrative of Migration Joint Projects, hosted by the Green European Foundation have included, an investigation into the history of migration, how migration has always been a feature of humanity and always will be. We created our video about migration, and 2 Academic Proceedings volumes of papers and our book, Migration a social justice perspective. ISBN 9781907543210.

Contemporary Changes to the Labour Market

 

Hi Tech Solutions and the Value and Impact of Migration

 

Examples of Inward Migration and particularly vibrant Economies,  regions and and cities such as London, Oxford, Thames Valley, Oslo-Norway and Abuja, Nigeria cities such as London, Oxford, Thames Valley, Oslo-Norway and Abuja, Nigeria

 

Closing Panel and Discussion

Migration in future-Driving  factors arising. Impacts choices. Solutions pathways

 

Speakers invited include: David Williams,(Oxford City Oxford Excellence), Professor Marie Louise Seeberg (Migration and Refugee Expert),  Norway, Hans Kare Flo, Technical Union expert on the New Platform Economies, (Norway) Michelle Gale (UMMA Charity Chicago), Dr Enrico Tezza, Labour Economist (ILO)(Academia Italy) Dr Arturo Herman, Health and Well Being and Sustainability 2030 (Italy) Dr Lavinia Tezza, specialist Migration Lawyer, (Italy), Thames Valley Hi Tech Speakers, Professor Maria Madi, Professor of Economics and Finance, Hi Tech Economy Speaker. Danika Formosa, Malta. Carlotta Weber, The Green European Foundation.

Programme

10.00- to 11.00 Panel 1

 Introduction to the ‘Changing the Narrative of Migration’ Project

11.00-11.30 Coffee Break

11.30 -13.00 Panel 2

Contemporary Changes to the Labour Market

13.00-14.00  Lunch

14.00-15.00 Panel 3

Hi Tech solutions and the value and impact of migration

15.00-16.00 Panel 4

Examples of Inward Migration and particularly vibrant economies, regions and cities such as London, Oxford, Thames Valley, Oslo-Norway and Abuja, Nigeria

16.00-16.30 Tea Break

16.30-17.30 Closing Panel and Discussion

Migration in future-Driving  factors arising. Impacts choices. Solutions pathways.

 

Information 

Venue: St Hugh’s College, Oxford

Date:   Monday 18th June 2018 10.00-16.00

Please register to ensure your place

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