The Living Together project has caught the attention of Peace Boat: a Nobel Peace Prize nominated organisation committed to raising awareness of human rights, peace and sustainable development! I am thrilled to say that Peace Boat has invited me to deliver a series of lectures on topics closely related to the project as part of their 102nd global voyage. I will be joining a segment of the voyage between Montreal, Canada and Greenock, Scotland 17-29 October to discuss Brexit and migration to the UK/Scotland with over 1,000 international passengers on the ship. I am honoured, very excited and cannot wait to board the ship!
List of lectures:
- Free movement in the European Union: East-West migration
- Brexit (focus: UK society, EU citizens in the UK & British citizens in the EU)
- Distinctiveness of Scotland in the context of Brexit
- ‘Migrants matter to cities’: Polish migrants in the East End of Glasgow
I will also deliver a small workshop How EU migrants in the UK feel about Brexit? to explore stories of EU citizens in the UK/Scotland and the impacts of Brexit on their lives and futures.