Perceptions and Realities of Migrants in Southern Italy

Migration has become a highly debated and fairly misunderstood topic in contemporary politics. While taking part in the European ARISE project (Analysing Refugee Inclusion in Southern Europe) in Southern Italy, I met Hamady, a migrant from Senegal. Whilst telling me about his own perspective on migration, he explained that if you have not ‘witnessed it’ you are unable to fully comprehend it. This is why he believes in the importance of recounting his own experience to sensitise the general public on the issue. ‘It is part of the integration process’, he says. 

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Reflections on the Sustainable Development Goals: Interview with Myles Wickstead

On 16 October, the Energy and Environment policy centre had the chance to interview Professor Myles Wickstead and ask him questions about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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