Rome Ease – “From Blair to Brexit. Twenty Years of Immigration and Immigration Politics in the UK” is the title of the volume written by Nicolas Montana (Middlesex University London) that will be presented by Fondazione Ismu during a webinar scheduled for May 19, starting at 5:00 pm Evening on the Zoom platform.
The volume aims to document how migration flows, immigration policies and the debate on these issues have changed in the past 20 years in the United Kingdom: from the pro-European governments headed by Tony Blair to the election of Boris Johnson in 2019 and, consequently, to the complete separation from the European Union.
The goal, then, is to provide an overview of immigration and how it was managed in a country like the United Kingdom, which has gone from partial openness to the gradual closure of migration flows and multicultural politics.
Run by Nicola Passini – ISMU Foundation and University of Milan, they will discuss it with author Marta Regalia – ISMU Foundation and University of Milan, and Antonio Zotti – ISMU Foundation and Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan.
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